Impressive School. I have visited this school for an open house session and was totally impressed.
Urban Assembly School for Law and Justice is a public high school in New York. The principal of Urban Assembly School for Law and Justice is MS. SHANNON CURRAN, who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. 449 students attend Urban Assembly School for Law and Justice and identify as Black, non-Hispanic; Hispanic; and Asian/Pacific Islander. 1% of the Urban Assembly School for Law and Justice students are "limited in English proficiency." 74% of the 449 students here get reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Urban Assembly School for Law and Justice is 17:1. Urban Assembly Institute of Math and Science for Young Women is one of the nearest high schools.
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Of all the schools that my daughter attended in the past 8 years this is the best by far. The teachers and staff of the Urban Assemble School for Law and Justice makes every effort to keep parents highly informed about the children's progress. The advisors pay strict attention to the students and report when necessary to parents. They work with each child to ensure that they get the help that they need. After my daughter's first sememter I am happy to report that she is very excited about this school. Before she started this school she complained about every thing. Now she looks forward to attending school every day. She has already made the honor roll. Thums Up
Teacchers act professionally with students Students get the help they need to be successful. Teachers informed you when children miss or incompleted their work As a single parent it works for me it help my child to be in in line.
Excellent program and very professional staff.
this school is great so much to learn. every time u leave this building you cant wait to wake up back and return this is no ordinary school. like all schools teachers and students has there ups and down but we as students realize they only do the things the do to help us. so many things to say about this school. well am gonna be a jr this year and i cant wait we are moving to a new building almost down the block on adams street and i cant wait to see what this school got in store for us i love this school and honestly i would neveer want to leave.
This is a great small school. My daughter is a freshman (Fall 2006) and on her 1st progress reports she got pretty good grades! She was an average student in middle school but she is really excelling in high school. I attribute it to the small classes personalize attention & great after school activities.
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