School for Global Leaders' Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide an education so that students will have academic, social, and emotional skills to succeed in high school, college, and all future endeavors.  We believe that each student has unique qualities and talents that will enable them to be leaders within the global community. Graduates of the School for Global Leaders will have the communication skills, leadership qualities, and awareness of their responsibility to advocate for change in the world.     

 

     
 

SGL News!

  • High School Fair

    Click HERE to see flyer for upcoming HS Fair on May 19, 2018.

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  • SENIORS: Choose your 2018 T-Shirt Design!

    Click HERE to see your options.  Most votes wins!

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  • Dual Language Program Flyer

    Please CLICK HERE to read about our Dual Language Program in Chinese Mandarin.  

    Please CLICK HERE to read about our Dual Language Program in English.

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  • We provide FREE translation services to families!

    Click the below link for more information.  You may also contact our Parent Coordinator, Ms. Rios, for more information.

    http://schools.nyc.gov/Offices/Translation/default.htm

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  • Sports @ SGL and Inclement Weather

    All SGL Sports Games and Practices will be conducted as weather permits.  In inclement weather, all games and practices will be cancelled. If you have any SGL sports-related questions, please contact our Athletic Director, Mr. Nowak, via email at fnowak@sgl378.org.  Or you may call the school and leave him a message to return your phone call.

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Principal's Corner

Monday, April 2, 2018

Dear SGL Students & Families,

Spring has sprung!  We are well into better weather and our 3rd marking period.  As the weather gets warmer, we want to remind students that uniforms should be worn everyday.  The only allowances will be made to students that earned a dress-down day.  If your child earned a dress-down day, they must present a valid ticket to Mr. Sanchez [Dean] or me.  We also want to remind students of appropriate dress, even if you have earned a dress-down day.  Pants/Jeans with holes, slippers, and revealing clothes are just some examples of what is inappropriate and not allowed in the school building.  Remember, we are Global Leaders, we are learning to change the world, so we have to start with us.

Continue to check our school calendar for important events. Come out and support our SLT and PTA meetings.

Spring Recess has begun on Friday, March 30th.  Students and staff report back to school on Monday, April 9th!  During the break, try to read your favorite book at least 30 minutes everyday. Work hard on your homework packets.

"There are two ways of spreading light:  to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it." ~ Edith Wharton

Mrs. Keri Ricks, Principal

  Picture captured from the NYCDOE's website!

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Statement of Accessibility

We are working to make this website easier to access for people with disabilities, and will follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0.  If you need assistance with a particular page or document on our current site, please contact Ms. Flynn to request assistance.

Respect for All

For more information on "Respect for All", please contact:

Ms. Sandra Brandan, Guidance Counselor

[Tel] 212.260.5375, x2301

[email] sbrandan@schools.nyc.gov