Please be advised that final exams for this school year will take place according to the following schedule:

Science – May 30 and 31

Art – June 3

English – June 3 and 4

Music – June 4

Social Studies – June 5 and 7 

(No students June 6)

Math – June 7

Foreign Languages – June 10


Established in 1982, Manhattan Center for Science and Math is a four-year high school that provides students 
  with a curriculum which emphasizes science and
  mathematics.  As a screening school, admission is by
  application; however, Manhattan Center is not one of
  the nine specialized science high schools that require
  an entrance exam.

The curriculum includes advanced placement (AP) courses, special programs, advanced science research and internship opportunities. There are a wide range of extra-curricular activities, student clubs and a full array of sports.


Manhattan Center partners with institutions of higher education, such as New York University, Columbia University, Cornell and CUNY to offer courses in science, mathematics and humanities. Through these partnerships and Mount Sinai Hospital, General Electric, Sponsors for Educational Opportunity, American Globe Theatre, and Manhattan Theatre Club there are a wide range of opportunities for one-on-one mentoring, internship experiences, academic enrichment and summer programs. The Children’s Aid Society's daily after-school program provides extensive academic and arts enrichment. They also provide support services, in addition to a variety of sports, clubs and leadership activities for our students.



Recent Announcements

  • Attention Parents/Guardians Of Graduating Seniors Who Have Not Yet Paid Senior Dues: Senior dues pay for your child’s admission tickets to the graduation hall at Hunter College, cap and gown, diploma case, and senior class celebration activities.  We would love to ...
    Posted May 21, 2013, 7:32 AM by Abraham Cerda
  • *** Fake Facebook *** Fake Facebook  page: We have notified all staff and students that some unknown individual is using staff member names and images, as well as the Principal's image and name ...
    Posted May 17, 2013, 6:50 AM by Abraham Cerda
  • MCSM DRESS CODE Please note that inappropriate dress is listed in the Citywide Standards of Conduct and Uniform Disciplinary Measures. To insure an environment conducive to academic excellence with minimum distractions, the following ...
    Posted May 10, 2013, 8:06 AM by Abraham Cerda
  • GE scholars mentoring program is recruiting sophomores Attention:  Current sophomoresGE scholars mentoring program is recruiting sophomores.  please come to our information session if you wish to be mentored by an       NBC employee.   It will be held ...
    Posted Apr 29, 2013, 10:20 AM by Abraham Cerda
  • Earth Day 2013 Attention: All StudentsThe Sophomore council will be holding a school wide celebration for Earth Day  on Monday, April 22,2013.   We are asking all students and staff to wear ...
    Posted Apr 18, 2013, 10:37 AM by Abraham Cerda
  • School Wide Culture Fest Attention: All StudentsThere will be a school wide cultural celebration  on Friday, April 26, 2013 at 3:30 P.M. in the cafeteria.  This event will celebrate our students ...
    Posted Apr 18, 2013, 10:35 AM by Abraham Cerda
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