But, like the community surrounding it in South Jamaica, August Martin High School is straining to keep its head above water.
The majestic doorways open to another, more oppressive set that lead to metal detectors.
The list of names is also useful for getting together a August Martin High School reunion if you don't have a complete list of the students from your graduating class of August Martin High School.
Many more August Martin alumni from all graduation years have posted their profiles on Classmates.com®. Check for August Martin alumni that graduated the same year as you below.
525 students, or 77.4% of the student population at August Martin High School identify as African-American, making up the largest segment of the student body.Register to let other graduates of August Martin High School find and contact you.We realize that a August Martin High School year book may be hard to find so registering to complete your school's Virtual Yearbook may be the next best thing to finding August Martin High School yearbooks.The names listed below are alumni who have been searched for on this site from August Martin High School in Jamaica, New York.If you see your name among the August Martin High School graduates, someone is looking for you!An automatic 2-year extension for implementing the additional Social Studies and English credits required for the Class of 2016 was available to districts that applied. [Back to Top] * Students need to meet a graduation score, set by the State Board of Education in August 2015, to meet graduation requirements.For these districts, the credit requirements for the Class of 2015 are extended through the Class of 2018. The graduation score is different from the college- and career-ready score (Level 3 on the Smarter Balanced assessments).In addition, we encourage you to post your profile in the alumni directory, share information about the school activities you were involved with and reconnect with August Martin High School alumni.August Martin High School is a New York City public high school located in South Jamaica, Queens, at 156-10 Baisley Boulevard.( From the outside, the high school is absolutely beautiful.The hulking, three-story facility is punctuated by four massive columns and tall golden doors.