• The father of one of our eight graders, Jivika Singh, who works for the United Nations, gave our students a private tour.  We visited the General Assembly and viewed artifacts from World War II.   Our students are currently collaborating with students from other states and nations to write resolution papers.

    Congratulations to our students who have been working diligently the past couple of days and Ms. Williams for organizing this event.


  • Our HS Japanese level 2 class had a lot of fun at Harumatsuri Spring Festival yesterday, March 19 at the United Nations International School in Manhattan. The Harumatsuri Spring Festival is a unique event for high school students studying Japanese throughout the New York area.  Our students met students from other high schools all over NYC and had many kinds of hands-on activities together.  Many thanks to our Japanese teacher, Mrs. Wilson for organizing this trip, and Mr. Silaco for supporting and spending a long day with us!

    Congratulations to Haejin Yang who was selected as a finalist for the Japanese Speech Contest of Northeast Region.  She made a wonderful speech all in Japanese in the contest. Unfortunately she was not selected as top 3, but the story she shared was sad but sweet, it touched everyone's heart.

    Three students from our school were selected as Honorable Mention in the pamphlet cover design contest. They are Ganjina Gafarova, Haejin Yang, and Kayla Barthelemy. 

    Click here to view more photos from this event.

  • From NYC Schools: Due to expected severe weather conditions, all New York City district schools will be CLOSED tomorrow, Wednesday, March 21, 2018.

    P/SAT School Day is rescheduled for Tuesday,  April 24.  More information will follow.

  • At the crack of dawn, our 8th graders boarded a bus to spend this weekend visiting our nation's capital.  One of their stops includes laying of a wreath in a ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington Cemetery.

    Stay tuned for more photos from the Spy Museum, Pre-National Cherry Blossom Festival around the National Mall, presidential monuments, and museums galore. 

  • Members of our Judo Club had the opportunity to train at the International Judo Center in Flushing NY. 

    Led by our Judo Instructor, Hien Pham, our athletes went up against some of the best young Judo players in New York State.

    Congratulations to all of them for their hard work and performance.  They represented East-West with good spirit and respect.