Thank you for your interest in PS 29, we are a zoned school. If you are not sure whether you live in our zone, the quickest way to find out is to visit NYCDOE's School Finder. Type your address into the finder and it will let you know if your address is zoned for PS 29.
Rezoning Information: Please note that rezoning for PS 29 will go into effect for the 2022-23 school year. Here is a link to the zone map, with details of seats prioritized for vulnerable student populations and impact on current families living in potentially rezoned areas.
Parents can learn about the work of the PAR by visiting the District 15 Rezoning Participatory Action Research website. You can view a recording of the PAR presentation to the CEC on Nov 17th on YouTube. The presentation begins at 1:12:47.
For more information or to offer comments on this proposal please contact BrooklynZoning@schools.nyc.gov or the Community Education Council D15 at CEC15@schools.nyc.gov.
Zoned Schools Admissions Priorities
The list below shows the order applicants are considered for placement according to DOE priorities.
Zoned students whose verified siblings will be enrolled in grades K-5 in the school in September 2019.
Zoned students without siblings in the school;
Students whose verified siblings will be enrolled in grades K-5 in the school in September 2019 who are not zoned to the school but are residents of the district;
Students whose verified siblings will be enrolled in grades K-5 in the school in September 2019 who are residents of another district.
Students who are currently enrolled at the school for pre-k who are residents of the district.
Students who are currently enrolled at the school for pre-k who are residents of another district.
Students without siblings in the school who are residents of that district.
Students without siblings in the school who are residents of another district.
To learn more about the PS29 Admissions process, please visit...
The Department of Education (DOE) and the Mayor’s Office are committed to protecting the right of every student to attend public school, regardless of immigration status, national origin, or religion. The United States Supreme Court has also recognized the importance of public education for all students, including undocumented students. Please visit NYCDOE's Immigrant Families page to learn more about the policies protecting immigrant families.
El Departamento de Educación (DOE) y la Oficina del Alcalde están comprometidos a proteger el derecho de cada estudiante a asistir a la escuela pública, independientemente de su estatus migratorio, origen nacional o religión. La Corte Suprema de los Estados Unidos también ha reconocido la importancia de la educación pública para todos los estudiantes, incluidos los estudiantes indocumentados. Visite la página de familias inmigrantes del NYCDOE para obtener más información sobre las políticas que protegen a las familias inmigrantes.