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    235 Grand Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302
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    70 Christopher Columbus Drive, Jersey City, NJ 07302
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    42-12 28Th Street, Long Island City, NY 11101
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    95 Linden Blvd, Brooklyn, NY 11226
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    9 REGENT STREET, JERSEY CITY, NJ 07302
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    27-03 42Nd Road, Long Island City, NY 11101
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    37 West 21St Street, New York, NY 10010
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    50 REGENT STREET, JERSEY CITY, NJ 07302
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    1153-1159 President Street, Brooklyn, NY 11225
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    18 Park Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07302
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    100 C. Columbus Drive, Jersey City, NJ 07302
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    981 Management Company, LLC
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    115 Morris Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302
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    (833) 530-1784
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    805 St. Marks Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11213
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    (917) 972-0404
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    675 Monmouth Street, Jersey City, NJ 07310
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    BNE Real Estate Group
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    (201) 798-6750
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    120 York St., Jersey City, NJ 07302
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    (844) 715-0365
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    160 W 22Nd St, New York, NY 10011
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    504 East 12Th Street, New York, NY 10009
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    619 Adams Street, Hoboken, NJ 07030
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    JDA Management
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    (201) 988-9150
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    63 Wall Street, New York, NY 10005
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    340 Third Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302
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    (201) 761-0350
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    425 Washington Boulevard, Jersey City, NJ 07310
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    (855) 736-8223
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    142-144 STEUBEN STREET, JERSEY CITY, NJ 07302
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    Grand Street Property Management, LLC
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    (201) 963-1222

Brooklyn Technical High School Overview

29 Fort Greene Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217 , Tel: +1 (718) 804-6400 Nyc Geog District #13 - Brooklyn
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    Type: Public High School
    Grades: 9-12
  • 5534

    Students

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Brooklyn Technical High School Ratings & Reviews

October 20, 2015 Submitted by a parent
This is my seventh year as a Brooklyn Tech parent (2 kids). I gave 5 stars but really wanted 4 1/2—very good, not great. To the parent who says that staff don't want to be there, maybe that's true for some, but not for the majority of teachers, imo. As for the sexual predator, unfortunately they're everywhere, even at ritzy private schools that cost over 30k/yr, and the best defense would seem to be good communication with our children. My kids have had some excellent and inspiring teachers, many very good ones, and only a couple of bad experiences. The course options are terrific, with the opportunity to advance to higher level and AP classes in every subject, and the history, English, and language classes are very strong. The sports offerings range from all the usual to golf, bowling and fencing. The students are a nice, enthusiastic, often geeky. You'll see them working on robots, architectural models, debating in the courtroom, analyzing a crime scene, or fund-raising for their club or charity. The day is jam packed, with no art or electives to break up the academics in the 9th & 10th grades (except music for good musicians). It's hard, but not outrageously so—my kids never worked past midnight, and anything over 3 hours an evening is bad planning or too many screens. The major system, which I didn't buy into at first, is great, and groups kids of similar interests in exciting classes. My only problems with the school are a few unbending rules and ridiculous policies. Some say it looks like a prison, and often it feels that it's run like one. It's almost impossible for a student to get a schedule changed, but the administration will change it on students without even telling them. Nobody gets to go out for lunch, not even seniors, and the kids are often treated with distrust as though they are potential delinquents, rather than with the consideration and maturity that's expected of them. Oh, and PE is factored in as a number grade in the GPA, but science lab is pass/fail—go figure. AP LOTE is so hard that most kids drop language rather than do it. However, overall, as a free NYC public school, it's an amazing education, and the sheer size and diversity is an education in itself. For potential students—be very careful with doing regents or proficiency exams in 8th grade, because that bumps you up to a much harder class, or to an AP in junior year.
June 03, 2015 Submitted by a community member
I am a Brooklyn Tech Alumnus, class of 1965. Tech was the best experience of my life. The best instructors, equipment, labs, ....nothing spared...the jewel of the education experience for New York City. What many do not realize is that Brooklyn Tech is structured like some of the best Engineering Universities. in fact many of the instructors come in from industry and former university staff positions. The first two years at Tech, without a doubt, is the equivalent of the first two years of any Technical College. When I graduated, I went to Worcester Poly Tech, and was surprised to find the Slurzberg and Osterheld, Fundamentals of Radio -Electronics Text being used at Worcester PolyTech for freshman and Sophomore courses. To all parents and students, expect Tech to be very difficult. It always has been. I worked a 12 hour day between classes and homework when I attend, ...and ended with a B+ average. Students... don't complain about the workload,. You will be glad for how it prepares you for college later. When you get to college, it will seem like high school and you will be ahead of everyone else....trust me. Parents...don't expect the D.O.E to lower the Tech standards to meet the ability of your son or daughter. If he or she cannot keep up, then perhaps he or she should not be there. Tech is a very special school for students with above average I.Q.s, creativity, aspirations, and potential. Good Luck!Regards, R.S. Ranta, class of '65.
May 31, 2015 Submitted by a student
When I first started at Tech, I was a nervous-wreck. I was a fairly shy person and an introvert. I was scared to talk in front of the class and hated being called out in class. But as time passes, I've been noticing a drastic change in my personality and behavior. I became more open, I speak up when things are unreasonable, I started laughing a lot more, and I made lots of new friends. Tech is a very big place. Most students here aren't shy and most teachers are fairly decent. The only thing that sucks is the space. Lunch lines can take a long time, stairs are always crowded after every bell, lockers are located only in classrooms, and the elevators can get very cramped. But those are considered minor problems. Tech provides you with loads of opportunities and provide you with the latest news everyday. Unless you don't check your emails everyday, you'll always know what's going on at school. Lastly, I'll have to note that this school can get very competitive. I can ensure you that no matter how hard you're trying, there's always going to be someone who is aiming for the same goal as you. So be prepared to give it your all whether you're on a sports team, class, or extracurricular. It's important to stand out among the students in your grade.
October 19, 2014 Submitted by a student
This is one of the best schools I've ever been to.The teachers are great and the students here make great friends. Academically, this school is at a great level.
January 06, 2014 Submitted by a parent
Tech is a school for kids who are outgoing, inquisitive, and confident. (Brains, of course, are a prerequisite.) My daughter came to Tech after 10 years an elite private school. She loved her old school, but was ready was ready to jump into the deep end and meet kids from different backgrounds. My daughter has successfully learned to navigate a completely new landscape of challenges in just one semester. She has many friends-both locally and across the city. The key for her, as it is for many at Tech, is to find your niche (in her case a team, but it can be a club, student government, the play, etc.) and then your chance to meet new kids expands exponentially. Another key to success is for the parent and student to be fearless advocates: Nobody reached out to us in the summer regarding music options, but I determined who headed the Jazz Band at Tech, reached out to him, and made sure he and my daughter conversed in August so that she would be placed in Jazz Band on day 1. This year the Parent-Teacher Association has spearheaded greater outreach and fund-raising, and the trajectory of the school is surely on the rise. My daughter's 1st choice - and a happy one for our family.
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