The Dock Street School provides a rigorous college preparatory education for grades 6-8 with a strong emphasis on science, technology, engineering, the arts and math (STEAM). Our goal is to foster curiosity, independence and problem solving in young people so that they are able to adapt to an ever-changing and complex world. Students engage through an authentic STEAM curriculum and work closely with cultural partners in order to develop a deep appreciation for creativity and innovation. The Dock Street School provides an enriched academic experience that develops critical thinking skills for our leaders of tomorrow.
Located at the foot of Brooklyn Bridge Park, our state of the art facility features a college-level Science Lab and science demo room, “Gymatorium” for sports and performances and a Music Suite including classroom, two sound-proof practice rooms and a purpose-built music storeroom.
Donations of all sizes help us with student enrichment programs, teaching assistants, school supplies, field trips and much more!
Thank you to parents, families and our local + city-wide businesses for your support!
FAME FRIDAYTHE DOCK STREET SCHOOL for STEAM Studies
TOWN HALL SAFETY MEETINGTHE DOCK STREET SCHOOL for STEAM Studies
EID AL-FITR Day- School ClosedTHE DOCK STREET SCHOOL for STEAM Studies
Incoming Class Meet & GreetTHE DOCK STREET SCHOOL for STEAM Studies
LAST DAY OF SCHOOLTHE DOCK STREET SCHOOL for STEAM Studies
What a night! After weeks of rehearsal, students finally were able to show off all their hard work in The Dock Street School's very first WINTER SHOWCASE. The evening began with an exhibition of student artwork. Next, families were treated to a beautiful rendition of The Nutcracker, followed by a lively, and often very funny interpretation of Alice in Wonderland and then an inspiring Kwanzaa celebration. The night closed with a selection of festive Christmas Carols sung by our talented school choir!
Thank you to St. Ann's Warehouse for your support!
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