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Accepting Applications for Pre-K & Grades K-5
Interested in enrolling this school year?
We are still enrolling students in grades K-4 for the 22-23 school year. Click below to enroll, and start at Bold within one week of submitting an application!
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Open houses are a great way to meet our team, talk with current families about their experiences at Bold, and ask any questions you have as you think about sending your student to Bold. Register here for an upcoming open house!
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Bold is a public school committed to providing a world-class education to all children living in New York City, including children with specific learning or language needs. There is no selection criteria. Should we receive more applications than available seats, we will hold a random lottery in April. We will provide a preference in the lottery for siblings of students already enrolled at Bold.
No. As a public charter school, admission to Bold is tuition-free. Additionally, we are committed to increasing access to excellent schools for all families, regardless of their means, and therefore provide yellow bus service daily, breakfast, lunch, and snack, and all supplies students need to succeed at Bold – all at no cost to our families.
Yes. We believe that our uniform policy honors our One Team core value and also minimizes distractions to the exceptional teaching and learning we do each day at Bold.
Yes. We provide free yellow bus service daily through the New York City Office of Pupil Transportation in accordance with the guidelines established by the Department of Education available here.