Students were recently welcomed at the Hartley lab at New York University for an immersive experience at the intersection of neuroscience, computer programming, and biases.
Author: Ricky Alexander
In a remarkable educational journey, students have recently delved into the history of tenement living in New York City, guided by the powerful legacy of muckraker Jacob Riis.
We recently had the pleasure of experiencing the dazzling spectacle of Moulin Rouge The Musical on Broadway, thanks to the generosity of @broadwaybridges.
Parents were invited to join in a poetry slam and gallery walk, where students showcased their understanding and artistic expression through spoken word poems and sonnets.
With the guidance of our partners at Westmoreland Sanctuary and Pono NYC, our students embarked on a journey that not only taught them valuable survival skills but also deepened their connection with nature.
As we bid farewell to another year, the High School for Climate Justice wrapped up the term with our annual Concert & Cocoa event. This cherished tradition brought our school community together, filling the halls with festive cheer before we all headed off for the Winter Break.
Bundled up, our Jaguar family set out for an adventure unlike any other – a winter hike through the wonderland of Westmoreland Sanctuary!
Students and parents recently participated in a late fall harvest of lettuce, cilantro, tomato saplings, and marigolds!