Middle school students present their independent projects to family, friends, and staff during the first annual GAP week.
S4IS culinary students place 3rd in annual Smith Street Soup Festival
Middle School students celebrate fall
"When I arrived at the School for International Studies in Brooklyn, Principal Jillian Juman ushered me to a beautifully set table where I enjoyed an outstanding breakfast—including quiche, coffee, and an amazing parfait—cooked and served by students. Under Principal Juman’s leadership, School for International Studies is in the process of becoming a full career and technical education school focused on the culinary arts, with strong partnerships embedded within the curriculum to provide hands-on learning experiences. The school was recently selected as a candidate school for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme, which emphasizes academic excellence, professional development, and a curriculum that supports global citizenship...Through a 21st Century CommunityLearning Centers grant, for instance, seventh-grade students are studying robotics, which teaches them how to focus, collaborate, and convert ideas into products. These are the types of skills our global economy will increasingly demand." ~ Chancellor Carmen Fariña, May 2014