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Manhattan Comprehensive Night + Day High School is a one-of-a-kind public high school for non-traditional students ages seventeen to twenty-one. Students can attend either night or day classes while working full-time and attending to adult responsibilities.

We offer a full academic Regents diploma - not a GED.  Our graduates  go on to CUNY and SUNY, as well as private colleges.
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All of our students receive support from Comprehensive Development, Inc. Read more about CDI and our partnership or visit the Student Life Center

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