(posted March 27, 2015)
A Visit From Tony Hiss
On March 4, students at HSAS were treated to a visit from Historian and Author Tony Hiss, also known as the son of Alger Hiss - defendant in the most controversial espionage case in the Cold War. He gave a presentation on his father and his experiences, and took questions from our Juniors.
Thanks to Ms. Genao and the Language Department, HSAS put together a fun week of foreign flix, dance lessons, poetry, and of course food! View some photos of the culinary extravaganza below!
Moot Court Champions!!
The HSAS Moot Court Team is the best in the city! On Tuesday, December 9, the team beat Brooklyn Tech in the final round of the competition. Congratulations to their coach, Ms. Peterson, and to the Dechert Law Firm, which assisted our students throughout the competition.
Compost for a Cookie: 9th graders clamied victory in this contest, as they brought in 135 pounds of food wastes over a span of two weeks. 10th graders were a close second, bringining a total of 132 pounds. Thanks to the entire HSAS community for contributing almost 340 pounds of organic matter for our compost bins!
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!
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.