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Here is a list of high schools that are being used as shelters in the five boroughs

Borough Location Name Address Population Served 

Bronx Lehman College 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West, Bronx All populations

Brooklyn Brooklyn Tech High School 29 Fort Greene Place, Brooklyn

 

Special Medical Needs Only

Brooklyn Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School 5800 20th Avenue, Brooklyn All populations Brooklyn John Jay High School 237 7th Avenue, Brooklyn All populations

Brooklyn Park Slope Armory 361 15th Street, Brooklyn

 

Special Medical Needs Only

Manhattan George Washington HS 549 Audubon Avenue, New York All populations

Manhattan High School of Graphic Arts 439 West 49th Street, New York All populations Manhattan Hunter College Hunter College 695 Park Avenue, New York All populations

Manhattan John Jay College 445 West 59th Street, New York

 

Special Medical Needs Only

Manhattan Seward Park High School 350 Grand Street, New York 

 

Evacuation Center Only

Queens Hillcrest High School 160-05 Highland Avenue, Queens All populations

Queens Queens College 65-30 Kissena Boulevard, Flushing All populations

Queens York College 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Boulevard All populations

Staten Island Susan Wagner High School 1200 Manor Road All populations

Staten Island Tottenville High School 100 Luten Avenue All populations

 

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