Welcome Class of 2019!
Congratulations on your placement to Park East High School.
We look forward to you joining the Park East and East Harlem Pride community! Please take a look through our website to learn more about your future school.
We will be having an "Accepted Student/Family Social" on Tuesday, March 17th from 4:30pm-5:30pm. Please come meet other incoming freshmen, staff, and administrators, while enjoying some light refreshments. This event is an informal event to both celebrate your acceptance and give incoming students a chance to see the building and ask questions.
Former Young Lords Activist Visits Park East
Iris Morales, former Young Lords activist, documentarian and author spoke to AP Spanish and Government classes January 16th, 2015. Youth action and grassroots community change was the theme of the day. "¡Palante!"
Park East Hosts Art Show 2015!
Park East hosted its annual Art Show and Silent Auction with students, staff and parents in attendance. Participants were able to enjoy a sampling of the Art Portfolio students work over the semester, while enjoying cheese & crackers, grapes and other homemade baked goods.
Author Eric Devine visits Park East English Classes and Book Club
The January 2015 visit of author Eric Devine was a huge success! Mr. Devine, who authored Press Play, entertained us with his stories, answered questions from students, signed books, and definitely earned a few new fans along the way. He signed and donated extra copies of Press Play to the schools library.
Park East Awarded 2015 Grants for Gardens and our Gymnatorium!
Park East is awarded a Lowe's Education Grant for $5,000 to help improve our Gymnatorium! Thank you Lowe's!
Park East is awarded a Service-Learning Grant for $1,000 to help teach youth about urban gardening and sustainability, while beautifying our school.
Park East Math Teacher Wins Prestigious Award!
Congratulations to Ms Brady winning the Sloan Award for Excellence in Teaching. The sixth-annual Sloan Awards recipients, who have been teaching math or science in city high schools for at least five years, were chosen by a panel of scientists, mathematicians and educators.