School Profile

New York City
School District
Bronx CSD 10
Grade Span
9-12 for 2019-20 / 9-12 at End of Charter Term
566 for 2019-20 / 566 at End of Charter Term

Locations & Contacts

New Visions Charter High School for Advanced Math and Science
Grade Span: 9-12
99 Terrance View Avenue
2nd Floor
Bronx, NY 10463
Contact: Robert Hiller, Principal
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Accountability Plan Progress Report 09/17/2018View
Accountability Plan Progress Report 09/15/2016View
Accountability Plan Progress Report 09/15/2015View
Accountability Plan Progress Report 09/15/2014View
Annual Report 08/01/2017View
Annual Report 08/01/2016View
Annual Report 08/03/2015View
Annual Report 08/01/2014View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2019View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2018View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2017View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2016View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2015View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2014View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2013View
Audited Financial Statements 06/30/2012View
Renewal Report 04/13/2016View
Renewal Resolution 04/13/2016View
School Evaluation Report 04/20/2015View

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New Visions Charter High School for Advanced Math and Science (AMS) is part of the New Visions Charter High Schools’ (NVCHS) network. NVCHS is a network of secondary schools dedicated to supporting all students in meeting the highest academic standards. We shift classroom dynamics from one where students receive information to one where students find solutions to community-defined problems by using their imagination coupled with a mastery of content and skills. We challenge our students to present and defend their learning as part of preparing and supporting them to graduate ready for college, careers and a 21st century economy. Teaching and learning in AMS, as in all New Visions Charter High Schools, is built upon the Lincoln Center Education Capacities for Imaginative Thinking, informed by challenge-based curricula that are aligned to the Common Core standards, applied to improving local communities and driven by student performance data.