Welcome to William E. Grady High School

William E. Grady Career and Technical Education High School is a public, Career and Technical Education (CTE) high school located at 25 Brighton 4th Road, Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, New York, and is a part of region 7 in the New York City Department of Education.

The curriculum at Grady is set up so that all students may take their chosen CTE sequence, while earning a regular or advanced regents high school diploma. Furthermore, the school operates College Now, a program run by Kingsborough Community College. College Now courses offered include College Now English and Sociology. In addition Grady has Advanced Placement (AP) courses; which include English Literature and composition, and United States History.

Grady News

Parents: Save Grady High!

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By: Daniel Bush of the Brooklyn Daily Grady High School is finally making the grade and should be taken off Mayor Bloomberg’s list of struggling schools slated for closure, students, parents, and teachers demanded last week, claiming that the Brighton … Continue reading

5 Alarm Cookoff at Grady

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Competition veteran’s on a roll with Greek lamb meatball dish John Sierp of Ladder 169 feeling ‘confident’ about final after latest victory By Daisy Melamed / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Read the whole article at nydailynews.com The competition was smoking … Continue reading

From demons of homeless shelter, a young man finds his angels

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College student nabs book deal for novel, ‘Nameless’ Read the original article at nydailynews.com A child living in a homeless shelter at the age of 12 might be expected to imagine scary creatures in the ether. At 13, while living … Continue reading

City Warns Struggling Schools Against Spending

Anna Phillips for The New York Times. With money from a federal grant, student at William E. Grady Career and Technical Education High School painted a mural of their culinary program.

By Anna M. Phillips | Read the original article City officials on Thursday told principals of schools in a suspended federal grant program not to spend any more of the money they were given for school improvements until problems with … Continue reading

Students

High school is more than just attending classes and making good grades; take full advantage of the opportunities high school affords you by exploring your interests and interacting with fellow students. Visit the Student section

Parents

This section contains important information, dates and reminders for you, the parent. If you need any information about the school or upcoming events, contact Darlene McDonald at 718-332-5000 ext. 1151. Visit the Parents section

Teachers and Staff

Need to get in touch with a teacher or member of our staff? Each teacher is labeled under the subject area they teacher; their email address and their blog is highlighted.Visit the Teachers / Staff section