• After School Activities

    Do you need help with homework? Do you feel athletic? Are you interesting 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!

    Sunset Park High School
  • Have a Great Four Day Weekend!

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

                                                                         -Benjamin Franklin 

    Sunset Park High School
  • 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!

     

    Sunset Park High School
  • 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)

     

    Sunset Park High School
  • 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

     

     

    Sunset Park High School
  • Town Hall!

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

    Sunset Park High School
  • 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. 

    Sunset Park High School
  • 2017 Here We Come!

    School is in session!

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

    -Albert Einstein

    Sunset Park High School
  • 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!

     

     

    Sunset Park High School
  • 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. 

    Sunset Park High School

Early College Programs at Sunset Park High School

As of November  2017 (all programs subject to funding and university approval)

University in the High Schools program (University at Albany) - All coursework is taken during the day and the cost is absorbed by the school.

11th Grade—Environmental Science—all students are enrolled in this course but only those who meet the University at Albany’s admission’s requirement: 83% overall GPA, 83% average in Science coursework, receive college credit. 

12th Grade--General Biology (students select this course with a prerequisite overall GPA of 83% and an 83% in Science)

12th Grade—Reading Literature (students select this course with a prerequisite overall GPA of 83% and an 83% in English)

Brooklyn College College Now

Eligible students in 11th and 12th Grade earn college credits through Brooklyn College. There is no cost for the program and while students have been able to take some coursework at SPHS, students take the majority of courses on campus, which adds to the experience. Coursework is taken after school and/or on weekends.

NYU College Preview Program

Eligible, select students in the 12th Grade take college courses alongside NYU underclassmen. Although students do not earn credit for this experience, they do receive letters of participation which they can include in their college applications. The only cost is for transportation and textbooks, which the school will absorb. Coursework is taken after school.

LIU Early College Scholars Program

Early College Scholars program at Long Island University--Brooklyn. Students can take courses beginning in 11th Grade (in future years, admission to the program may begin as early as 10th Grade for eligible students). This program also includes leadership and STEM experiences for students as well as mentoring. The cost for the program is split by LIU and the student. Program occurs after-school and on weekends. The school will absorb the cost. This program is available through a partnership between LIU and the Office of Superintendent Michael Prayor.

Advanced Placement Opportunities (during the school day)

10th Grade—AP World History Prep—non-credit bearing (open access taken by choice during School-Wide Elective periods as a compliment to 10th Grade Global History)

11th Grade—AP Computer Science Principles (open access taken during School-Wide Elective periods with additional required time after school)

11th Grade—AP English Language and Composition (all 11th grade students take this course) *

12th Grade—AP Literature and Composition (open access to 12th Grade students who choose it)

12th Grade—AP Biology (open access to 12th Grade students who choose it)*

12th Grade—AP  Spanish Language and Composition (open access to 12th Grade students who choose it)

*AP for ALL (in conjunction with Equity and Excellence initiative jointly supported by Mayor DiBlasio and Chancellor Fariña)