John Bowne High School
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|John Bowne High School|
|63-25 Main Street
Flushing, New York
|Motto||The Relentless Pursuit of Success|
|Faculty||148.44 (on FTE basis)|
|Grades||9 to 12|
|Student to teacher ratio||22.83:1|
|Color(s)||Navy Blue, gray, white|
John Bowne High School is a public high school located in Flushing, New York, and has an enrollment of nearly four thousand students. The school, which opened in 1964, is named after the English immigrant John Bowne. John Bowne High School offers multiple programs including a science research program, a writing program, and an agriculture program.
Doshi is the name of the research program. It puts the students though a variety of tasks in the areas of math, science, medicine, and technology. The program is privately funded by Doshi Diagnostics.
The Doshi students are also able to compete in a variety of competitions such as Bridge Building.
Center For Writing
Center For Writing (CFW) is an intensive writing program offered by the school that focuses on certain aspects of writing that are not found in the other programs.
John Bowne contains its own farm which the Agriculture program uses to teach agriculture related activities. A farm located within the vicinity of the school provides students enrolled into the program exposure and experience with farm related work. The two concentrations within the program are Animal Science and Plant Science. Perry is the head.
John Bowne's male athletic teams consist of: Varsity Baseball and JV Baseball, Varsity Basketball and JV Basketball, Varsity Bowling, Coed Cricket, Cross Country, Coed Golf, Varsity Handball, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, Varsity Soccer, Varsity Tennis, Varsity Volleyball, and Varsity Wrestling.
John Bowne's female athletic teams consist of: Varsity Basketball, Cross Country, Varsity Handball, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, Varsity Soccer, Varsity Tennis, Varsity Volleyball and JV Volleyball.
Notable graduates include animation historian Jerry Beck, major league pitcher Heathcliff Slocumb, world featherweight boxing champion Kevin Kelley, and brothers Bob and Harvey Weinstein, film producers and founders of Miramax Films and the Weinstein Company. Also Ehinomen Ehikhamenor a boxer who was on the Television show The Contender was a student at John Bowne High School.
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