Pace University High School, also known as "Pace High School," is a public high school located in the New York City borough of Manhattan, affiliated with Pace University.School historyEstablished by Pace University and the New York City Department of Education, Pace High School was founded with grants from New Visions for Public Schools with money donated from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, and George Soros' Open Society Institute. Pace High School opened its doors to its first class on September 13, 2004. The school is among the 330 out of over 1,400 New York City public schools (23.6%) designated as an Empowerment School which allows it more autonomy in choosing a curriculum. Pace High School graduated its first class in 2008. Everyone graduated and went on to two and four-year colleges. Pace University High School also awards the top 5 students of the graduating class a full 4 year scholarship to Pace University.OverviewLocated in lower Manhattan, Pace High School is offered a high level of involvement with a national university, being just ten blocks away from Pace University's New York City campus. Pace High School students are granted University identification badges, which allow them access to the University's campuses, computing system and e-mail, libraries, student union, gymnasiums, and cafeterias.
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