William Cullen Bryant High School

William Cullen Bryant High School

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William Cullen Bryant High School, or William C. Bryant High School, and Bryant High School for short, is a secondary school located in Queens, New York City, New York, United States serving grades 9 through 12.


It is named in honor of William Cullen Bryant, an American romantic poet, journalist, and long-time editor of the New York Evening Post. He is most known for his work as one of the creators of Central Park in Manhattan, New York.


Approximately 3,200 students are enrolled. The ethnic make-up of the school is 50% Hispanic, 27% Asian, 15% White, and 8% African American. The school has a relatively low graduation rate of 50.3% and an attendance rate of 88.8% As of 2008, the school principal is Mr. Aaron Perez.

The school in popular culture

  • William Cullen Bryant was the school in the popular film A Bronx Tale. Robert DeNiro visited the school.
  • Two episodes of the hit TV show Ugly Betty were shot in the School. One was shot in the lunch room. The episode featured Lindsay Lohan who also visited the school. The episode was called "Granny Pants".

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