How To Apply For
Home Instruction

In order to request Home Instruction Services the parent/guardian will need to notify the school’s guidance counselor and work with the school of affiliation to submit the following documents (High schools students also have to submit permanent record and transcript):

NOTE: Social Security Number is not required for HIPPA

Home Instruction Referral Form Medical Request for Home Instruction Authorization for Medical Release (HIPAA)
NYCDOE School Calendar
A Message from the Principal:


Per- Session Teaching Positions are Available.  Please complete the OP-175 found in the per session posting, the teacher application, and submit with a copy of your teaching license to the Home Instruction Office.
PS Application 2015-2016

                                                                   November 2015

Hello Home Instruction!! 


Thanksgiving is a special time of year and it is important to share gratitude.  May the good things in life surround you during this important holiday. 

As the Holiday Season begins, I want to thank each of you for your incredible dedication and tireless efforts with Home Instruction.  Each of you play a vital role in our program and I could not be more grateful for such an excellent team. 


With gratitude and appreciation I offer my most sincere thanks to you now and throughout the rest of the year.   Enjoy this joyous time and well deserved break with your friends, family and loved ones.  Be well. 




Ramona Pizarro


Home Instruction Schools

Chancellor's Regulations Middle School Academic Policy High School Academic Policy
What is Home Instruction?

     Home Instruction Schools provides educational services for all school aged children (grades K-12) who are unable to attend school due to orthopedic, non-orthopedic/medical, or psychiatric reasons. Home Instruction Schools services studentsin all five boroughs of NYC. Home Instruction is an interim, non-diploma granting program. Home Instruction provides academic services to limit the educational effects of a long-term absence (four weeks or more).