• 9th Grade Family Night is THURSDAY!

    Happy December and a quick reminder that Family Night is THURSDAY! Please RSVP here! 
    9th Grade Family Night 
    Thursday, December 5th | 5:30pm at FMHS 
    Family Night is a wonderful tradition that brings students and parents together with our PGC mentors to help build strong communication skills with family and friends. 
    At Family Night, you will be able to: 
    • Meet other 9th grade parents and families
    • Hear from 9th grade students about the transition to high school
    • Meet your child's PGC mentors and learn more about Peer Group Connection at FMHS
    • Enjoy delicious refreshments!
    We look forward to seeing you! 
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    Attention Applicants for Frank McCourt High School-

    If you plan on listing Frank McCourt High School on your MySchools application, YOU MUST COMPLETE THE ONLINE INTERVIEW that is listed under our admissions tab.

    The ONLINE INTERVIEW deadline has been extended until  12/6/19 at midnight.

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     All students interested in participating on a PSAL sport team, must fill out a medical form (including a doctor's signature) as well as a parent consent form before starting practices in the fall. 

    These forms can be found on the website under the STUDENT LIFE tab.

     There is more information about all PSAL sports at:
      If you have any questions over the summer about Fall sports at Frank McCourt HS, please contact Athletic Director, Vera Springer at
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  • Parents- Please Note!

    Students may not self dismiss before the end of the school day. If your child needs to leave school early someone listed on your blue card must sign them out in our main office.

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June 2019:

  • Parker Giovan, FMHS class of 2016, is the valedictorian of CUNY's Guttman Community College class of 2019.  He will be attending Binghamton University this fall to study political science. How awesome!

  • Vincent Joralemon teaches genetic barcoding, bioengineering, and neuroscience at FMHS. He was awarded a special grant by the SOCIETY FOR SCIENCE AND THE PUBLIC "to mentor underrepresented and low income students and guide them in entering science research competitions." Mr. J is the ONLY grant awardee from the New York City area. Way to go Mr. J!!!


  • Congratulations  Rosalia Minyety on her achievement at the Cooper Union program called Toys-for-Good. She and her team created an ASL hand to help hearing impaired and hearing children to learn sign language.

  • Catherine Rivas won the first place prize for engineering at  NYCSEF! NYC Science and Engineering Fair is the city's largest research competition with over 1000 high school students participating annually. Congratulations Catherine!!!