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Syracuse Latin Admissions Deadline Extended

New school to provide all students with equitable access to rigorous curriculum with aligned instructional materials and assessments in all subjects and all grade levels.” a challenging liberal arts program that will be accelerated and highly structured”

The Syracuse City School District is still accepting applications for admission to the new Syracuse Latin.  Syracuse Latin is designed to introduce students to a challenging liberal arts program that will be accelerated and highly structured.  Students at Syracuse Latin will be offered a Foreign Language beginning in Kindergarten, enrichment opportunities that allow students to explore content in-depth and rich fine arts opportunities embedded throughout the instructional day.  The admissions process for Syracuse Latin is open to all students entering Kindergarten and First Grade in the 2014-2015 school-year. Visit www.scsd.us to access the admissions process registration link!

Syracuse Latin

will be housed in the Percy Hughes School building
 345 Jamesville Ave.

School hours 9:00am – 3:15pm
Deadline – April 28th!

 

Syracuse Latin is…

  • A PUBLIC elementary school with admissions criteria open to grades K-1 for 2014-2015
  • An opportunity for gifted and creative students to receive a rigorous academic program connected to student interests
  • A school that supports community service outside of the school day
  • A school that requires family and community involvement
  • To view information shared during the Syracuse Latin Family Information Sessions, click here.

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