Admissions

The Eagle Academy for Young Men is a NYC Department of Education school. All policies regarding NYCDOE schools apply.

The Admissions Process

The Eagle Academy for Young Men is a New York City Department of Education public school and follows all admissions procedures of the NYCDOE. Prospective scholars and parents must attend an open house in addition to submitting an official NYCDOE application to his current guidance counselor.

Contact Information

The best way to reach someone is to email contact@eaglebronx.org and someone will get back to you.

Admissions for Middle School Scholars

For Current NYC Students

  • For current NYC 5th grade students wishing to attend in 6th grade, YOU MUST ATTEND AN OPEN HOUSE and submit a Middle School Choice Application through myschools.nyc. PIN numbers to register for myschools.nyc are available at your current school. The MS application code is X231L.

  • For current 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students wishing to transfer into the middle school mid-year, you must contact contact@eaglebronx.org directly to set up an appointment to ensure we have space. Transfers can happen at any time for current middle school students wishing to immediately change schools.

For Families Coming From Outside of NYC

If you are moving to New York City and wish to register your child for admissions, contact the Fordham Family Welcome Center at FordhamFWC@schools.nyc.gov to have your child enrolled.

Admissions for High School Scholars

High School Admissions for Current NYC Students in 8th & 9th Grades

High school admissions are available for seats in the 9th and 10th grades . All high school applicants must attend an interview and submit a writing sample. The following items are required to be brought to the open house:

  • Most recent report card.

  • Attendance records.

ALL HIGH SCHOOL APPLICATIONS FOR 9TH AND 10TH GRADE MUST BE SUBMITTED ONLINE VIA MYSCHOOLS.NYC. YOUR CURRENT SCHOOL WILL HAVE PIN NUMBERS TO REGISTER FOR THAT SITE. The application code for HS applications is X99X for new students. To transfer to Eagle for the 11th or 12th grade, contact remotelearning@eaglebronx.org to ensure we have available seats, and then visit a Family Welcome Center. We can not handle transfers directly.

High School Admissions for Current NYC Students 10th, 11th & 12th Grades

High school transfers to NYCDOE high schools can not occur on a school-by-school basis. Families will have to visit the Fordham Family Welcome Center by contacting FordhamFWC@schools.nyc.gov. Families should also contact us at contact@eaglebronx.org to ensure we have available space.

Admissions for Non-NYC Students

For all admissions from outside of New York City, families must visit a Family Welcome Center. For more information, visit a Family Welcome Center.


The Eagle Academy for Young Men is a NYC Department of Education school. All policies regarding NYCDOE schools apply to the Eagle Academy.

Frequently Asked Questions

How will my son receive transportation?

Scholars at Eagle Academy receive MetroCards, based on eligibility pursuant to the regulations of the Office of Pupil Transportation (OPT). Eagle Academy does not provide yellow busing for any scholar except for special education students who have transportation on their IEPs. View the OPT website for additional information.

What are the deadlines?

Admissions dates for the 2022-2023 school year application have not yet been determined by the NYCDOE. Families must attend an open house during the fall, which will be conducted tentatively in person.

How will I be notified if he was placed at Eagle?

Notices of placement at the Eagle Academy for Young Men are made through your son's guidance counselor at his current school. If you are wondering if your son was placed us, please check with your son's guidance counselor. Once a student is placed with us by the NYC Department of Education, he is guaranteed to attend here in the fall unless you decide to appeal the decision and put him elsewhere. We mail letters home in late May/early June once our admissions lists are finalized by the NYCDOE.