School News

  • Advanced Placement Exams Schedule

    All exams will take place in the morning.  Please be in the building by 7:30am.  Don't forget to bring a water bottle and writing utensils (#2 pencils).  No uniform required on day of test and all test takers will be able to leave school after the exam (around 12:00ish).  

    Monday, May 1st: Environmental Science

    Tuesday, May 2nd: Spanish Language & Culture

    Wednesday, May 3rd: English Literature & Composition

    Friday, May 5th: United State History

    Tuesday, May 9th: Calculus 

    Wednesday, May 10th: English Language & Composition


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  • Elective Class Options Survey: Fall 2017

    All current 9th, 10th and 11th graders should fill out the Elective Class Options Survey.   Your responses will help build your program for the fall semester.  


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  • Mandatory Incoming 9th Grade Orientation

    Attention all Class of 2021 (Incoming 9th Grade) there will be a mandatory orientation at Park East High School on Wednesday, May 31st starting at 5:30pm sharp!  

    There will be light refreshments as we go over 9th grade expectations, uniform ordering, and official school documents.  This will also be an opportunity to meet many staff members.   

    If you have questions, e-mail our Parent Coordinator, Melvin Peralta at or through phone at 212-831-1517 x.102.  We look forward to meeting all of our new families!  

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  • Chancellor Letter on Immigration and Frequently Asked Questions – January 30, 2017

    Please see the attached Chancellor Letter on Immigration and Frequently Asked Questions

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    If you are a school counselor and would like to request a private tour, please contact  Assistant Principal Mrs. Edmonds at

    Are you interested in joining the Park East family next fall?   Please click the ADMISSIONS tab above to learn more about our admissions process and to RSVP for a school tour!   Click the link below to schedule a tour date...

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  • Park East made the NY Post Top 40 Best NYC High School list!

    Click the link below to read about Park East on the Top 40 Best NYC High School list!

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Transcripts Request

A student's transcript is the official record of the student’s high school credits, final grades, and exams. Generally, a college or other post-secondary institution to determine if a student meets its admission criteria uses a transcript. It may also be presented as evidence of high school graduation to employers. 


Obtaining Transcripts – Former Students Obtaining 

Former students can get copies of official transcripts by visiting the school or by completing the transcript request form online.

  • If you plan to visit the school in person, please call first; our Parent Coordinator: Xiomara Rodriquez at (212)-831-1517 ext. 102 or email her at to schedule an specific day and time for you to pickup copies of your official transcript. Bring a form of ID with you such as: a passport or state-issued photo ID to prove your identity.
  • To request copies of official transcripts to be mailed to you, click on the link below, and complete the transcript request form online. Please note that requests may take up to two (2) weeks to be mailed to you.

Transcript Request Form Link


Transcripts – Current Students

If you are the parent or guardian of a student under the age of 18, you can ask for a transcript by making a written request. If your child is currently attending our school, he or she may also request an unofficial transcript from his or her guidance counselor at any time.

When a student is 18 or older, the NYCDOE will only honor transcript requests from the student. Students can give written authorization to access records.

What is an "Official" Transcript?  

Employers, colleges, and other higher education facilities usually request official transcripts. An official transcript is signed and stamped by an authorized NYCDOE staff member and sealed in an envelope that is signed at the seal to assure the recipient of its authenticity. A transcript is considered unofficial unless it is signed and stamped and delivered in a signed, sealed envelope.


If you have any further questions, please feel to contact our school.