Archive: News

Pestopalooza, 2017

October 5, 2017

Room 119 now smells like a garlic farm.  This room became a large-scale pesto making facility on Wednesday, as overflowing trays of basil from the garden found their way into  READ MORE >

Colleges are visiting HSAS!

September 27, 2017

Colleges are now sending representatives to HSAS to speak to interested students.  Either during lunch or after school, Juniors and Seniors have opportunities to learn about many college programs, and  READ MORE >

HSAS Senior Publishes Her Work

September 5, 2017

On August 25, The New York Times published an op-ed piece, written by senior Ariella Rosen, about Charles Stover, NYC Parks Commissioner from 1910-1913. Congratulations to Ariella for using her  READ MORE >

A bumper potato crop at HSAS

September 27, 2017

In case you were wondering why your child arrived home with a bunch of dirty potatoes in the book bag….   Harvest season has begun at the HSAS Farm.  Last spring,  READ MORE >

New Freshmen

We look forward to meeting you and getting to know you better! At orientation in June, you received a self-evaluation to complete. Please bring your finished work on the first day  READ MORE >

Official Release of new Senior Movie

June 27, 2017

One of the smallest classes in HSAS history, but one of the most vocal ever, the Class of 2017 will certainly leave its mark at HSAS.  For those who want  READ MORE >

Career Day at HSAS

April 7, 2017

HSAS held its first Career Day on April 6, 2017. Among the many professionals that spoke with our students were HSAS graduates, parents, former staff, and friends of the school.  READ MORE >

The Curious Savage has a great run!

March 31, 2017

It was Opening Night for the Drama Club’s first play in HSAS history. The audience was in for an intriguing story performed by a great cast. What should an  READ MORE >

HSAS Celebrates Diversity

February 10, 2017

HSAS proudly showcased its international community of students on Friday, February 10. Albanian, Bengali, Chinese, Dominican, Ethiopian, Native American, Christian, Jewish, Muslim, were just some of the groups highlighted.  READ MORE >

AP Environmental Science braves the stink

Ms. Walsh’s AP Environmental Science Class visited the South Yonkers Sewage Treatment plant this fall. Students were able to view the sewage process from entry to final release. Happily,  READ MORE >

HSAS Staff Takes a Stand Against Hate

In response to the increased violence and bigotry in the weeks since the presidential election, the UFT called upon every school to launch a series of actions, starting November  READ MORE >

State Legislators Teach Gov classes at HSAS

State Senator Jeffrey Klein and State Assemblyman Jeffery Dinowitz both came by to discuss the nature of campaigning, the Electoral College process, and the latest on what is playing  READ MORE >