Calendar/Upcoming Events

  • First Day of School

    Doors open at 7:30 am. Classes start at 8:00 am.

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  • Queens Borough High School Fair

    Springfield Gardens Educational Campus, 143-10 Springfield Blvd, Springfield Gardens, NY

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  • Queens Borough High School Fair

    Springfield Gardens Educational Campus, 143-10 Springfield Blvd, Springfield Gardens, NY

    World Journalism Preparatory School
  • Schools Closed for Rosh Hashanah

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  • Queens High School Fair

    Francis Lewis High School, 58-20 Utopia Parkway, Fresh Meadows, NY

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  • Queens High School Fair

    Francis Lewis High School, 58-20 Utopia Parkway, Fresh Meadows, NY

    World Journalism Preparatory School
  • Schools Closed for Yom Kippur

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  • Schools Closed for Columbus Day

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  • WJPS Field Day

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  • WJPS Open House

    For prospective 6th & 9th grades for the 2020 school year

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Photo of the Week!

WJPS PROUD!

Rising Seniors Michelle, Oscar and Roberto participated this spring in Model City Council. They had to represent the interests of a particular City Council District on the topic of cameras in schools. To be accepted into the program, students had to be in College Now and write a proposal and essay. The program culminated with high school students across NYC holding a mock City Council Session. Thank you to Mr. Petrotta for his support and encouragement through the research and presentation process.

Cover of program from Model City Council Project:

     

Photo of Michelle speaking at Model City Council event:

  

Photo of Oscar speaking at Model City Hall event:

  

Photo of Roberto speaking at Model City Council event:

  

Photo of Roberto and Mr. Petrotta at Model City Council event:

  

2019 Graduation Tweets

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