Extracurricular Activities

Schoolwide Enrichment Model (SEM)
One of the SEM’s goals is to provide enrichment opportunities to develop a student's strengths through curricular differentiation based on students' interests. The students are placed in a non-graded group with teachers who share common interests and come together during an SEM block in grades K-8.

This approach, called Enrichment Clusters, is designed to create a learning environment that places a premium on the development of higher-order thinking through projects, research, community resources, challenging activities and the arts. SEM offers problem-solving simulations and activities that ask students to transfer learning objectives into authentic and complex applications. These provide them the opportunity to develop individual projects and engage in exploratory learning activities.

Music
Instrumental Music and Band, Music-Guitar, Recorder, Saxophone, electric keyboard, and flute.

Sports/C.H.A.M.P.S. - Flag Football, Basketball
The C.H.A.M.P.S. Middle School Sport and Fitness League offers additional opportunities for students, regardless of athletic ability,  to engage in a wide variety of physical activities, and to encourage these students to find activities that they enjoy and can participate in for life.

The C.H.A.M.P.S. program promotes health-related fitness and sports skills that can be maintained long after school days are over.

Visual Arts, Career Day, Science Fair

Winter, Spring and Multicultural Celebrations, Spanish Enrichment Program, yearly Field Day, Walk-a-thon for cancer research, Junior High Art Portfolio and Photography

Title LLL ESL/Spanish After-school Program

Partnerships
92nd St. Y, Music Appreciation and Dance and parent-student dance program, C.H.A.M.P.S.-After- school sports, Inwood Coalition (after-school program)