• After School Activities

    Do you need help with homework? Do you feel athletic? Are you interested in discovering any hidden talents? 

    Then you're in Luck!

    Ask your advisor for CFL's after school schedule of all the great activities we have to offer. You will find homework help and tutoring in any subject, College prep, PSAL sports, Clubs, arts and crafts, and mentoring.

     Gooooooooooooooooo HEAT!

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  • Have a Great Four Day Weekend!

    "Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn."

                                                                         -Benjamin Franklin 

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  • Welcome to 2017-2018 School Year!

    Students, please be sure to take these first two weeks to look over the SWEL Course Catalog to choose the elective that interests you most. Remember to fill out your preference sheet during advisory. 

    Have a Great first week of school!


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  • Saturday Academy

    Take advantage of Saturday Academy Regents Prep 2017 to prepare for your regents.

    • Saturday, May 13 (10am – 2pm)
    • Saturday, May 20 (10am – 2pm)
    • Saturday, June 3 (10am – 2pm)
    • Saturday, June 10 (10am – 2pm)


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  • SAT and PSAT

    Wednesday, April 5th 2017 are the PSAT and SAT.  SAT Prep occurs Tuesdays, from 3:45 – 5:45 pm in rooms 327 and 328.  Students across communities planning to take the SAT are encouraged to attend.  Instruction will target the English and Math sections of the SAT



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  • Town Hall!

    The Week of March 6th is each community's Town Hall. 

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  • Saturday Academy, January 21, 2017

    Join us for our last Saturday Academy this weekend on January 14th 2017. Use this opportunity to prepare for your January Regents with your teachers. 

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  • 2017 Here We Come!

    School is in session!

    "A person who never made a mistake never tried something new."

    -Albert Einstein

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  • Winter Recess!

    Friday, December 23rd all after school programs are cancelled. Have a relaxing and entertaining break. See you back in school at the start of the new year, January 3rd 3017!



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  • City Harvest Food Drive

    This year our Best Buddies group is teaming up with City Harvest and the Daily News for a Holiday Season Food Drive.  The drive will run from November 28 until December 16, 2016.  Staff and students for the 9th, 10th, and 11th grades should leave donations in the marked box in your community offices.  12th grade students and staff should drop their donations in room 217. 

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SPHS Athlete Expectations

  1. Equipment. Wear shorts, a clean T-shirt, and basketball shoes to practice. Bring any medical equipment you need, like an ankle or knee brace. Don’t bring a ball.

  2. Punctuality. Be on time to practices and games. We have little gym time available, so it’s important to take advantage of every minute.

  3. Absences. When you play a team sport, you’re committing to attend every practice and game. When you’re absent, you miss a chance to improve and help the team. If you miss the practice before a game, you can’t play in that game. If you miss practice or a game for an “unexcused reason” (like choosing to play another sport), it will hurt your playing time in the next game.

  4. Effort. Do your best every time you walk on the court. Your teammates and coach are counting on you.

  5. Enthusiasm. Bring a positive attitude to every practice and game, regardless of whether the team is winning or losing games. We expect players and parents to provide unconditional enthusiasm throughout the season.

  6. Respect, dignity, and tolerance. Treat your teammates and coaches like you want them to treat you-with respect, dignity, and tolerance.

  7. Team Player. The team comes ahead of any person on the team. Do your best to help teammates play better.

  8. Sportsmanship. We expect you to display good sportsmanship at all times. We’ll talk about what that means during the season.

  9. Playing Time. Playing time isn’t automatic. You have to earn the right to play in games. If you work hard in practice and have a positive attitude, you’ll play in every game. If you don’t you won’t.

  10. Successful season. Sure, we’ll try to win as many games as possible, but the key goals are to improve, to work as hard as we can, and to have fun. I have no doubt we’ll achieve those goals!

Academic Eligibility

The 5+1 Rule - In order to gain and/ or maintain eligibility a student-athlete must pass five credit bearing courses (not 5 credits) + physical education, if taken, in the most recent final marking period (January or June). In addition, a student-athlete must pass five credit bearing courses + physical education in the marking periods closest to December 1st and /or April 15th to continue his/her eligibility.

Incoming 9th grade student-athletes are eligible to compete in PSAL activities immediately upon entry into high school. The second report card is the first report card used to determine academic eligibility for 9th grade students.

A senior programmed for 4 or 5 classes who fails one class, in his/her senior year, will be eligible for PSAL so long as the failed class is not required for graduation.

The date report cards are issued within a school is the official date for determining PSAL eligibility.

At least three of the five subjects passed must be core subjects – English, Mathematics, Social Studies, and/or Science.

The 10 Credit Rule - A student-athlete must accumulate a minimum of ten (10) credits, not including physical education, in the two semesters prior to the eligibility period (all credits accumulated in n night s school and summer school are included). This rule takes effect beginning with a student's third semester in high school.

90-minute double periods in core subjects, can count as 2 subjects toward the 5+1 rule and 2 credits toward the 10 credit rule.

When a student-athlete has satisfied the requirements for graduation, any credit bearing courses may be used to evaluate eligibility for the 5 + 1 rule requirement.

A student-athlete programmed for fewer than 5 classes must pass all his/her classes in order to fulfill the 5+1 rule requirement.

A student-athlete must obtain a minimum GPA (grade point average) of 65 on the report card used for evaluating eligibility.

Academic eligibility, at the beginning of each term, is determined by the final grades of the previous term. Grades that are earned in summer school, and accepted by the home school, shall be counted as grades for the previous June. A passing summer school grade may be used in calculating the June GPA requirement.

A student-athlete who is academically ineligible may become academically eligible by passing five credit bearing subjects and physical education in the most recent marking period, provided the student fulfills the 10 credit rule and the GPA requirement.

An ineligible student-athlete may practice with a team provided he/she has an updated medical and parent consent form on file and is listed on the roster. All student-athletes who practice with a team must be listed on the roster as Active or Inactive. Student-athletes listed on the roster as Inactive may not participate in any games (league and non-league).

Attendance Requirements

In order to maintain eligibility within a marking period a student-athlete must maintain a minimum of 90% school attendance in the marking period used for eligibility evaluation. The 90% attendance requirement is not cumulative.

A student-athlete must be present in school and must attend all scheduled classes in order to participate in any tryout, practice, scrimmage, or contest on that day.


If you have any questions or concerns, please call K. Romero(Athletic Director) at 718-840-1900 ext.4231