NYC Schools Account

NYC Schools Account

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 Starting June 2015, you will have a new way to access key information about your child’s progress in school. With a NYC Schools account, you will be able to see;

· Attendance – View your child’s attendance for the current school year, including the number of days he or she was late or absent.

· Grades – View your child’s report card grades and any teacher comments for each marking period in the current school year.

· Student Profile – View the contact information on file at your school for you and your child.

Later this summer, you’ll be able to view additional information, such as your child’s test scores and schedule.


How do I create an account?

 You must be your child’s parent or legal guardian and live at the same address to create an account. If you have more than one child attending a NYC school, you can create an account for all of them in one visit.

1. Set up an appointment with your child’s school.


2. Bring the following:


 Your Photo Identification

· Passport

· Driver’s license



For additional information on obtaining a photo ID, visit . NYC Parent or Guardian


NYC Student Identification Number(s) for Enrolled Children

You can find your child’s 9-digit student ID number on his or her report card. If you do not have your child’s ID number, ask your school.


Enter Email Address




   I have agreed to all of the terms and conditions


Your Email Address

You can register for a free email address through , Gmail, or Hotmail. Yahoo

3. Receive a temporary password.

When you create the account at your school, you’ll receive a receipt with your temporary password printed on it.

4. Sign into your account from a computer, phone, or tablet.

Go to and enter your email address and temporary password. You will be asked to create a new personal password for your account.

 Additional Help

NYC Schools is available on any internet-ready device, including tablets and smart phones. If you need access to a computer, visit your nearest public library.

If you need more assistance or have questions about navigating your account, contact your child’s school or call 311.


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