Final Exams - May and June 2013 (PDF)
Here are the dates for final exams in May and June 2013. The specific times and rooms will be announced in late May. Please note, the school year for students ends officially on Friday June, 21st and all students are expected to be available to complete final assessments. Teachers will announce further details about final assessments in classes.
Just a reminder, Tuesday, May 21st was changed to a Period 5-9 Half-Day.
Students in grades 9-10 have a required assembly immediately following period 8 at 11:05 in the auditorium.
We are excited to announce an evolution of our after-school Mandarin program. Working with the Chinese Flagship Center of Hunter College, starting in Fall of 2013, after-school Mandarin at the Campus Schools will be a more substantial program which can lead courses that earn Hunter College credit. In 2013-14, we will be offering Non-credit Introduction to Chinese, Part I and Part II (Fall Semester and Spring Semester, respectively) for all grades and Hunter College Elementary Chinese I (full year) for Grades 8 and up. For more details, see the attached course descriptions and sign-up form.
Hunter College Middle School debate teams won the top awards at the Middle School Public Debate Program National Championship Tournament hosted byClaremont McKenna College in Claremont, CA on April 20th. Hunter’s first place team won the Grand Final round, arguing against the proposition that “The U.S. President should have the authority to execute American citizens without judicial oversight.” “Hunter’s accomplishment is extraordinary. Out of thousands of students participating in the program this year across the country, their outstanding young debaters accomplished something no other school has ever done,” said Kate Shuster, Ph.D., founder and co-director of the MSPDP. Please click here for more details and to see the names of all the HCCS Winners
Hunter College High School will be hosting it’s Fifth Annual College Fair on Wednesday, April 24th, 2013. This fair is open to 11th grade students and their parents ONLY. 11th grade students will be able to attend the fair starting at 12:00 p.m., following the Half-Day.
For more information regarding the fair, please visit the HCHS College Fair website:
This year, we had 16 students compete in the New York City Science and Engineering Fair (NYCSEF) Finals round held on Tuesday March 19th at the American Museum of Natural History. All 16 of them won awards and 5 out of the16 have been selected to represent New York City at the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in May. Congratulations to our five ISEF finalists: Anna Blech, Stefan Colton, Alexander Epstein, Axel Feldmann, and Kalia Firester. We wish them good luck at the international competition in May! Please click here for more details and to see the names of all the Finalists