tHE hIGH SCHOOL FOR eNTERPRISE, BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY
Mission: The school community at the High School for Enterprise, Business and Technology advances our scholars’ academic excellence and global citizenship. We value their diversity and foster their cognitive, creative, and social intelligence. In partnership with industries and post-secondary institutions, our scholars learn how to impact the world as responsible, caring, and productive citizens.
What is going on at EBT?
GSC Baseball Coach Receives Honorary ESPY Award
Congratulations to Grand Street Campus baseball coach Melvin Martinez, who received an honorary ESPY Award. View the full story here, on the WABC web site.
Congratulations to our graduating class of 2021! We had a wonderful graduation ceremony on the field at Boys and Girls High School. The video of the ceremony is available here; the ceremony starts at 25:00 minutes into the video.
2021 Bridge Program
The EBT 2021 Summer Bridge Program: Pathway to Success will run from July 12—July 23, 2021. This is a great opportunity for incoming 9th grade students and rising 10th grade students to get familiar with the school and learn important academic and social skills. Details are available on this flyer. If you have any questions, please email Ingrid Diaz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EBT 2021 Summer Bridge Program: Pathway To Success REGISTRATION FORM
Schools reopening full-time and in-person this September
NYC DOE Chancellor Meisha Porter has announced that, as of now, all schools will return to full-time, in-person learning this September. See her full letter, available here, with translated copies.
Covid-19 vaccine available to New Yorkers 16 or older
The NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has announced that all New Yorkers age 16 and older are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. See this letter for full details on vaccine eligibility.
To help the DOE gauge interest in the COVID-19 vaccine and possibly open vaccine hubs for students at DOE schools, please complete this survey if your children are 16 years and older.
Regents Exams June and August, 2021
Only the following Regents exams will be administered in June, 2021: English Language Arts; Living Environment; Physical Setting/Earth Science (written test only); Algebra I. However, students will not be required to take these exams and may earn a waiver if they pass the courses leading up to the exam. Please visit the DOE June Regents Exam Updates page for more information. All August Regents have been cancelled.
Student Access to Unofficial Transcripts in TeachHub
Eleventh- and twelfth-grade students will be able to access their unofficial transcripts in TeachHub by clicking on the “Student Documents” icon located in the TeachHub application. If you are not able to log into TeachHub, please visit the DOE student account page for assistance.
COVID Testing Consent
In order to participate in blended learning, students must have a signed COVID testing consent form on file. If you are able to print the form, it is available here. Please print and sign, and have your child bring the form to school.
You can also sign the COVID testing consent form for your child using your NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) Account. Log into your NYC Schools Account at https://mystudent.nyc/. Once logged in, click your student’s name, click “Manage Account,” and then when a drop-down menu appears, click “Consent Forms.”
Technical Support for Families
If you have ongoing issues with technology to support learning at home, even after visiting NYCDOE support pages (such as Getting Started with Your iPad, TeachHub, Getting Started with Google Classroom, Getting Started with Teams) please fill out the Technical Support for Families form. The form uses Google Translate in the top right corner to translate form into your home language.
The following links have been set up to assist students and families with technical issues:
School devices email: email@example.com
If additional support is needed, families can call the DOE Help Desk at 718-935-5100, and press 5 for family help.
Damaged/Inoperable DOE Remote Learning Device
Damaged iPads are protected by AppleCare. The DOE will work with families to get broken devices repaired using this coverage. For AppleCare support, please fill out a Technical Support Ticket at the following link: https://www.nycenet.edu/technicalsupportforfamily
Families may also call the Help desk at 718-935-5100.
Parents: If you need a face-to-face letter, please email Mr. Eddie Cantos at ECantos@schools.nyc.gov. Include in your email your child's First Name, Last Name and School ID#.
Need to Enroll Your Child in Our School? Here’s what to do:
Step 1: Fill out this Student Registration Form. Providing this information will help the Family Welcome Center (FWC) help you more quickly!
Step 2: Identify your local Family Welcome Center: For our school district (D14) it's Family Welcome Center, 1665 St. Marks Ave. (Room 116)
Step 3: Email your Family Welcome Center directly: StMarksFWC@schools.nyc.gov
In your email, please include the following:
Your child's first name, last name, date of birth, and OSIS number
If you need support in another language
If you (the child's parent/guardian) are deaf or hard-of-hearing
Attach your completed Student Registration Form.
If you are new or returning to New York City public schools, or your address has changed, be sure to ALSO include the documents in this Pre-Registration Checklist.
If you need a laptop, please go to the DOE's Remote Learning Device Request page, to request a digital device.
Damaged iPads are protected by AppleCare. The DOE will work with families to get broken devices repaired using this coverage. For AppleCare support, please fill out a Technical Support Ticket at the following link: https://www.nycenet.edu/technicalsupportforfamily. Families may also call the Help desk at 718-935-5100.
If you DO NOT have Internet access at home, please contact Spectrum at 844-488-8395 or 844-488-8398 to obtain FREE Internet Service.
In May, 2018, EBT was approved by the International Baccalaureate Organization (IB) to offer the IB Diploma Programme. According to the IB web site, students in this internationally recognized program will:
be encouraged to think independently and drive their own learning
take part in programs of education that can lead them to some of the highest ranking universities around the world
become more culturally aware, through the development of a second language
be able to engage with people in an increasingly globalized, rapidly changing world.
Where is EBT?
850 Grand Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211
Tel: (718) 387-2800
Fax: (718) 387-2748
B24, B43, B48, B60, Q54, Q59
L to Grand St