Williamsburg Preparatory High School provides our students with a college ready curriculum, which encourages critical thinking, creative problem solving, deep understanding and self-discipline. We provide students with a foundation for a successful future and a better life!
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95% Graduation Rate
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Relationship, Scholarship, Citizenship and Leadership
We have 4 guiding values at Williamsburg Prep, which we instill in all we do. Students from each grade are recognized for excellence in the following with a SHIP Award, given once a month in four categories to a student from each grade. Below are our 4 core values at WP:
Relationship: respecting yourself, making connections, and keeping commitments.
Scholarship: asking questions, overcoming obstacles striving for mastery.
Citizenship: believing in others, lending a hand, and giving back.
Leadership: doing the right thing, encouraging others, and offering solutions.
School Closed Monday, March 16th - Friday, April 17th
Thursday 4/9 - Friday 4/17: Spring Recess
Tuesday 4/21: NYU Dental Van Visit
Wednesday 4/22: SHIP Parent / Student Breakfast @ 8:15am
Friday 4/24: Career Day
Wednesday 4/29: Greenpoint Hunger Program
Boys JV Basketball
Boys Indoor/Outdoor Track
Girls Indoor/Outdoor Track
Girls Flag Football
After School Clubs
Clubs run from 3:30PM - 4:30PM After-school
Peer Mentors with Ms. Cuevo/Ms. Panagoulias
Queer Straight Alliance with Ms. Fay/Ms. Leavy
Barre with Ms. Restum
Video Game with Mr. Benoit/Mr. Perrone
Student Ambassadors with Mr. Allrich/Ms. Cuervo
Dungeons and Dragons Club with Ms. Fay
Yearbook with Ms. Bersohn
Student Union with Ms. Grisham
Board Game with Mr. Limberger
Dance Clubwith Ms. Wagner
Meditation with Ms. Panagoulias
Girl's Club with Ms Lilly
Art Club with Ms. Wilen
Guitar Club with Mr. Benoit
Soccer Club with Mr. Draper
Chess with Mr. Tobias (during lunch periods)
Partnership and Programs
Students from low-income the majority of whom are students of color face enormous systemic barriers to attend and complete college. This lack of opportunity is one of our nation’s greatest injustices, and it has only widened over the past few decades despite massive reform and investment. One Goal prioritizes students whose college prospects are extremely limited.
READ 180 is a multimedia program that is designed to meet the specific needs of students whose reading achievement is below grade level. The program blends instruction from the teacher with innovative computer software that tracks your child’s progress and customizes instruction to meet their needs.
The Future Project is building a movement to turn schools across the country into places that unlock the passion and purpose of everyone inside them. It is a national movement to empower the next generation to build the future, one dream at a time.
Global Glimpse is a non-profit organization that partners with a diversity of high performing high schools to provide a two-year leadership, civic engagement, and college preparatory program centered on a summer immersion experience in the developing world.
The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
TEALS is a Microsoft proven program that helps high schools build and grow sustainable computer science (CS) programs by pairing experienced and trained software engineer professionals with classroom teachers.