2019-2020 School Year

The new school year begins for all students on Thursday, September 5, at 8 AM. Students will receive fall programs at this time. College classes (except for College Now) begin  READ MORE >

HSAS PTA Welcomes Students & Parents to a New School Year

The first PTA Meeting is Tuesday, September 10 2019, immediately following curriculum night at the High School. All parents are encouraged to attend.  For more information, please contact us at READ MORE >

Summer Hours at HSAS

On most days, the school is open from 8 AM until 2 PM. Please remember that teachers and counselors do not work during the summer. Any messages left for them  READ MORE >

Class of 2020

To all students and parents:  Some updates are being made to the College page.  Make sure to view the recently uploaded Application Procedures on the College page over the summer.

Open House for Prospective Students

Save the date!  On Thursday, October 24, 2019, at 5:30 PM, we will host our annual Open House for prospective students.  There is no need to RSVP, but try to  READ MORE >

School News

Class of 2019 Senior Movie

The movie is now available for streaming!  See what made this such a memorable class, and why both the student body and faculty will be sorry to see this group  READ MORE >

Something new in the hallway

Two new water bottle fillers have been installed at HSAS.  Make sure to bring in your own water bottle to school this September, and you will be treated to filtered  READ MORE >

Tiananmen Square Presentation in the Lovinger Theater

On Tuesday, May 28, students and staff from selected classes were privileged to hear a presentation from Zhou Fengsuo and Rose Tang, both of whom, as college students, took part in  READ MORE >

Softball and Baseball Teams Make Playoffs

A bittersweet ending to an overall top notch season for the boys baseball team.  In the first round of the playoffs, the Senators lost a nail biter to the Queens  READ MORE >

Earth Day at HSAS

HSAS teamed up with the Jerome Park Friends & Neighbors to clean up two flower borders next to Harris Field on May 1.  No, it wasn’t on the real Earth  READ MORE >