Public Prep CEO nominated as one of 100 Men of Distinction by BE Modern Man.
Girls Prep scholars spend week at annual Leadership Academy at Stephens College.
Public Prep leaders and alumnae weighed in on The Millennial Success Sequence.
In what has now become an annual tradition, Dean Rouse will be the fifth female university leader to provide a commencement address to graduating Girls Prep 8th grade scholars
On the first day of Women’s History Month, Girls Prep announced an innovative, three-year partnership with BioBus.
Fifth-graders from Girls Prep Bronx Elementary put slave rebellion leader Nat Turner on trial for murder as part of a broader push to merge classroom education and the courts.
Girls Prep scholars participate in Girls Only STEM Day, working with female faculty and cadets at the US Naval Academy.
Girls Prep, along with Donors Choose, is honored to be have been selected as the inaugural partner to be featured in a Facebook Story to launch this tool.
Ms. Diane Levitt is the fourth female university leader to provide a commencement address to graduating Girls Prep 8th grade scholars, following Presidents Dianne Lynch of Stephens College in 2013, Beverly Daniel Tatum of Spelman College in 2014, and Kathleen McCartney of Smith College in 2015.
Girls Prep scholars visit courtroom to put Magellan on 'mock' trial.
In celebration of Computer Science Education (CSEd) Week, Girls Prep scholars build Kano Computers.
Nia Wallace, an eighth-grader at Girls Prep Lower East Side Middle School, attends BEAM's summer math camp at Bard College.
Girls Prep Namesakes Oprah Winfrey and Billie Jean King visit Namesake Classrooms on the same day.
Two graduating eighth graders from Girls Prep Lower East Side Middle School have been selected to attend the Summer STEM Program at the United States Naval Academy
PrePrep was featured on NPR's Morning Edition: Sesame Workshop's innovative use of technology in early literacy.
Thirty-two students participated in a Hackathon organized by Barclays Women in Technology
Stephens College, the second-oldest women's college in the country, announced today that for the first time in its 179-year history it will offer a four-year, full-tuition scholarship to a student from Girls Prep LES Middle School.