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HSC Featured in The New Journal: The Magazine about Yale & New Haven

Civics class High School in the Community Thursday morning The students in Justin Scully’s third-period civics class at High School in the Community, a New Haven public school on [Water] Street, laugh more on November 10 than they did on November 9. The day after…

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Courtroom inauguration

HSC had the inauguration and grand opening for its courtroom on Wednesday October 26th, 2016. The courtroom will be an important addition to High School in the Community, especially for the student body. It contributes to the school’s Law and Justice system, allowing students to…

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Wishbone: 6 HSC students earned scholarships for summer programs!

Wishbone at HSC from Matt Brown on Vimeo.

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A Participant’s Perspective: “A Sense Of Self” Gained Through Arte Inc’s Trip To Puerto Rico

  The following article is by HSC student Gabriel Perez and was published on the CTLatinoNews.com website on 9/6/16. Gabriel Perez/CTLatinoNews.com Growing up in Connecticut and being Puerto Rican, I never really knew much about the “motherland,” as my grandparents would call it. They would…

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Summer Reading 2016

Click HSC summer reading 2016 insert for Summer Reading 2016 Assignment. Click English II Summer Reading 2016 for English II Summer Reading 2016 Assignment

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Moon Rocks Fundraiser

Please consider supporting HSC through the purchase of some delicious cookies. This Saturday, May 21 at Moon Rocks Gourmet Cookies in Hamden a portion of all proceeds will be going to HSC. Please see the attached flyer for more details. Moon_Rocks_flyer final

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HSC lets students lead parent-teacher conferences

From the New Haven Register: By Brian Zahn, May 1, 2016 NEW HAVEN >> The phrase “parent-teacher conference” might draw connotations for many of feeling like an accused criminal on trial, or at least a caged animal on display, with students sitting helplessly as parents…

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Badminton Tournament Champion!

The smoke cleared and one child was left standing in front of a sea of his peers! Joe Gaudio has been crowned champion of the badminton world beating Dominic 21-19. Dominic did not go out without a fight, displaying impressive range and athletic ability that…

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COLT Poetry Contest

April is National Poetry month, and to celebrate, HSC sent six students to compete in the COLT poetry contest on April 6. Students recited poems in Spanish in the heritage speaker and second language categories. The competition was tough and one of our students emerged…

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HSC grad (and current HSC school counselor) Diana featured in New Haven Independent

Excerpted from the New Haven Independent: Diana Hernandez DeGroat came back too [in addition to two other teachers featured in the article], not just to New Haven’s schools, but to the high school she attended as a student: High School in the Community. She loved…

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