North Queens Community High School
Bring Your Future In Focus
We want students to learn about themselves, acquire knowledge about what is available to them and make an informed decision about their futures.
Every student in our school has access to the xello program. If you need assistance to log in please email Mantovani@nqchs.org
Important Notice For Parents and Students.
Students, please complete the daily survey. Link below.
If your student has opted in for in-person learning it is required that they submit the consent to COVID 19 testing form.
Students who are 18 or older who have opted in for in-person learning may fill out the form themselves.
Please Fill out the lunch form for access to free lunch at school. Link below
More Support. More Learning.
North Queens Community High School is a partnership between the New York City Department of Education and SCO Family of Services that is committed to working with overage and under-credited young people and their families. In a community that is collaborative, caring, and rigorous, young people are supported towards achieving their highest personal and academic goals. Using the best youth development practices, we provide a personalized learning environment that connects, motives, and inspires our young people to overcome obstacles and graduate with a high school diploma and a specific plan for college and career. Our students will leave us with the knowledge and skills necessary to forge a positive future for themselves and become contributing members in their community.
North Queens Community High School is committed to growth and success of our students both academically and socially. Academic courses are offered in English Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science, Foreign Language, Physical Education, and various electives. In the vocational area, we offer courses to introduce students to the world of work and provide them introductory job experiences for which they can receive credit or paid internship experience. We offer individual and group counseling to promote positive decision making as students move towards their high school diploma and beyond.