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David Fanning, Principal
On Friday 11/9 our seniors will be celebrating their third Spirit Day: Pijama Day.  Let's celebrate with our seniors by wearing comfy PJs to work that day!

2018 Summer Bridge to College and Career Success

2018 Summer Bridge to College and Career Success


As APRCHS prepares to  welcome the Class of 2022, we would like to highlight those new freshmen students who have spent their summer with us in the Summer Bridge Program.

These students spent 6 weeks expanding their knowledge in Science, Mathematics, and English Language Arts.


In English Language Arts class students read “The House on Mango Street” and learned about culture, identity, and how to analyze literature in a meaningful way.

In Science, they expanded their knowledge of scientific methodology, ecology, cells, and energy cycles.

Students continued their growth in Mathematics by brushing up on pre-algebra concepts, and learning how to use the Delta Math Program.


For our Summer Bridge students, learning went beyond the classroom walls of A. Philip Randolph High School.  In order to provide students with hands on learning experiences, the Summer Bridge Program traveled to the Bronx Zoo, the CCNY Science Department, the CUNY Medical Center, the Bronx Botanical Gardens, and the Museum of Natural History.


We ended our summer with a final celebration to mark the culmination of our program. Students and their family members joined us for some refreshments to celebrate our award recipients and share our favorite memories from the program. We are very excited to welcome these Summer Bridge Program students along with their classmates to the Randolph Family.

Welcome to A. Philip Randolph Campus High School Class of 2022!


Special thanks to Ms. Haydee Aybar, Mary Jane Gonzales, and Ms. Dayanett Then for all of their hard work in and outside the classroom supporting the Summer Bridge Program.

Thank you to Ms. Francesca Muraca for coordinating the program.

Thank you to Dr. Watson from the CCNY School of Education for all of your support.

Thank you to our interns Ms. Sheniqua Roberts (CUNY Undergraduate) and Ms. Gladys Obaji (CUNY Medical School)

Thank you to the CCNY Science Professors for spending so much time with our students and making science exciting!

Thank you to the CUNY Medical School for allowing our students to get a taste of what opportunities the CUNY Medical School offers.

…and finally thank you to the West Harlem Development Corporation (WHDC) for the generous support that makes this program possible.