Mission Statement & Schoolwide Goals


Together with our families and community, we at the School for Global Leaders create a nurturing and academically challenging learning environment for all learners. Our students evolve into independent critical thinkers who find joy in learning. We stand by our name, empowering students to be Global Leaders who advocate for change in the world.


Pedagogical staff will create and use complete, multi-level system(s) of assessment that will be used to track students’ progress over time and create common interventions and enrichment opportunities for specific sub groups.  Pedagogical staff will create, implement and revise common protocols and thinking routines so that students have platforms to display their ideas, questions and new understandings verbally, visually and in written form.

Students lying on the grass in a circle.  

Statement of Accessibility

The DOE is committed to creating and supporting learning environments that reflect the diversity of New York City. To ensure that our website serves the needs of everyone, it follows the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, Level AA. That means the sites work for people with disabilities, including those who are blind and partially sighted.

We are committed to creating accessible digital experiences for all website visitors. If you require assistance with any documents on our site, please call 212.260.5375, email dflynn@sgl378.org, or mail a request to 145 Stanton Street, New York, NY 10002 for assistance.

Respect for All

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

Mr. Michael Goodwin, Guidance Counselor

[Tel] 212.260.5375, x2301

[Room] 234

[email] mgoodwin@sgl378.org