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Health Professions & Human Services High School

Public School | Grades 9-12 | New York City Geographic District # 2
345 East 15TH St
New York, NY 10003
(212) 780-9175

About This School

Health Professions & Human Services High School is located in New York, NY and is one of 67 high schools in New York City Geographic District # 2. It is a public school that serves 1724 students in grades 9-12. See Health Professions & Human Services High School's test results to learn more about school performance.

In 2011, Health Professions & Human Services High School had 23 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The New York average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.

Student Ethnicity (2011)

Students (2011)

1,724

Students Per Teacher (2011)

Female/Male (2011)

71% 29%

Subsidized Lunch (2011)

88.3%
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Health Professions & Human Services High School Reviews

By , a Former Student on

honestly. this school sucked big time, teachers were on a massive power trip. screwed me over robbed me of credits i earned in summer school. they have a secret bathroom list for those who don't bend to there will. and if you cross the line once you get denied access to it. they molest there students. they black mail them and expell them. awfull place to teach kids. its like densil crocker from the fairly odd parents on crack. and thats bad.

By a Former Student on

I was glad to be part of the graduating class of 2006 at HSHP. The teachers there inspired me to excel in life. HSHP has the best teachers. They have helped me become a better student. Thanks to them I am on my way to becoming a biomedical researcher.

By a Current Student on

I am a 9th grader in HPHS and I love it not only does it have a great learning environment but the teachers are amazing. The teachers here can relate to the students and that really helps them with what they're teaching. Im very excited that I go to HPHS and am hoping these 4 years are the greatest 4 learning and fun years of my life. GO VIPERS!

By a Former Student on

I am a proud graduate of HPHS.  I was a member of the first graduating class, and received a first class education.  After getting my bachelor's degree in 2002, I am now in Law School because of the inspiration I recieved in High School from many of my teachers.

By , a Parent on

I am concern because my child is about to begin 9th grade.  Please someone giveme an idea> does the school have internship that start as early as 9th grade?

By a Current Student on

I think this school is pretty good overall. Most of the teachers are good and other kids aren't really bad.

By a Current Student on

this school reflects the city's diversity. the english department has the best teachers. the ratio of students by ethnicity is also good because it has a lot of minority students. the school is safe. there are very few fights.

By a Current Student on

i think it is made awesome by teachers such as Mr.Natera.

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