MArble Hill School for Int. studies Alumni Association

Students can use this website as a tool to find online colleges and universities in New York....
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Alumni Association on Facebook!

The Marble Hill School Alumni Association has a Facebook page!
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Alumni Database

Hi Marble Hill Alumnus!
We would like to create a database of our former students. Please fill out the following questions.

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Transcript Request

We are pleased to announce that you may now request transcripts online! Please fill the required information in the the form below.

There is charge of $3.00 for each transcript. This fee can be paid Money Order, Personal check or cash. If paying by Money Order or Personal check, please make it payable to: Marble Hill School for International Studies. Transcripts will not be released until we have received payment.

Due to DOE procedures, recent graduates transcripts do not show the graduation date until 1 moth after graduation; usually late August. For this reason, recent alumni do not get their transcripts right after graduation.

Alumni can choose to pick up the transcript personally or have it mailed.

In the news

Champions of Change

MHSIS Teacher, David Meek, chosen as a Champion of Change by The White House.

Educators from across the country came to the White House to discuss how to ensure every child receives a first-rate education. These Champions of Change are working day in and day out to prepare our students to be competitive in an increasingly global market.

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History Alive

Holocaust survivor Esther Bauer visited Marble Hill and shared with our students her experience.

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Students Serving Students

Students from the Marble Hill High School for International Studies gathered at the Kingsbridge Heights Community Center on Saturday to work with teens and young adults with special needs. The event marked the first activity in what event organizers....

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