Ms. Mosely joined the College Prep team in February 2017 with over 18 years of experience in the New York City Department of Education. Under her leadership, graduation rates have increased significantly and students are going to top tier colleges upon graduation. She believes in the importance of advancing intergenerational economic mobility and has invested in securing apprenticeships for students at some of the most prominent corporations in New York City. Students begin their exposure to college as early as grade 6 and accelerate, beginning in 7th grade, to earn three Regents exams and high school credit before moving up to our 9th grade. She is an experienced and committed mathematics educator that believes all students can achieve their dreams if given the absolute best support and education. In 2016, she was honored to be inducted into the NYC Leadership Institute, a group of outstanding city agency executives, to lead organizational change initiatives. In June 2022, ACPCE was privileged to be named a winner of the 21st Century Learning Center Community School grant by the New York State Department of Education.
Mrs. Mohagna-Klein's passion for education can be seen through her active involvement with both staff and students. She specializes in the humanities, and is well versed in instructional development. Her constant energy, enthusiasm, and support for those around her contribute to the overall positive school environment.
Mr. Pestano brings passion and dedication to College Prep. His focus and dedication to the sciences is evident in his daily interactions with students and staff. He ensures that all students who need intervention receive the highest level of support.
PSAL Athletic Director
Mr. Anderson has spent over a decade at the Academy for College Preparation and Career Exploration. His zeal for physical education and high school athletics has had a major impact on the Academy for College Preparation and Career Exploration and the entire Erasmus Hall Campus. His continued contributions have influenced the culture of the campus, which led him to become the Dean of Students and PSAL Athletic Director.