JOHN JAY SCHOOL FOR LAW

PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN NY

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ABOUT

With a strong commitment to the ideals of justice and equity, John Jay School for Law aspires to empower students to empower students to think critically, write analytically and speak passionately. 

 

The John Jay School for Law community is committed to developing all students into productive contributors to our global society, while empowering them with 21st century skills. Our beliefs are embedded in all of our endeavors which contribute to establishing full,  responsible, and meaningful lives. 

Freshman

Algebra I

ELA 1 & 2

Global Studies 1 & 2

Earth Science

Freshman Seminar

Art

Physical Education/Dance

Sophomore

Geometry

ELA 3 & 4

Global Studies 3 & 4

Living Environment/Biology (AP)

Intro to Law

Spanish I

Physical Education/Dance

Junior

Algebra II/Trigonometry (AP)

English Language/Literature (AP)

US History (AP)

Chemistry (AP)

Law Elective

Spanish II

Physical Education/Dance

Senior

Calculus (AP)

Research/Seminar (AP)

US Government (AP)

Physics (AP)

Elective

Elective

Physical Education/Dance

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FOUR YEAR COURSE SEQUENCE

 
 

MEET OUR STAFF

Uchechukwu Njoku, Principal

Yelena Shtyrkalo, Assistant Principal

Tim Gilroy, Assistant Principal

Carmen De Los Santos, Parent Coordinator

School Administration

Ms. Benevidez

Mr. Lorino

Mr. Fay

Mr. Rankine

Mr. Adams

Ms. Totah

Social Studies

Ms. Gonzabay

Foreign Language

Ms. Sweeney

Mr. Cardez

Ms. Liu

Mr. Ko

Mathematics

Ms. DeSimone

Ms. Hubahib

Ms. Baker

Ms. Chiemezie

Science

Mr. Boitano

Mr. Gagstetter, Dean

Physical Education

Ms. Hogshead

Ms. Lamour

Ms. Joyce

Ms. Bubnova

Ms. Anthony

English Language Arts

Ms. Belgrave

Mr. Strong

Mr. Hillocks

Mr. Bailey

Mr. Toussaint

Integrated Co-Teacher

Ms. Varon

Art

CONTACT US

(718) 832-4250  |  Carmen De Los Santos, Parent Coordinator

237 7th Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215

 

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