Clubs & Activities
IHSL Dream Team
The IHSL Dream Team is a club of adults and students who work together to support immigrants who are documented and undocumented. We discuss topics related to immigration and the impact policies have on people during weekly meetings. In addition, our goal is to teach our community about immigration policies and our rights. Want more information? Email email@example.com
IHSL Safe Space
Safe Space is a place where all students are respected and welcomed! It is a place of diversity that is free from discrimination. A place where you can feel free to be yourself regardless of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or immigration status. We accept and support everyone!
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IHSL Student Government
IHSL Explorer's Club
We give students experiential learning opportunities at various New York City sites with cultural, historical, and/or educational significance. Through the program, students learn to be more confident as an English speaking New Yorker. Our first trip of the school year will take place on Saturday, October 12, 2019.
IHSL Guitar Club
IHSL Saturday Intensives
We will meet on December 14 and 21, 2019 plus January 4 and 11, 2020.
IHSL Tennis Club
Anyone for tennis? Open to all who enjoy playing the sport at any level. We meet after school once a week during the months of September, October, November, April, and May.
STEM Saturdays - Free Design and Engineering Program at Cooper Union
Application Deadline: September 13, 2019
Event: September 21-December 14, 2019
Contact: Elizabeth Waters
STEM Saturdays invites students in grades 9-12 with interest in design and creative problem solving to explore how to use engineering to design and build solutions to real world challenges. During the 11 week program, students will learn to use design methods, fabrication tools (including 3D printing), laser cutting and hand tools, electronics, and coding as they work in teams to create a product. The program meets from 10:00am-4:00pm and is free. MetroCards and lunch are provided. Priority is given to students with no prior experience in engineering. Click here to apply and get more information.
ACE Mentoring Program
Contact: Ms Cindy in room 451
A free after-school mentorship program to introduce high school students to careers in architecture, engineering, and construction management. You will work with actual architects, engineers, and construction managers.