• AP Biology Mealworms

    This year, our AP Biology classes have been working on a yearlong research project, analyzing how the life cycle of mealworms is affected by the consumption of styrofoam. We were funded this year by the NY Academy of Sciences Scientist in Residence (SiR) program, and a group of students will present our research to SiR scientists from across the city. These students chose to make a video of this presentation instead of presenting live, and they worked really hard with me to analyze our data, write a script and other materials for the video, record it all, and narrate it, all while also preparing for our AP exam this week!
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  • Trigonometry Project

    Click here to view students using a hands on real world application of geometry! 

    History: The clinometer is a tool used by plumbers, miners, sailors and many others to measure angles of elevation. The clinometer was invented in 1989 and is still used today to measure the heights of objects that difficult to measure.

    Purpose: In this trigonometry project, students constructed clinometers using protractors, straws, paper clips, a small weighted object and string. They worked in pairs to indirectly measure the heights of tall objects in the auditorium such as the balcony, windows, and projector using trigonometry.

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  • Class of 2022

    Click here for a short video celebrating the Class of 2022.

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  • Important Events: Spring 2022

    Please view the attachment for important events for Spring 2022. 

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  • Spring 2022 AP Exam Schedule

    Dear Students, 

    Please view the attachment for the Spring 2022 AP Exam Schedule. 

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  • Spring 2022 Tutoring

    Dear Students, 

    Please see the attached link for the spring 2022 tutoring schedule. 


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  • Town Hall

    To learn more about Town Hall, please click here to see the presentation by the Student Equity Council. 

    The Student Equity Council, Data, Curriculum & Instruction and Equity Education make up the four branches of the HSTAT Equity Committee. This month, the Student Equity Council put together a town hall for HSTAT students and staff. The purpose of the town hall was to gather people together to discuss topics that impact us everyday and what we can do as a community to address them. Student leaders from various clubs created workshops to inform and discuss the following topics: transgender and non-binary awareness, the invasion of Ukraine, and the ongoing conflict between Palestine & Israel. See the following slide show to learn more and for resources on these topics. 

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  • Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) Food Benefits

    For more information regarding Pandemic EBT please visit this link:

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  • NYC COVID Brochure

    Need assistance with fighting COVID or advice on how to stay safe? Check out the links below!

    What You Need to Safely Separate at Home and Fight COVID-19

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  • AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award

    I am excited to share we have received the AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award. Congratulations to our SEP teachers, Brian Mueller, Juan Sosa, and Karen Guzman, and to our entire community for encouraging students to continue to challenge themselves. 

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  • Absence Form Reminder

    Dear Students, 
    I just wanted to remind you all of our absence form procedure. 
    • Please email Ms. Shepard if you test positive for Covid-19.

    • Please complete this form for each day that you will not be in the building.

    • Please log into your google classroom and complete the assignments that your teachers will post there.

    • Please bring a note from your parent/guardian when you return to school. Have each of your teachers sign the note and then place the signed note in the folder on the attendance office door. 

    • Reach out to your teachers or grade advisor if you have any questions.  

    You can also access the absence form by scanning this QR code:
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We are committed to ongoing communication and prompt consultation with parents — parents can expect to be advised about all school-related issues. Our school uses the PupilPath website to bring you immediate information regarding your child’s education. PupilPath allows you to view your child’s assignments and projects along with the dates when they are due, as well as your child’s performance in each class including homework, classwork, tests, and projects. Using PupilPath you can also view your child’s transcript and graduation eligibility status. In addition, PupilPath enables secure communication between staff, students, and their families. School announcements and a calendar of upcoming events are posted on the website regularly. An active PTA is our partner in parent outreach, jointly sponsoring numerous parent workshops on current topics of interest to the school community. In addition to being members of all policy committees, the PTA offers teacher grants, student scholarships, and other financial support to the school.