• Northeast College High School  
    Northeast College High School at Douglass
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    Principal (Acting): Ali Abdulmateen | Ali.Abdulmateen@RCSDK12.ORG
    Assistant PrincipalHeidi Jackson | Heidi.Jackson@rcsdk12.org
    Assistant PrincipalNakia Burrows | Nakia.Burrows@RCSDK12.ORG
    Assistant Principal: Kristin Pryor | Kirstin.Pryor@RCSDK12.ORG
    Parent Contact: Theresa Larkins | Theresa.Larkins@rcsdk12.org
    Board Liaison:Judith DavisJudith.Davis@rcsdk12.org
    School Chief: Amy Schiavi | Amy.Schiavi@rcsdk12.org
     
     School Improvement Plan  DASA Coordinator
     
    Restorative Practices  ELT  School Based Health Center

    This school is currently in Receivership status by the New York State Education Department. For more information about Receivership or to view the school’s improvement measures, please visit https://www.rcsdk12.org/receivership.

     

    Program Information
    Start Time: 8:30 a.m.
    Dismissal Time: 3:30 p.m.
    Grade Level: 9-12
     
    FACTS
    Uniforms: No
    Busing: RTS
    Foreign Languages: Spanish, American Sign Language
    Honors Classes: Yes
    Tutoring/After School: Yes
    Summer Programs: Yes
    Advanced Placement (AP): English Literature, English Language, Psychology, Physics, US History
    English Language Learners: Yes
    Health/Wellness Center: Yes
    Extended/Expanded Day: Yes
    Business/College/Faith Partnerships:AmeriCorps, Center for Youth, Community Place of Greater Rochester, Educational Talent Search, Hillside Work-Scholarship, Monroe Community College Liberty Partnership, University of Rochester Health Center, University of Rochester Upward Bound, In-Control Youth Development, CMAP College Readiness Program
     
    SCHOOL FEATURES
    • Courses include Criminal Law, with a state-of-the-art courtroom, and Regents Prep.
    • Over 30 different sports teams and a step and dance team.
    • Student Support Center, which provides personal, social-emotional, and academic services through community partners.
    • Youth and family support services are provided through a partnership with the Community Place of Greater Rochester.

    • SUNY Brockport’s Educational Talent Search provides mentoring and helps students prepare for college or careers after high school.

    • EnCompass Resource for Learning provides educational services to struggling students and the families.

    • Monroe Community College provides case management and academic support for high school completion and college preparation.

    • The M.K. Gandhi Institute helps students understand how to respond to situations in a non-violent manner and gives them the tools to help reduce violence.