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 My name is Ignacia Reyes and I would like to introduce myself as the Parent Coordinator of Marble Hill School. My journey at this school began in the early 2000s when my sons enrolled at Marble Hill as the school first opened its doors. Almost immediately, I became closely involved with the school Parent Association, developing a close relationship with our staff and taking part in core school events.
My passion for our school, and the goals and standards that we set for our students prompted my initial employment here as Teacher Assistant. I worked closely with individual students to help tailor their learning experiences to their individual needs. For the past five years at MHSIS, I've served as the school Parent Coordinator. Incorporating my experience as a parent of former students and Teacher Assistant, I have strived to become a liaison between parent, teacher, and students. As your parent coordinator, I wish to foster communication between you and our staff so that together we become an integral part of your child's education. I also want to encourage your active involvement - whether through the Parent Association, school events or parent teacher conferences - to better shelter a warm and supportive environment through your child's educational journey. I strongly believe that at the root of any child’s success is a foundation of supporting parents and inspiring teachers. I am here to guide you in creating that foundation. 
I'm excited and look forward to working with you toward a successful school year. If you are in need of any information, or would like to meet with me at any time please call me at (718) 817-7434 or email me at [email protected] and I will get back to you promptly. At any time, feel free to walk in also. My office is located in room 846-A.
All the best,
Ignacia Reyes.

Updates for Families on Plan to Re-Open NYC Public School Buildings

Good Afternoon Parents/Guardians,
We hope you and your families had a safe and peaceful Thanksgiving holiday.
As you may have seen in the news, a plan to reopen schools, located outside the State-designated Orange or Red Zones, was recently announced by our City and State authorities.
This reopening plan applies only to students who have previously chosen in-person instruction (blended learning) and mainly includes early education and elementary public schools as the only high school buildings to reopen are the ones located in District 75, which is not our school district.
Please keep watching the news and visiting the Department of Education website for actualization on the NYC public schools reopening plan, as students in grades 6 through 12 (outside of District 75 schools) will continue to learn remotely until further notice.

See the most recent letter to families from the NYC Department of Education Chancellor, Richard A. Carranza. Copies in Spanish, Bengali and French are included on the attachment. For additional languages, please follow the link below.


If you missed the town hall the school offered, you can see the powerpoint below.


Over 30 languages 
Our diverse student body and staff bring to the school over 30 languages! 
Marble Hill Keeps Climbing 
Marble Hill for International Studies is ranked the #42 public school in New York.
Student Population
Our average student population per school year is of 460 students.