Welcome to the online home of Teachers Preparatory School. Located in Brooklyn, New York, we serve students from seventh through twelfth grade. Our focus is on preparing students for college and life after high school. We offer many special programs and initiatives that enhance student learning and encourage academic success. Our curriculum gives students a strong foundation to build upon for a future of success and growth.
We encourage you to browse our website and learn more about our school. We're happy you're here.
Breast Cancer Awareness Day
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Open HouseTeachers Preparatory High School
Parent & Student Support: Meet one-to-one with your child's teachers. Understand what your child is learning, grade level resources and advisory support.Teachers Preparatory High School
E.G.O. MeetingTeachers Preparatory High School
Unity Day/Stop Bullying Day
Wear your orange to support!Teachers Preparatory High School
100% All Students
Party for all students who passed all of their classesTeachers Preparatory High School
Parent Teacher Conference 9-28-17
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Open House: September 28, 2017
It was L.I.T. at Teachers Prep for its Back to School event on Thursday, September 28. Families gathered to meet their child's teachers and other school staff at the annual Open House that evening. If you missed it, then you also missed out on the waffle and chicken meal being served up by our peer leaders as well as a natural homemade juice whipped up by Ms. Palmer, who was not giving away her recipe. It was a fun filled event that included singing by our Assistant Principal, Ms. Backer and a meditation session for parents. There was a noticeable pleasant atmosphere that gave Principal Simon "a positive outlook for what this school year will bring." Some staff were excited that we made it on to the student's Snapchat video and Facebook Live feeds. It is night's like this that make our school special and we look forward to more events like it.
Sports: Boys Soccer
Shout out to the boys soccer team. They won their first game on 5/4/17 against Robeson by the final score of 8-3!
The Jr NBA team went 2-2 and we made it into the semifinals!
Photo Gallery: E.G.O. "The Brotherhood"
E.G.O. "The Brotherhood"
E.G.O. (Extraordinary Gentlemen Organization) is a leadership group, originally pioneered by Mr. Torta, and is now facilitated by the male staff at TPS including alumni Lavon Cook and Vincent Deas. The group has agreed to open up their program to all students and have initiated the first four females as Coordinators who will help promote and organize events, as well as increase membership. They gather weekly on Wednesdays in room 305 from 2:45pm-4:00pm to discuss ways on how they can improve the school and community. There are plans in place to bring great things to Teachers Prep including Movie Night, Career Day, March Madness and other E.G.O. sponsored events that exemplify leadership and leaving your community greater than you found it. For more information on how to get involved speak to Mr. Griffin in room 305 or Mr. Argento in room 206.
Upcoming E.G.O. sponsored events:
October 30, 2017: Movie Night
November 9, 2017: Cultural Day
December 2017: 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament
#doubledutch #citychamps #le6end
Congratulations to Coach Thomas and the Double Dutch Team. TPS has done it again. We are the PSAL Double Dutch City Champs for the 6th year in a row!
OneGoal I College Graduation. Period.
TPS has a slew of programs starting up this school year. We are proud to announce OneGoal as one of these programs. Under the advisory of Ms. Fundi, with the support of OneGoal staff, our 11th grade students will be getting a college ready experience unlike no other program available. Students begin their college exploration in the classroom and receive the support and advisory they need to:
- develop the skills that will help increase their GPA and college entrance exam scores, which in turn increases acceptance rates into more selective post-secondary schools.
- plan and sign up for important exams such as the PSAT and SAT
- complete the FAFSA form
- identify seven best-fit colleges.
- develop the non-cognitive skills and mindsets needed to graduate from college
- understand and put into practice OneGoal’s Leadership Principles: Ambition, Resourcefulness, Resilience, Professionalism, and Integrity
- apply to at least seven best-fit colleges
- enroll in a best-fit college
- accomplish academic, financial, and social Steps to Success
- enroll in the first day of sophomore year with the mastery of the skills, mindsets, and experience that will lead to college graduation
This is a three year program that will follow them through the start of their second year of college. For more information about OneGoal, please visit their website by clicking here.
"My favorite memory of TPS are the teachers and how kind they are."
Neferti Garcia, Class of '17
Photo Credit: Victor Parris
TPS is excited to share with you our summer experience with the Peer Forward program through College Summit. This past summer four of the eight students nominated to be peer leaders attended Daemon College in Buffalo for a three day training. Under the advisory of Ms. Foster, these students will work together to train peers throughout the school year providing exposure to multiple colleges, completing the FAFSA form early and build leadership skills. Congratulations to the following students:
Seniors- Ayeisha Kenscoff, Jennifer Jean Louis, Alica Collymore, Emmanuel St. Bernard
Juniors- Carissa Constantine, Antonio Carthy, Diamond Jacobs, Kennoi Gordon
Follow them on Instagram @tps_peer_forward
Learn more about Peer Forward by clicking here.
GLAMM at TPS
The Girls Leadership group is comprised of girls from grades 9 through 12. They meet on Tuesdays from 2:40pm-4:00pm in room 313. Discussions are held based around the participants interests including hygiene, dating, career development and more. For additional information, and if you would like to join, please speak to Ms. Iqbal.
Photo Gallery: Girls Leadership Food & Bake Sale 3-7-17
Shea Butter Mix Project
Ms. Backer's 7th grade students participated in a fundraising activity this year called the Shea Butter Mix Project. Student's utilized their knowledge of proportions to make enough shea butter for a specific number of people. This project also provided students with the knowledge of profit and loss.
Feed Your Mind
TPS Presents: Cultural Experiences
On March 27, 2017, Teachers Prep welcomed the African Drum and Dance Troupe direct from Senegal. The group entertained students and staff with traditional drumming, dancing, folklore, acrobatics and history.