• NYC DOE School Survey is OPEN!

    Despite all the ways things are different this spring, we are still asking all parents AND students to complete the 2020 School Survey!

    Today's Do Now isfill out the DOE SCHOOL SURVEY! 

    The surveys are important. FMHS uses the feedback from the surveys to improve and support student success.
    Go to to take the survey now!   You can click on the link on the login page to get an access code. Or you can call 1-877-819-2363 and get your access code.
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  • FMHS Learning at Home Website and Schedule LIVE

    Please use the tab at the top of this page to access all needed information about FMHS Remote Learning.  Students can login using their FMHS accounts to see all calendars and links to live classes for the week of March 23.

    There are also linked pages with RESOURCES  from the counseling team, Parent-related information, and FUN activities to do together while at home during this hectic time.

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  • Contact Information During Remote Learning

    In addition to email, our Parent Coordinator Caren Austen will be using Google Voice to stay in touch. If you would like to give her a call, you can reach her at 716-249-4714. 

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  • Critical Update for Families: Coronavirus (3/16)

    Dear Families, 

    Please see the attached letter from NYC Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza. As always, please stay in touch with any questions or concerns during this challenging time. 


    Danielle Salzberg and Kathryn Hickey

    Frank McCourt High School
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December 2019
Congratulations to Tina Sherpa for winning the Peter Cooper Award in Cooper Union's STEM on Saturday. Way to Go, Tina!

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!!!