First Class Graduates From Columbia-Affiliated Public Secondary School

Members of the first graduating class at Columbia Secondary School for Math, Science and Engineering, a New York City public school affiliated with the University and modeled after academic powerhouses such as Bronx High School of Science and Stuyvesant High School, graduated on June 24.

Three members of the graduating class will attend Columbia in the fall.


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