BEDS Report

Each year, HCCS files a 'BEDS' report with The New York State Education Department. The BEDS (Basic Educational Data System) report contains current information on student enrollment, professional staff, foreign language instruction, free and reduced-priced lunch, computer resources and library resources.

Middle States Accreditation

Understanding the process by which high levels of student performance are achieved is equally as important as the results themselves. Accreditation serves as an unbiased, third-party validation that an institution meets challenging, but achievable standards of quality, and provides a mechanism for continuous improvement.

In 2010, Hunter College Campus Schools achieved accreditation with the Middle States Association. This dynamic process requires commitment and engagement from the entire community and ultimately assures the public of an organization's integrity. Through the dedication of created committees, we continue to evaluate the quality and continuity of the school’s leadership and governance, condition of school facilities, finances and fiscal stability, effectiveness of student services, health and safety, staffing, and long-range planning.
Hunter College Campus Schools
71 East 94th Street 
New York, NY 10128

Elementary School: 212-860-1292
High School: 212-860-1267
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