Franklin D Roosevelt High School – Brooklyn, NY

General Information

School Name: Franklin D Roosevelt High School
School District: New York City Geographic District #20
County: Kings County

State: New York
Grades: 9Th Grade through 12Th Grade

Contact Information

Mailing Address

Franklin D Roosevelt High School
5800 20Th Ave
Brooklyn NY, 11204

Street Address

Franklin D Roosevelt High School
5800 20Th Ave
Brooklyn NY, 11204

Phone Number

(718) 621-8800

Student and Teacher Statistics

Total Students: 4283
Student/Teacher Ratio: 25.33:1
Full-Time Teachers:

Size Rank: 23rd largest high school in America
Free Lunch Eligible: nr
Reduced Lunch Eligible: nr

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  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Cheerleading
  • Cross country
  • Football
  • Golf
  • Soccer
  • Softball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Track
  • Volleyball
  • Wrestling

Important Dates is constantly updating this section with these dates as they become available. If you go to Franklin D Roosevelt High School, are a teacher or administrator there, or have a child that is a student there, if you know one of these dates, please post them in the comments section.

  • First Day of Class
  • Homecoming
  • Report Cards
  • Winter Break
  • Prom
  • Class Pictures
  • Graduation
  • Summer Break

Write A Review

Attention students, parents, teachers, administrators, employees and alumni of Franklin D Roosevelt High School. Please write a review of your experiences and your time at the school, so other people can know what a great place it is! Also, if you have a favorite teacher or someone else at the school that is special to you, be sure to mention them.

Please rate Franklin D Roosevelt High School on a 1 to 5 star scale, 5 stars being the best, for the following categories:

  • Teachers and academics.
  • Princial and administrators.
  • Classrooms and facilities.
  • Sports and extracurricular activities.
  • Parent and community involvement.

Data Source: NCES


  1. I went there from 1986 to 1990. It was a great school with great colorful teachers. Mr Green, Dr Wiener and Mr Doti come to mind. It was a melting pot of kids from different backgrounds and a fun school. I left that school believing I could do anything….I recieved a well rounded education.

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