Admissions

PS 84 is within School District 14 in Brooklyn. Applications are submitted through the Department of Education.

Find your school zone and district


Pre-K 

Application

PS 84 has three full-time Pre-K classes with 18 children per class. Each class has a teacher and an assistant.

  • Children born in 2014 can attend Pre-K in September 2018. Apply by March 2018. 
  • Children born in 2015 can attend Pre-K in September 2019. Apply by March 2019

Pre-K is a federal program hosted in New York City schools. Priority is given to zoned students and students with a sibling already in the school. Out-of-zone students from District 14 are sorted through a lottery. Click here for information on how to apply.

Registration

If you are offered a seat and would like to accept it, you must pre-register at the school. You will be asked to bring your child with you, along with the following documents:

  • Your child's birth certificate or passport

  • Your child's immunization records

  • Two documents to verify proof of residence

Learn about what you need to bring to register successfully. 

The best time to register is usually between 8:30 am and noon. We recommend that you call the office ahead of time. 718.384.8063


Grades K-5 / Elementary School

Application

PS 84 has four full-time Kindergarten programs with consist of two dual-language classes, one ICT English-only class, and one ASD NEST class.

  • Children born in 2013 can attend kindergarten in September 2018. Apply by January 2018.
  • Children born in 2014 can attend kindergarten in September 2019. Apply by January 2019

Current pre-K students do not automatically stay at the school for kindergarten.

Priority is given to zoned students and students with a sibling already in the school. Out-of-zone students from District 14 are sorted through a lottery. Click here for information on how to apply.

Registration

If you are offered a seat and would like to accept it, you must pre-register at the school. You will be asked to bring your child with you, along with the following documents:

  • Your child's birth certificate or passport

  • Your child's immunization records

  • Two documents to verify proof of residence

Learn about what you need to bring to register successfully. 

The best time to register is usually between 8:30 am and noon. We recommend that you call the office ahead of time. 718.384.8063


Grades 6-8 / Middle School 

Application

Students who have completed fifth grade can start middle school. There are currently three classes per grade in middle school at PS 84.

All students, including current PS 84 students attending 5th grade need to submit an application. 

    Talk to your school counselor about how to apply, or click here for more information on middle school applications. 

    Registration

    Students zoned for PS 84 may register directly at the school. 

    Learn about what you need to bring to register successfully. 

    The best time to register is usually between 8:30 am and noon. We recommend that you call the office ahead of time. 718.384.8063


    Spanish Dual Language Program 

    Application

    The process to apply for our Dual Language Program is the same as the Kindergarten or Elementary School. Simply choose the dual language program as your preference when submitting the application to the DOE.

    If your child is offered placement, you will be contacted by the school for your child to be screened for Spanish language fluency. If your child qualifies for the dual language program, you will receive a letter of acceptance. 

    Registration

    If you are offered a seat and would like to accept it, you must pre-register at the school. You will be asked to bring your child with you, along with the following documents:

    • Your child's birth certificate or passport

    • Your child's immunization records

    • Two documents to verify proof of residence

    Learn about what you need to bring to register successfully. 

    The best time to register is usually between 8:30 am and noon. We recommend that you call the office ahead of time. 718.384.8063


    ASD NEST Program

    For complete information about the program and admission process, download the Family Resource Guide.

    Application

    The application process is handled by the Special Education unit of the DOE and requires a referral and evaluation, followed by an application to determine eligibility. Children who are eligible are assigned an ASD Program school, and their families receive a School Location Letter (SLL) with the assigned school location.

    Families of accepted students assigned to PS 84 will be contacted by the school to arrange a school visit and to register.

    Registration

    Upon receipt of the SLL, families of accepted students should bring the documentation needed to enroll their child at the ASD Program school as soon as possible.

    Learn about what you need to bring to register successfully. 

    The best time to register is usually between 8:30 am and noon. We recommend that you call the office ahead of time. 718.384.8063