Gay Straight Alliance
High School Student Government
Middle School Student Government
Free After-school Programs at PSC
New York Edge (Formerly "Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation" (SASF))
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BRIC Arts Program: BRIC offers classes for high school students in media and in animation from February through June. Students can see Ms. Jaffe for more information or Ms. Lembo for a flyer. Media classes are Tuesdays and Fridays, and animation classes are Tuesdays and Thursdays, both in Room 429 (Ms. Jaffe's art room).
Annual PSC Community Events for Student and Families
Back to School Picnic: School-wide celebration for students, families, teachers, and administration.
Curriculum Night: Teachers will present curriculum plans for the school year.
Honor Roll Breakfast
Sixth Grade Funnanigans Celebration: Evening social celebration for students, parents, and siblings. A great way to meet the parents of your child's new friends, talk about your year so far, and get to know the teachers a little better. Bring swimsuits, towels, sneakers. Dinner will be served but dishes to pass are welcome!
6th grade Funnanigans Family Party
Presentation Night: Join us as we highlight exhibits from all ages in the school, including the seniors' Brooklyn History exhibit, performances by the Glee Club and guitar group, as well as 6 - 12 grade artwork. Brooklyn History exhibit is the culminating event of an academic research unit in which students interview people in different Brooklyn neighborhoods and present original photography of locations important to their research.
Atlantic Theater Company Show: Linda Gross Theater 336 W. 20th St, Manhattan
Honor Roll Breakfast
Student Government March Madness Activities
9th Grade Trip to Frost Valley
Career Day: Contact Zandra Cuevas ZCuevas2@schools.nyc.gov to volunteer!
Atlantic Theater Junior Production
Middle School Stepping-Up and High School Graduation Activities
6th Grade Team Building Trip
7th Grade Trip to a live taping on the set of Democracy Now
9th Grade Trip to Rockefeller Center
11th Grade Trip to Washington D.C.