• Congratulations to Adam Goudjil

     Congratulations! Your student, Adam Goudjil has been selected as a winner for the outstanding poetry entry submitted to the New York City Department of Environmental Protection’s 31st annual Water Resources Art and Poetry Contest. The entry was beautifully executed and shows genuine understanding of – and appreciation for – New York’s water resources. More than 1,700 watershed and New York City students participated in the contest this year.

    All participating students are invited, with up to two guests, to attend the May 16th celebration. Those students with winning poetry and art, called Water Champions, will be invited on stage to receive their certificates. We hope that your Water Champion, Adam, and your other Art and Poetry participants (called Water Ambassadors), will also be able to attend.

    HS47 (31R047) CSI High School for International Studies
  • CSIHS Students see Kinky Boots Broadway Show

    HS47 (31R047) CSI High School for International Studies

Why CSI High School for International Studies?

CSI High School is open to all current eighth-graders in Region 7 wishing to attend a small school. Students, if you want to:

  • Gain a sound understanding of world history, affairs and languages
  • Work hard to succeed
  • Read with enthusiasm
  • Study at least one other language
  • Work together in groups to learn and to help the community
  • Respectfully discuss and debate issues
  • Participate actively in class experiments, presentations and discussions
  • Engage in extracurricular activities
  • Learn with students from diverse cultural backgrounds
  • Attend college courses as early as your junior and senior years
  • Opportunities to travel globally

 

Please see home page for dates and times of our open houses.

E-mail alentini@schools.nyc.gov or call 718-370-6900 if you have questions.