The process of applying to high school begins in the spring of seventh grade and continues in the fall of eighth grade. The educational leadership of the school work with parents and students to discuss and formulate a list of schools that are appropriate for the child to consider - whether independent or public schools. 
Our six graduate classes are a diverse group of students — all of whom were accepted to top New York City schools of their choice.  The list reflects the wide range of interests and the academic qualities of our students.  These schools include high-caliber academic institutions with competitive admissions processes and stellar academic track record, e.g. Ivy League college admissions post-high school. 
We are confident that with the foundation that Mazel Day School provides, our graduates are prepared to thrive at the next stage of their life journey. 
We are very proud of the Classes of 2015 through 2021 who were accepted to:  
  • Academy for Conservation and the Environment
  • Basis Independent Brooklyn
  • Brooklyn Technical High School
  • Central (Yeshivah University High School for Girls)
  • DRS - Hebrew Academy of Long Beach
  • EAST Academy of Sciences and Technology
  • F.D.R. High School Technical Theater
  • James Madison Law Institute 
  • JEC High School 
  • Kingsborough Early College 
  • Laguardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts 
  • Leon M. Goldstein High School for the Sciences 
  • MBYA High School for Girls  
  • Midreshet Shalhevet High School 
  • Midwood Humanities Institute
  • Midwood Liberal Arts and Science Institute
  • Midwood Medical Science Program
  • MTA (Yeshivah University High School for Boys) 
  • Murrow High School - Fine Arts Program 
  • North Shore Hebrew Academy 
  • Poly Prep Country Day School 
  • Ramaz 
  • Rambam Mesivta High School on LI
  • SAR High School
  • Shulamith High School for Girls
  • Staten Island Technical High School 
  • Westchester Hebrew High School
  • Y.D.E.
  • Yeshivah of Flatbush High School  

 We look forward to seeing the list grow with each graduating class.