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Park Slope Collegiate (PSC) (K464) is a 6-12th grade secondary school located in Park Slope, Brooklyn. The PSC experience is built upon the vision of a truly integrated school—racially, ethnically, economically, and academically—that leads toward developing a just and equal society.

Visit the School

Under Safety Measures

ADDRESS

237 7th Ave

(between 4th and 5th Streets) 

Brooklyn, NY 11215

E-MAIL US

CALL OUR MAIN OFFICE

(718) 832-4305

SUBWAY DIRECTIONS

F or G trains to the 7th Avenue stop

B or Q trains to the 7th Avenue stop

R train to the 4th Ave and 9th Street stop

2 or 3 train to Grand Army Plaza

BUS DIRECTIONS

The B67 and B69 bus line run along 7th Avenue.

Important Information and Contacts

Steffen Nelson, our Parent Coordinator is happy to help you with any questions and can be reached at (718) 832-4362 and snelson20@schools.nyc.gov

Administration​

 

Attendance 

You will receive an automated phone call to your primary phone number every day your child is absent from the first period. You will receive a follow-up call in the evening if your child arrives after the first period. For excused absences, please send a written note or email to Luis Caban lcaban6@schools.nyc.gov. Mr. Caban and the main office can be reached by phone at (718) 832-4305.

Guidance Counselors

We have 3 guidance counselors available to students and families.

Medication

Any medication that students take during the school day requires completion of a Medication Administration Form which is available from the main office.

 

PTA and PSC Pulse

You can access the school calendar and sign up for our newsletter the PSC Pulse by visiting our website at www.parkslopecollegiate.org. To contact the PTA directly email at parkslopecollegiatepta@gmail.com.

 

Special Education

Approximately 20% of our students have IEPs and many of our classes have two teachers. Counseling is provided by PSC counselors and other related services are provided by our building’s School Based Support Team. Melissa Moskowitz, our Assistant Principal of Special Education, can be reached at mmoskowitz6@schools.nyc.gov or (718) 832-4305.

 

Transportation

All students who live beyond a certain distance will receive a MetroCard on the first day of school. Students must report lost MetroCards to Mr. Caban in the main office. Replacement takes at least one day depending on availability. 

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