What a Great Holiday Party!
Whoa! That was seriously one stupendous holiday party. Our student performances brought down the, well, cafeteria: energy-pumping dancers, glee singers covering everything from holiday standbys to Stevie Wonder, guitarists strumming with the best of them, and the drama club mining daily PSC life for all its comic potential. (Let's all agree that we have some very good-humored teachers.) People snapped up new PSC merch, and three lucky raffle winners went home with Brooklyn
New PCS Swag for Sale
If you haven't seen it yet, we have new school merch to help you show your PSC pride: water bottles and knit hats. Water bottles are $5; hats are $10. The PTA will set up a table at lunch some time in the new year; watch for an announcement.
Middle School Arts and PE Cycle Changes
Beginning January 4, our 6th graders will have the opportunity to learn a new art form! All students who began the year in Art will move to Glee; those in Glee will move to Guitar and those in Guitar will move to Art. On March 28, 6th graders will shift one last time so that everyone spends about a third of the year in each course. Also on January 4, 6th graders will begin a new PE cycle. Swimmers will move to the gym and a new group will start swimming. We will switch agai
PSC Sports: Basketball and Volleyball Games, Tryouts, and More
Congratulations to the high school boys basketball team for their win Friday over Prospect Heights High School! Their next home game is Wednesday, Dec. 9. The next high school girls basketball game is Friday, Dec. 11. Games start at 4:30 p.m. The middle school girls volleyball team will play their first home game at 9 a.m. this Saturday, Dec. 12., in the fourth-floor gym. Student who want to join the volleyball team are welcome at any time. Practices are Thursdays and Fri
SING comes to PSC and the John Jay Campus!
This week we learned that Park Slope Collegiate is one of ten high schools in New York City that have been added to SING, a program in which students write, cast, rehearse and perform their own musicals. As a co-located school, PSC will collaborate with the other John Jay Campus high schools in this new theatrical activity. “SING is a perfect opportunity for the students at the John Jay Campus to collectively strengthen and showcase their theater, dance, music and produ