New York City District #25 is located at 30-48 Linden Place Flushing, NY and it provides for the educational needs in Queens County. District 25 in Queens had the highest average school score in New York City. Flushing was one of the original Dutch villages on Long Island. Today, Flushing has evolved into one of the largest neighborhoods in New York City. The public schools in Flushing are all supervised by the New York City Department of Education through Administrative District 25. There are numerous public Elementary and Junior High Schools in Flushing and students generally attend a school based on the location of their residence.
Flushing High School which is the oldest public high school in the City of New York and there are 4 other high schools in the flushing area. The District staff members show a personal interest in developing students’ independent and creative thought, willingness to accept intellectual risks and challenges, forming superior work habits and cooperative, positive approaches to learning. While these attributes cannot always be precisely measured and adjusted, Teachers honor them and work energetically to foster their development. There is no doubt that the development of these skills brings with them not only a sense of academic achievement but also a feeling of pride and satisfaction.
New York City District #25
30-48 Linden Place
Flushing, NY 11354
Queens County, New York
Serving grades NA
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|*Staff data was compiled in 2005|