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Students

Ocean Hill Collegiate opened in August of 2010 with 81 5th graders. Our student body reflects the surrounding Ocean Hill/Brownsville area in terms of demographics.

Gender 50% Boys
50% Girls
Free & Reduced Lunch 88%
Special Needs 13%
Race 89.5% African-American
6% Latino
Mode of Transportation 43% Subway/City Bus
44% School Bus
13% Walk

Geography

(Students Selected via public lottery)

98% Brooklyn
2% Queens
Neighborhood 41% Ocean Hill/Brownsville
15% Bedford Stuyvesant
15% East New York
11% Crown Heights
9% Canarsie
7% Bushwick
2% Other

Internet and Computer Use

The Ocean Hill Collegiate computer network is provided for students to conduct research, complete assignments, and communicate with others. Access to network services is given to students who agree to act in a considerate and responsible manner. Parent permission is required! Access is a privilege — not a right. Access entails responsibility.

Students are responsible for good behavior using the computers just as they are in a classroom or school hallway. Computer network storage (hard drives and personal folders) may be treated like school lockers. Network administrators and teachers may review files and communications to maintain system integrity and ensure that users are using the system responsibly.

The following misuses of the computer system are not permitted:

  • Sending and/or displaying hateful or pornographic messages or pictures
  • Using abusive, threatening or inappropriate language
  • Harassing, insulting or attacking others
  • Engaging in or promoting violence
  • Engaging in racial, gender, or other slurs
  • Receiving or transmitting information pertaining to weapons, such as bombs, automatic weapons, illicit firearms or explosive devices
  • Damaging technology equipment (computer systems, computer networks, TVs, VCRs, digital cameras, or scanners)
  • Violating copyright laws (copy internet or other materials without permission)
  • Using others' passwords
  • Trespassing in other students and/or teachers' folders, work, or files
  • Intentionally wasting limited resources
  • Employing the computer network for commercial purposes
  • Transmitting personal information without written parental consent
  • Accessing areas considered borderline without written parental consent
  • Hacking (attempt to gain unauthorized access to files, folders, and/or other systems)

All student internet usage is monitored and managed with our electronic monitoring systems.

Violations will result in loss of computer use as well as other disciplinary or legal action.