We believe that wearing a uniform helps to distinguish who we are as empowered leaders and bold thinkers.
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Welcome From the Principal
I am a strong believer that students need to be active participants in their educational journey. The education that they receive in school should prepare them to thrive in the 21st Century. All students have different needs, and as a school, it is our responsibility to ensure that we provide students with the supports needed to ensure that they all meet academic success. Students should receive instruction that is culturally relevant, rigorous, and includes opportunities for students to problem solve, collaborate with their peers, and clearly communicate their thinking. The VILS Program will provide teachers training on technological supports that can be used to increase student engagement and enhance learning experiences. Students will benefit from this program because it provides them with easy access to information, it can accelerate their learning, attend to their varied learning styles, and provide fun ways for students to practice what they are learning. The over-arching goal of HPCS is to empower students to be leaders and bold thinkers that are prepared to be successful in the careers of the future.
T. Mitchell, Principal
The Most Current School Events for Students and Parents
Our Core Values
Core values are a set of fundamental practices that inform how you conduct your life, both personally and academically. Our core values help us make important decisions towards growth.
Our community members know failure is on the road to success so we persevere when challenged.
Our community members recognize that they are global citizens connected to all of humanity based on our shared needs.
Our community members are vested in fulfilling their responsibilities in an excellent manner and are responsible for their words, actions and work to fulfill on the mission.
Our community members inspire others by being reflective, knowledgeable, empowering, visionary problem-solvers.
What you need for OTUS
To register you will need a “Registration Code” from your parent coordinator, Ms. Henderson. If you don’t receive your code or need a replacement, please reach out directly to Ms. Henderson at
How to Register:
Click on the Otus logo then on “Select Create a New Account” if you are a parent. Then complete the following:
Your email address (required for Parents)
Your prefix (Mr., Ms., Mrs. or Dr.) (Parents only)Your first name (Parents only)Your last name (Parents only)
Your child’s OSIS (9 digit school ID #)
Your child’s date of birth
The registration code (Parents)
If you have any difficulty signing into OTUS, please contact Ms. Henderson (Parent Coordinator).
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Brooklyn, NY 11208
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“The education that they receive in school should prepare them to thrive in the 21st Century.”
“Education is not preparation for life, it is life itself.” -John Dewey”
“When you learn, TEACH. When you get, give.” –Maya Angelou
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HPCS invites passionate educators to apply for the position of Math and Music Teacher for the 2022-23 school year. Teaching at HPCS is an ideal position for an educator with deep passion for instruction who is eager to gain rigorous development to help perfect his/her craft. In addition to participating in weekly professional development and team planning meetings, teachers receive consistent high-impact coaching and feedback from a school administrator or teacher-leader. Furthermore, We are committed to recruiting, developing and retaining excellent teachers.
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