• New Dawn Goes to Prom!

    Congratulations Seniors!

    New Dawn Charter High School II
  • Important Messages for Students and Parents

    Click here to read NDCHS II's proposals for usage of ESSER funds and the proposed 2021-2022 NDCHS II Safety Plan.  Please submit all comments to pubcomment@ndchsbrooklyn.org.

    New Dawn Charter High School II
  • COVID Safety Policy Reminder

    Dear New Dawn Community Members,

    This is a reminder of the policies regarding COVID safety at NDCHS II. Our first and best defense at the school is our temperature checks, health screening, and mask requirements to enter the building. Student must be wearing a mask to enter, must submit to a temperature check, and complete a daily survey regarding their exposure to COVID / if they are symptomatic themselves.

    In the event that you or your student has been exposed to COVID outside of school or is exhibiting symptoms of COVID - they should not be sent to school. Please notify your / your student's mentor or any other New Dawn staff and proceed to schedule a PCR COVID test. Students who have been symptomatic must quarantine and return with a negative PCR test to enter the school again.

    Information regarding COVID and COVID testing as well as consultations and testing appointments can be found at: www.nychealthandhospitals.org/

    For the 2021-22 school year there is no remote learning option available. As such your student should contact their teachers via Jupiter in order to request make-up work during their absence from school or complete it upon their return as with any other absence.

    Sincerely, 

    Mr. Zach Flory, Principal

    New Dawn Charter High School II
  • Enrollment Open House April 5, 2022 10:00 AM

    Please see attached flyer for details!

    New Dawn Charter High School II
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Mission Statement

New Dawn Charter Schools will provide over-aged and under-credited students 16 - 21 years of age, including those who are English Language Learners and those with special needs, the opportunity to return to school and obtain a high school diploma through a rigorous NYSED standards-based education program. 

Within the framework of the education program, three programs will be offered: 

1) Interventions for those with fewer than 11 credits, and for those with 11 or more credits

2) Internships in the community

3) College enrollment