NYC NAF Academies

NYC NAF Academies complement core academic studies with a focus on one of the five career themes by the implementation of the NAF educational design.

NAF career themes are developed based on industry research that demonstrates growth trends and predicts rising rates of employment in the years ahead.  Companies partner with Academies to build a future-ready workforce – aligning their industry expertise with classroom instruction.

 

The NAF's educational design includes four essential elements of practice: academy development & structure, curriculum & instruction, advisory board, and work-based learning. These elements build on each other to ignite students' passion for learning and support the schools' and the districts' priorities and give businesses the opportunity to shape America's future workforce.

 

In New York City, NAF academies are also considered Career Technical Education aligned, with rigorous STEM infused curricula, work-based learning experiences, and CTE industry partners. The value and promise of Career Technical Education: results of a national survey of parents and students.

Learn more about each of our NYC NAF Academies by theme

Academies of Finance
connect high school students with the world of financial services, offering a curriculum that covers entrepreneurship, banking and credit, financial planning, international finance, securities, insurance, accounting, and economics, among other topics.
 
Academy of Finance and Enterprise Distinguished Academy

 

Alfred E Smith Career and Technical Education High School

 

Brooklyn Academy of Global Finance

 

Bronx School of Law and Finance

 

 James Madison High School

 

John Dewey High School

 

Susan Wagner High School

 

Tottenville High School

 

 

Academies of Hospitality & Tourism 

help students chart career paths in one of the world’s largest industries, from hotel to sports, entertainment, and event management. By providing an education that emphasizes both customer service and the mastery of tangible skills, like using reservation software, AOHT students are prepared to meet the needs of this growing industry.

Academy of Hospitality and Tourism High School

 

Grover Cleveland High School

 

High School for Enterprise, Business and Technology

 

High School of Economics and Finance

 

High School of Hospitality Management

 

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis High School

 

Long Island City High School

 

New Utrecht High School

 

University Neighborhood High School

Academies of Health Sciences 

address the critical achievement gap in STEM fields by developing a pipeline of students prepared to pursue health-related degrees and professions in one of the fastest growing sectors of the economy.

International High School for Health Sciences

 

Richmond Hill High School

Academies of Information Technology 

prepare students for careers in programming, database administration, web design and management, digital networks, and other areas in the expanding digital workplace.

 

Academy of Innovative Technology

 

Academy for Language and Technology High School 

 

Benjamin Franklin High school for Finance & Information Technology

 

Broome Street Charter High School

 

Frances Perkins High School  

 

Grover Cleveland High School

 

James Madison High School

 

 

Academies of Engineering 

educate high school students in the principles of engineering and preparing them to pursue opportunities in these growing fields. 

Academy of Urban Planning High School

 

Bronx Engineering and Technology Academy

 

City Polytechnic High School of Engineering, Architecture and Technology

 

High School for Construction Trades, Engineering, and Architecture

 

Manhattan Bridges High School

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NYC NAF

PO Box 436

New York, NY

10018