This Month


8:00 AM
LMDC Board Meeting
One Liberty Plaza
20th Floor


Millennium High School Opening

Governor George E. Pataki and Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg announced the opening of the first Lower Manhattan public school to open in the aftermath of the September 11th attacks. Millennium High School, located in the financial district, will provide a rigorous education to the growing number of families making a home downtown.

The Governor and Mayor were joined at the ribbon cutting ceremony by several public officials and community leaders, including LMDC Board Member and Community Board 1 Chair Madelyn Wils, who led the effort to make Millennium High School a reality.

The Millennium High School is located at 75 Broad Street at the intersection of Broad and South William Street. Three floors of what was once commercial office space are being converted into classrooms, administrative offices, and other school facilities. At full enrollment upon completion of all three floors, the Millennium High School will serve 500 students. A new class will be added each year until enrollment is full. Millennium High School will open on Monday, September 8th to 220 ninth and tenth graders.


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