The East-West School of International Studies offers students an educational experience that is diverse and competitive. Our small school setting allows teachers to nurture the academic and social growth of students. We strive to help our learners build leadership skills and provide them with the tools necessary for college and beyond.
At East-West, students enrich their understanding of the relationship between Eastern and Western philosophies. Students study either Chinese, Japanese, or Korean languages and culture. Our students are passionate about the Asian curriculum and have opportunities to travel internationally during the summer. Explore our website, visit our school, and get to know our East-West family.
- East-West Information Sheet
- Top Questions from Prospective Families
- Official School Profile 2020-2021
2020-21 High School Virtual Open House:
East-West hosted a virtual Open House for prospective incoming 9th and 10th grade families on December 9, 2020 from 5:45 PM to 6:30 PM. Please click here to view the video archive of the Open House event: https://youtu.be/v_bz2mB3UiA
Applying as a Current 8th or 9th Grader who does NOT attend East-West now?:
Students who do not attend East-West as 8th graders will apply through our Ed. Opt program. Prospective students interested in our Ed. Opt program should complete a Supplemental Application form in addition to listing our Ed. Opt program on their high school application.
We fully support our students with IEPs in pursuing Regents and Advanced Regents Diplomas. We offer ICT, SETSS, Nest, and other IEP-mandated services. Please email Ms. Stephanie Roslyn with any questions about our services.
Registering for a New York public school
In order for a student to register for a New York City public school, the parent and the child must both appear, and must present:
- Verifiable proof of residence (see Section VII);
- Child’s birth certificate or passport;
- Child’s immunization records;
- Child’s latest report card/transcript (if available)