Accolades

Accolades

The Clinton School for Writers and Artists is one of the highest rated public schools in New York City. Read excerpts from the top education sites below:


Great Schools

GreatSchools Rating:
10 out of 10

“Love this school! My daughter was having a hard time academically and in adjusting to a new school. The teachers, guidance counselor and assistant principal were very responsive when I requested a meeting. I was able to address my concerns, they listened attentively and really cared. As a result, they understood more of the challenges my daughter was having and helped her to integrate academically and socially. This year she’s doing much better academically, has friends, and feels good about herself.”
—Submitted by a parent

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School Book

Middle School Performance Summary: 9/9 Above Average

SchoolBook.org rates Clinton’s performance Above Average for 6th Grade English, 6th Grade Math, 7th Grade English, 7th Grade Math, 8th Grade English and 8th Grade Math.

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Inside Schools

“The Clinton School for Writers & Artists is a nurturing place where students are encouraged to express themselves through the arts. It’s racially and economically diverse, and special needs children are integrated into regular classes. The popular middle school will expand to become a 6-12 school, starting with a 9th grade in 2015, when it moves to a new location.”

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Clinton in the News:

DNAinfo New York covered the DOE’s approval of school expansion and the school’s #1 progress report on November 15, 2013:
Clinton School for Writers and Artists Approved to Expand Into High School

Our very own Cindy O’Neill was featured in this article about the important role of parent coordinators from the September 2013 issue of WestView News:
Parent Coordinators: Key Players in Our Schools

On August 8, 2013, DNAinfo New York published a story about the planned expansion of our school, including quotes from Clinton mom Liz Craig:
Chelsea Arts Middle School Likely to Expand with High School in U. Square