• Over 50 students were recognized for their academic, attendance, fundraising or leadership efforts at this month's PTA meeting.

    Interim Acting Principal Anthony Cromer presented award certificates and this month's Dean's List recipients.

    Superintendent Juan Mendez also attended and spoke briefly with parents and students about the path to success.

    He informed parents and students to take advantage of College Now courses, internship and scholarship opportunities, and how to continue to build and expand on the success of East-West.

  • To All East-West Teachers and Staff,

    Thank you for making a difference and all you do.

    We appreciate your hard work and dedication!

    Please visit the Staff Room on Friday, May 5 for breakfast starting at 7:00 am

    From The PTA

  • Wishing safe travels to our fellow teachers, Mrs. Chang, Mrs. Rengifo, and Ms. Seide, who have spent months planning, organizing, and meeting with parents to ensure that our students: Corey Cheung, Mina Cheung, Destyn Hall, Karen Lin, Rita Lin, Dorothy Lu, and Heidi Tuyen experience all the wonders China and relations with our Sister School, Hangzhou No.14 Secondary School has to offer.

    Getting ready to experience 15+ hours on an airplane.

    Good Evening East-West,

    We arrived in Hangzhou early this morning and had a very busy day! After enjoying an energy packed buffet breakfast, we were on our way to our sister school. There we had a meeting with the principal and some student ambassadors, a campus tour, and the opportunity to sit in on some AP classes. 

    Starting the day with a buffet breakfast with students from our sister school.

    A large digital billboard welcomed us to Hangzhou No. 14 Secondary School.

    Our students exchanging contact information with each other.

    Comparing one AP class from the next.

    Great day for a tour of the campus.

    Stay tuned to learn more about their experiences and view more photos from China...



    Wednesday, April 5, 2017

    All 11th grade students will take the SAT.

    All 10th graders will take the PSAT.

    Our previously requested release of 9th and 12th graders on April 5th has been canceled by the DOE.


    • Students in grades 9 and 12 will follow a special schedule for the entire day. Students will eat lunch in the cafeteria period 5.
    • Students in grades 10 and 11 will be served a bagged lunch after they finish their exams and will follow a special schedule for the remainder of their school day. Students WILL NOT BE RELEASED until their regular Wednesday dismissal time.
    • Middle school students will follow their regular schedule.
  • Dear East-West Families,

    It has been a true honor to serve the East-West students, staff, and community for the past 11 years. East-West School has been my family since I founded it back in 2006. We have grown from being a small staff of 10 teachers and 150 students to a vibrant community of 683 students and 70 staff. Our school is recognized as one of the best unscreened schools in New York in no small part from the hard work of our families and our students. Thank you for everything you have done.

    It is with pride and sadness that I announce that effective immediately, I will be moving on with my career. I have been asked to become the principal of Forest Hills High School in District 28. Though this is one of the most difficult changes I have had to make, I have no doubt that our talented staff and amazing students are up to the challenge and will maintain the high quality of our school. I am confident that our SLT and New York City Department of Education will appoint my successor in the next 90 days.

    Thank you for all of your support over the years. It has been an honor to work with you.


    Ben Sherman