Hyde Leadership Charter School Brooklyn
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Hyde Leadership Charter School Brooklyn
Hyde Leadership Charter School – Brooklyn opened in September 2010. It is the second school in New York City affiliated with the Hyde Foundation, which also has schools in Connecticut and Washington, D.C., modeled after the Hyde School, a private boarding school in Maine. Hyde-Brooklyn opened with 132 students in kindergarten and first grade and will expand by one grade per year until it reaches its target capacity serving students in grades kindergarten to 5.
The school's executive director Dr. Sandra Dupree has 15 years of experience in Washington, D.C. and New York City public schools as a teacher, principal, professor of education and consultant, according to the school's website.
Like its sister school in the Bronx, Hyde Leadership Charter School, Hyde-Brooklyn offers students a traditional education that places a huge emphasis on character development and fostering parent involvement. Parents are asked to volunteer on field trips, in the classrooms, school office, and library. In addition, Hyde Leadership requires parents to attend monthly meetings, guided by a book entitled, The Biggest Job We'll Ever Have: The Hyde School Program for Character-based Parenting, by Malcolm Gauld, the founder of the first Hyde School.
Located in East New York, a high-crime neighborhood, the school is housed in PS/IS 328 Phyllis Wheatley School. School hours are from 8 am to 4 pm Monday through Thursday. Dismissal is at 3 pm on Friday.
Every student participates in the performing arts in one the following areas: acting, dance vocal or visual arts. The school uses a traditional math program called Saxon Math.
Hyde serves a much lower percentage of children with special needs and English language learners than other schools in the district according to Department of Education Charter School Renewal Report. The average attendance rate for 2011-12 was 92.6 percent.
Admissions: By lottery. Preference is given to children in District 19. Check the school’s website for more information. (October 2013, information compiled from school's website and DOE reports)
At a glance
Number of Students 392
Average Daily Attendance 94%
Safety & vibe
How many teachers say bullying is a problem at school?8% 17% CITYWIDE AVERAGE
How many teachers say order and discipline are maintained in the school?59% 86% CITYWIDE AVERAGE
ARE CLASSES BIG?
Number of students in an average kindergarten classNA 23 CITYWIDE AVERAGE
Number of students in an average fifth grade classNA 26 CITYWIDE AVERAGE
DO TEACHERS LIKE THE SCHOOL?
How many teachers say the principal is an effective manager?65% 84% CITYWIDE AVERAGE
How many teachers would recommend this school to other parents?53% 87% CITYWIDE AVERAGE
How many students are chronically absent?25% 22% CITYWIDE AVERAGE
Percent of 3rd, 4th & 5th graders who scored 3 or 4 on the state math exam
Percent of 3rd, 4th & 5th graders who scored 3 or 4 on the state ela exam
Percent of 4th graders who scored 3 or 4 on the state science exam
Does the school encourage family involvement?
How many parents say they were invited to an event at the school at least 3 times in the last school year?86% 75% CITYWIDE AVERAGE
Do parents like the school?
How many parents would recommend this school to other parents?100% 94% CITYWIDE AVERAGE
Special ed & ELL
How well does this school serve students with disabilities?
Percent of self-contained students who scored 3 or 4 on the state math exam:NA 8% CITYWIDE AVERAGE
Percent of self-contained students who scored 3 or 4 on the state ELA exam:NA 2% CITYWIDE AVERAGE
Percent of ICT students who scored 3 or 4 on the state math exam:12% 19% CITYWIDE AVERAGE
Percent of ICT students who scored 3 or 4 on the state ELA exam:13% 9% CITYWIDE AVERAGE
Percent of SETSS students who scored 3 or 4 on the state math exam:0% 17% CITYWIDE AVERAGE
Percent of SETSS students who scored 3 or 4 on the state ELA exam:17% 9% CITYWIDE AVERAGE
How many parents say students with disabilities are included in all activities?
How many teachers say students with special needs are educated in the least restrictive environment appropriate?
How many parents of students with ieps say this school offers a wide enough variety of services and activities for their children’s needs?