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Please note the following:
1.
School of the Future High School no longer has priority for District 2 (D2) or Manhattan. All students in the city who apply for 9th grade will be equally considered.
2. 9th grade applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until March 1st.  We will begin contacting you regarding interviews on a rolling basis between February 12th and March 8th. Please see the admissions tab for more information.

 

School of the Future Middle School still has D2 priority, but D2 no longer has screening.  Please see the admissions tab for more information.

Academics

Exhibitions and Rubrics

Exhibition Rubrics

Exhibition rubrics are the foundation of School of the Future and what we use in place of High School State exams.

SOF high school students are exempt from most Regents Exams as the school is a member of the Consortium and has a waiver from the state that allows SOF students to show mastery in a core subject by completing an exhibition. Exhibitions are thesis papers that are roughly ten to twenty pages in length in English, science, math, and history. Students choose the subject they will complete and finish it by the end of a semester in eleventh and twelfth grade. The final paper and an oral defense presentation are graded by a committee of student peers and teachers and the combined score is the student’s state test score in that subject area. Students also must take the ELA Regents exam.

View our current Rubrics here:

» Mathematics
» Literary Analysis
» Social Studies

» Experimental Science
» STEM

Exhibition Evaluation Forms

Mathematics Evaluation Form

Literary Analysis Evaluation Form

Social Studies Evaluation Form

Experimental Science Evaluation Form

 

2019-2020 Exhibition Calendar

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