Enroll

Apply today to enter the Kindergarten Lottery or to be added to our Waitlists for Grades 1-10 for the 2019-2020 school year!

¡Aplique hoy para la lotería de kinder o para las listas de espera de los grados 1-10 para el año escolar 2019-2020!

For more information about our schools, please see below. If you have any questions, please call our enrollment office at (929)275-5879 or email us at enrollment@coneyislandprep.org.

Para obtener más información acerca de nuestras escuelas, consulte a continuación. Si tiene alguna pregunta, llame a nuestra oficina de inscripción al 929-441-3375 o envíenos un correo electrónico a enrollment@coneyislandprep.org.

Where you decide to send your child is one of the most important decisions a family can make.

At Coney Island Prep, we take your trust in us very seriously — and your active involvement in your scholar’s education makes us much more likely to succeed.

Like all public charter schools in New York, Coney Island Prep enrolls students through a lottery system. We give preference to siblings of current scholars, residents of Community School District 21 (where we’re located), and to English Language Learners.

Coney Island Prep is a public school and does not discriminate in any way, including on the basis of ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, or disability.

Information Sessions

  • March 6th, 6-7PM

    Coney Island Prep Elementary School

    (Grades K-4)

    8787 24th Ave Brooklyn, NY 11214

    March 6th, 6-7PM

    Coney Island Prep High School

    (Grades 9-12)

    294 Avenue T Brooklyn, NY 11223

    March 7th, 6-7PM

    Coney Island Prep Middle School

    (Grades 5-8)

    501 West Ave Brooklyn, NY 11224

    *All sessions are bilingual

A Day at Coney Island Prep Elementary

  • 6:30am

    Angel puts on her uniform and gets on the yellow bus to Coney Island Prep.

  • 7:20am

    Angel and her classmates who walked to school have all arrived before the 7:25 start time! They eat their free, organic breakfast as teachers check in with scholars.

  • 7:25am

    In her classroom, instruction begins with “Morning Meeting,” where they preview the day, learn key social-emotional skills, and sing songs. Angel brought in a picture of her family to share!

  • 7:50am

    During Math, Angel explores Math concepts in small groups using real-life examples, physical objects, and visuals aids.

  • 8:20am

    Angel’s class transitions to Art, where they create sculptures based on characters in a book they’re reading.

  • 8:50am

    Time to read! During this block of time, Angel’s class focuses on learning about sea animals like starfish, sharks, and whales.

  • 9:30am

    During the science block, Angel digs her hands in the dirt as her class grows plants from a seed. She can’t wait to see how it turns out!

  • 10:00am

    Whew, lot’s of learning already. Time for a snack and bathroom break.

  • 10:10am

    During her reading block, Angel learns with phonics, participates in read-alouds, and gets in small-group discussions with her peers.

  • 12:10pm

    Time for recess! Angel runs, climbs, and plays with her friends. She’s getting hungry, too.

  • 12:40pm

    Just in time — it’s lunch! All scholars get free lunch from Red Rabbit, eating healthy, organic, made-from-scratch meals. Angel has some allergies, so she gets a specially-made meal.

  • 1:10pm

    Angel sharpens her pencil and gets to writing. Today, she and her classmates are sharing what they’ve learned about sea life.

  • 1:55pm

    Angel’s last academic block is Zearn Math, where she uses a computer to practice the concepts she learned earlier in the day. How she does will help her teacher create tomorrow’s small group instruction.

  • 3:25pm

    Following the same routine she does every day, Angel packs up her backpack, and gets back on her bus to go home.

  • 3:30pm

    Angel waves goodbye to classmates whose families have come to pick them up as her bus pulls away!