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The International High School at Prospect Heights works closely with various organizations that help our students succeed. Click on the links below to find out more, or contact Kirstii Pantin, Special Programs Coordinator.

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Partnership Profiles:
Global Potential provides urban youth from low-income communities with the skills and perspective that enable them to effect positive change in their lives, communities, and the global community.

At International high schools, a badge of prestige replaces the “stigma” of immigrant status for students, families, and faculty.An evolving, innovative academic program combined with a holistic approach to education is key to the Internationals’ core philosophy.

PENCIL builds and supports customized relationships between business leaders and principals to inspire innovation and transform public schools.

Arup’s work in the built environment leaves a significant legacy to subsequent generations. This power, to design and influence the built environment, carries with it a responsibility to do the best possible job for current and future generations.

 “Feeling Good in Your Neighborhood” is a community outreach program offering school-based primary health care services to underserved and recent immigrant adolescents.

The Kress Vision Program was created in 1988 to fill a perceived need in the community. It provides no charge, detection eye/vision screening and care directly to members of the community's underprivileged population.

The Opportunity Network seeks to equal the playing field for high-achieving, underserved high school and college students by creating access for them to career opportunities, professional networks and college.

The Center for Arts Education is committed to stimulating and sustaining quality arts education as an essential part of every child’s K-12 education in the New York City public schools.

The mission of French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) is to promote and enhance the knowledge and appreciation of French and Francophone culture, to increase the knowledge of the French language, and to encourage interaction among French, Francophone and American people.

The goal for Sauti Yetu Center for African Women (SYCAW) is to empower women to utilize the socio-cultural, structural and institutional mechanisms of civil society to advocate for, exercise and protect their rights.

The Chinese-American Planning Council Brooklyn Branch office aims to serve the rapidly increasing Chinese Immigrant population in the borough of Brooklyn, especially in the Sunset Park and Bay Ridge area.

There is no higher honor that anyone can achieve in life than that which a community bestows on one of its own. Brooklynites have given me your respect and your trust, and there is nothing more important to me.  ---Brooklyn Borough President, Marty Markowitz
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