School Pic 2Location: Just one short block from the Subway.

Blackhawk Security School Google Reviews: Click on link below:
https://g.co/kgs/zAymO

This is our main branch:
2650 Morris Avenue, Bronx, NY 10468
Between Kingsbridge Road and 193rd Street.
Just One short Block from Subway

Subway:# 4 or D or B – trains (rear carriage) to Kingsbridge Road.Google Map Address

Buses: Bx 9, 22, 26, 28 or 32 to Jerome Avenue and Kingsbridge Road

Conveniently located JUST ONE Block from the # 4 and two short blocks from the D or B trains to Kingsbridge Road

NYC Transit Subway and Bus Directions
Please Click on Link : http://tripplanner.mta.info/

Driving Directions – If you are driving, there is a parking lot (small fee)  for the entire day on Jerome Avenue (195th street) and another Jerome (198th street).

Please use the the parking lot if you are driving.  $6 for the entire day Do not double park.  You may get a ticket.  Best to use the subways or buses

Please click on Link : http://www.mapquest.com/directions

Please note: #4 Train, make right after exiting Turnstiles, Take stairs to the Right, Make Left on Kingsbridge Road, Walk one Block to Morris Avenue, Make Right on Morris Avenue, next to Texas Fried Chicken. 2650 Morris Avenue

Please note:
D Train, please take the back (rear carriage) of the train to Kingsbridge Road. Walk Straight after Exiting Turnstiles to the Underpass, Make Right at Underpass, Walk two short blocks to Morris Avenue, Make Left on Morris Avenue, Next to Texas Fried Chicken. 2650 Morris avenue

Tel: 718-684-8943 / 718-877-6040
Please call Monday to Saturday 8am to 7pm

Please note: All students must bring a black ink pen, pencil, state or government picture ID and a note pad.

There are NO HIDDEN COST.
Our school policy is HONESTY IS THE BEST POLICY.

We are Licensed by the STATE of New York Division of Criminal Justice Services

We were featured in the New York Times where one of our student completed a 47-hour armed guard training course at Blackhawk Security School in the Bronx: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/10/nyregion/10entry.html?_r=1

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