News and Updates
Are you a high school student interested in learning about careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)?
If so, register now for the 7th Annual STEM Career Day on Tuesday, November 6!
High School students interested in learning more about careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), are invited to participate in STEM Career Day on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 to learn first-hand about career pathways in these fields by visiting up to two New York City companies for an inside look. There are so many STEM careers in unexpected places. High school students sign up for the event individually and travel on their own to the companies. Sessions take place at each company and occur from 10:00-11:30am and 1:00-2:30pm. Registration is required. All participants will receive a free t-shirt and a round-trip MetroCard. Sign up now for this amazing experience! Learn more about this opportunity and register to participate. Registration deadline is Friday, October 19, 2018. For questions, email STEMCareerDay@schools.nyc.gov.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, you may inquire from your SCIENCE TEACHERS or GO TO Rm. 410 during Lunch break or After-school ONLY!!!
Please be advised, seniors are to attend the Financial Aide Workshop with their parents on Saturday, October 20th. Please be sure to bring all requested documents. The workshop starts at 12pm, and will be held in the
Please be advised, Students who signed up for SAT Prep are required to come in Saturday October, 20th for a SAT diagnostic test. The test will start promptly at 10 am, with Mr. Herring collecting the students from the main desk at 9:45am.
Dear LACJ Families,
I hope this letter finds you and your child/children
well rested and ready for the new school year. We
have been preparing all summer for opening day.
We are enthusiastically awaiting welcoming new and
returning students, as well as several new staff
members when our doors open on September 5th. It
is our mission to help every student feel welcomed,
connected and part of our community. We strive to
challenge each student to grow in his/her academic
abilities to be college ready by the end of their 4
years at LACJ. Our doors are always open Please feel
free to contact us with any questions or concerns
you may have. Welcome back! Lets make it a great
year together at LACJ.
Together with CITYarts, Robert S. Friedman, a Sheppard Mullin attorney visited the Martin Luther King Jr. Educational Campus to speak in front of a class in the High School for Law, Advocacy and Community Justice. Lots of interesting questions were raised by the students and they truly appreciated Friedman’s visit. We look forward to have Robert S. Friedman back to engage with our youth!
Students hard at work on transforming the aesthetic of their school at the high school for Law, Advocacy and Community Justice on the Martin Luther King Jr. Educational Campus.