Sophomores Display Projects at Science Fair

By Sumaya Ahmed ‘18 & Ashley Masih ‘18          The stage was set for the sophomore researchers as they present their projects for all of the research students to see.          Sophomore researchers were brought to the present on May 24 for the annual science fair. Coordinated by Mr. Glenn Elert, the presenters each had a project that research teachers Ms. Shaniece Mosley and Ms. Stacy … Continue reading Sophomores Display Projects at Science Fair

Halal Hornets Take on Muslim Interscholastic Tournament

By Sumaya Ahmed ‘18 The Halal Hornets arrived at Columbia University for the annual Muslim Interscholastic Tournament (MIST) on March 18, 19, and 26. The competition included top high schools, guest speakers, and a variety of contests. “It’s amazing to see students all around New York participating in so many competitions,” said Ms. Maysoun Mansour, the coach for the team. “It allowed me to connect … Continue reading Halal Hornets Take on Muslim Interscholastic Tournament

Drama Students Go On Wicked Adventure

By Sumaya Ahmed ‘18 and Zumen Javed ’18 Face painting, professional acting, and flashy costumes thrilled the drama students who attended the broadway show Wicked: The Musical for a class trip on November 16 sponsored by the Theater Development Fund. Drama teacher Ms. Liz Bommarito said, “I was hoping my students would learn theater etiquette and that they would learn that plays are meant to … Continue reading Drama Students Go On Wicked Adventure

Mr. Stack Named A.P. of Organization

By Sumaya Ahmed ‘18 Driven by dedication, responsibility, and love for our high school, Mr. Alan Stack was named Assistant Principal of Organization (APO) this year. A former teacher for the science department and Assistant Principal of Programming, accepting the role of APO was a privilege.   “I go through rolls, why stick to a routine? Change is good, which is part of the reason … Continue reading Mr. Stack Named A.P. of Organization