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It may be fashion week in the city, but students at one Staten Island school aren't talking about the latest styles on the runway. CBS 2's Don Champion has more. Official Site: http://newyork.cbslocal.com/ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/CBSNewYork Twitter: @cbsnewyork Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CBSNewYork
When Tottenville High School concert choir members were searching for a show-stopper to perform, the Queen classic "Bohemian Rhapsody" came up. Students see Freddie Mercury's existential lyrics, although written more than 40 years ago -- long before the teens were born -- as apropos to today's world, said choir director and music teacher Joanne Nolemi. "We went with 'Bohemian Rhapsody' because it is a hallmark of great pop music. Forty years later, today's kids love it. It's a masterpiece that resonates with every new generation," Nolemi said. Check out the full story on SILive.com: http://www.silive.com/news/2017/06/watch_tottenville_high_school.html#incart_river_home
MT. LORETTO, Staten Island -- It's a public school which is, by its creation, funded by all New York taxpayers. So the fact that it had a 10-foot-tall cross plastered across its facade was objectionable to at least one of the special needs school's families. Their complaint led to the cross being covered up, and that act is sparking its own objections. "It's crazy, to tell you the truth," said Tottenville resident Anthony Weber. "God forbid we complain about any other religious aspect of anything, and automatically, it's a hate crime." He was among some local residents who are dissatisfied with what the city's Department of Education has done about the situation. It placed a sign over the cross that reads, "South Richmond High School -- Home of the Panthers," a simple statement of fact...
Two days after a historic blizzard blanketed Staten Island with over two feet of snow, school resumed throughout the Island on Monday. We asked several parents picking up students at P.S. 55 in Eltingville how they fared. (Video by Amanda Steen)
Students from Staten Island Academy tell you what it's really like to go to their school.
I don't think any one student's experience can summarize an entire school but these are just my 'two cents' on the education and extracurricular activities at Staten Island Tech and advice on high school life in general. Btw, this was originally a 30 minute rant- sorry if the editing is confusing at times haha.
Kid talking shit then gets hit Black kid ran away like a pussy
RealEstateSINY.com interviews the principal of Moore Catholic High School, Robert Manisero, about the school's history, mission statement, and unique academic programs. Moore Catholic High School prides itself on its unique approach to learning; with its small student body of under 500 students, its international program, strong performing arts opportunities, and incentives for students of all academic abilities to reach for their highest potential, Moore Catholic High School is a Staten Island school worth a second look.
Saint Joseph's By the Sea High School in Staten Island prides itself on being a highly progressive school that is really making strides in technology. This is now the first Catholic School in the area to go completely "seamless". So what does that mean? Well, now every student, grades nine-through-twelve, are all putting down their pens and pencils and picking up iPad's. These tablets are provided to every student and are included in the cost of tuition. The school's Principal Father Reilly says that this program is working and the proof is in the pudding. Students' grades are up! “Now everything comes in electronically, the teacher grades it electronically, it's returned. Mom and dad can look at what the kids actually submitted,” he said. http://www.my9nj.com/story/27711829/staten-isla...