Our school is ranked #1 in the state of New York!
In US News’s latest list of the best high schools in the nation, HSAS was ranked #1 in New York City and New York State. We were ranked the thirty-second best high school in the nation. Congratulations to all members of the school community!
Mock Trial Team will be in Quarter Finals
The HSAS Mock Trial Team is among the top eight teams in New York City. The team will compete in the quarter-finals on Monday, April 28.
Denmark pays us a visit
Students from Denmark: paid us a visit in mid March. They spent some time in various classes, and got a chance to compare notes with their HSAS counterparts on education, health care, and politics.
This year's Moot Court Team made into the finals again: In the 2013 MENTOR city-wide Moot Court competition, the HSAS team went to the final round for the second consecutive year, but came in second in the city, bested this year by Brooklyn Tech. The photo below was taken at the Second Court of Appeals, and was judged by a panel of federal judges. A big round of congratulations to Ms. Peterson and the team!
Moot Court Finalists
HSAS X Country had an amazing season! This last October, all squads: the Varsity, JV, and Frosh-Soph took first place in the Boro Champs! An amazing feat for a small high school!
Congratulations to the HSAS Model UN Team for their victory at the Lab High School Model United Nations Competition last spring! Students competed in committees on topics ranging from a futuristic war to the illicit arms trade. The team took home 16 of the conference's 24 awards, including all 6 of the Best Delegate Awards. The Lab Conference was the second of the year, preceded by the Global Classrooms conference held at CCNY in February, where the team won the Secretary General's Award, and five of the six best delegate awards. We hope the team's winning streak continues, bringing them to the International Conference held in May at the United Nations.
Bulbplantapalooza: Students from the HSAS Environmental Club have now planted over 2,000 bulbs over the last few years in front of the school. This fall, extra effort was made to plant some tulip bulbs as well. Make sure to pay a visit to the school in April or May to view the results of these student labors.
HSAS is a member of the ACE (Alliance for Climate Education) network. The school is currently competing in thier "Biggest Loser" contest. Students are measuing energy use at the school, and looking for ways to lower our carbon footprint.
HSAS Athletics. Even though the fall sports season has come to a close, stay posted for the winter line up. Learn more about our athletic program.