About Us

Helen M. Marshall School started as P.S. 330. Our learning community was founded in 2010 to serve families in Corona, New York. From July 2010-August 2013 we were located in Elmhurst, New York. Our families advocated for a permanent building and we moved to our current home in 2013. We opened with 220 Kindergarten students and currently have over 600 students enrolled in Kindergarten through Grade 5.

In 2017 we were granted the opportunity to rename our school after Helen M. Marshall--the first African American Borough president of Queens.

The COVID-19 virus tested our community like few other threats have. We pay our respects to community members we have lost and we remain confident that our future is bright because of the strength of our community. Please see the 2020-2021 quick link below for information around how we are going to stay safe and learn during this public health crisis. And as always, follow parentsquare for daily announcements. 

We have 4 community values that guide the work and learning we do. These values were designed in the spirit of Helen M. Marshall and with input from students, staff and families.

Our Community Values are:

  • Collaboration

  • Compassion

  • Respect

  • Responsibility

Helen M. Marshall School

110-08 NORTHERN BOULEVARD, CORONA, NY, 11368                                     (718) 505-5110

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