The High School of American Studies is easy to reach either by car or by public transportation.

By Train: IRT No. 4 or the IND “D” line to Bedford Park Boulevard. The school is a five minute walk to the west. For more information about subway service, contact the New York City Transit Authority. Metro North’s Harlem line has a local stop at the Botanical Gardens station. The school is about 12 blocks due west on Bedford Park Boulevard. Metro North’s Hudson line has a local stop at the Marble Hill station. The school is about 13 blocks northeast. Contact Metro North for information about fares and schedules.

By Bus: Nine Bronx buses, including the 2, 10, 22 and 28, have stops at Lehman College. Express buses from Manhattan stop near the school, at Bedford Park Boulevard and the Grand Concourse. For more information about taking a bus to the Lehman campus, contact Rider Info through the MTA.

By Car: Two major highways are just a few minutes away from the school: the Van Cortlandt Park South exit off the Major Deegan Expressway (I-87) and the Mosholu Parkway exit off either the Bronx River Parkway or the Henry Hudson Parkway.

Parking: There is metered parking in front of the school on Goulden Avenue.