Icahn Charter Schools

Superintendent: Jeffrey Litt

Deputy Superintendent: Daniel Garcia

Principal: Marcy Glattstein

Staff Developer: Jason Cartagena

Upcoming Events

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  • STEAM Fair

    Icahn Charter Schools will hold school-level and network-level STEAM Fairs this year. 

    Kindergarten - 4th Grade on June 6

    Grades 5 - 8 on June 8

    Winners from each grade will compete against grade-level peers at the Network STEAM Fair.  Please see the attached letter from Mr. Litt.

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  • School Lottery


    From Wednesday, November 8, 2017 - Monday, April 9, 2018, we will be accepting applications for students entering grades Kindergarten through 8th in September, 2018.  Each grade has two classes with eighteen students in each class.  

    The direct link to the Online Common Application is:


    All applications must be received by 11:59 pm on Monday, April 9, 2018.  The lottery will be held on Friday, April 13, 2018.  

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  • Icahn 3 Announces Awareness Days for the 2017-2018 School Year

    This school year we are excited to introduce a new initiative, “Awareness Days.” The purpose of “Awareness Days” is to foster a sense of unity, friendship and positive energy within the school environment. On “Awareness Days” students and staff are welcome to wear non-dress code honoring the monthly “awareness color” or costume. In addition, teachers will incorporate in their lesson plans the monthly core value. This will enhance and contribute to the school’s positive atmosphere. Please find attached the school’s “Awareness Day Calendar” for your record.

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Hispanic Heritage Awareness Day

Here are some helpful tips for parents to provide alternatives to video gaming.

 Alternative to Gaming English.pdf 

 Alternativas a Gaming Spanish.pdf 

NYC Junior Ambassador Program

Icahn Charter School 3 is excited to announce that it was chosen as one of the elite schools to participate in the NYC Junior Ambassador Program for the 2017-2018 school year. Students will be working with members of the United Nations to discuss and tackle issues concerning human and civil rights that occur both nationally and internationally. Congratulations to Ms. Nani our Middle School Social Studies Teacher for leading this initiative.

NYC Junior Ambassadors