Always looking to make a bigger impact on our children and the community.

HSCL offers numerous post-secondary connections, which prepare students to excel in college and succeed professionally.


SOLVED provides educators with engaging, thoughtful and highly customized professional development and technology integration solutions. We work collaboratively with school leaders to build teacher capacity through extensive in-classroom and remote coaching. We build amazing school Apps & Data Dashboards, customized to your school needs.



Many HSCL students work with Insitute of Writing Studies professors to compose research-based writing about contemporary world issues. We also use the beautiful St. John’s campus for summer school.



Serving New Yorkers of all backgrounds, we strive to help individuals realize their potential and live as independently as possible.

Always Making a Difference in the world!



Our partnership with Monroe College gives our students an opportunity to attend college classes as a Junior and Senior. Our students can choose to continue attending Monroe College once they receive the Presidential Scholarship which is based on grades.



Meets pressing community needs by mobilizing caring New Yorkers in volunteer service. New York Cares partners with HSCL for our Annual FAFSA Nights for
students and parents


Trinity Church of Wall Street


Trinity Church of Wall Street and HSCL have partnered to serve the community. Delivering food and donating items to those during difficult times.




NYU – Click on the link

The New York University College Advising Corps (NYU CAC) seeks to increase the number of low-income, first-generation, and underrepresented New York City students entering and completing postsecondary education. By placing recent graduates as college advisers in NYC high schools, advisers work full-time with high school students and assist them with planning their college searches, completing college admissions and financial-aid applications, and enrolling in their best fit school. In the 2017-2018 school year, NYU CAC expanded to serve 42 high schools in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx.