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30-20 Thomson Avenue
Long Island City, NY, 11101


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About HSAC

The High School of Applied Communication is committed to developing a productive learning environment that fosters a meaningful and respectful collaboration among students, staff, parents/guardians, and the community in order to achieve common goals. With a strong focus on promoting literacy and communication skills across the curriculum, our instruction is delivered through a standards-based, individualized and authentic learning program. Routines, active engagement, and opportunities to apply new knowledge characterize all classes which supports a culture of responsibility, citizenship, and self-directed, lifelong learning.

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High School of Applied Communication

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30-20 Thomson Ave. Long Island City, NY, 11101
Office: 718.389.3163 | Fax: 718.389.3427

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HSAC Student Handbook

The Highschool Of Applied Communication Student Handbook provides a thorough reference of the rules, regulations, rituals, and routines a student must follow to ensure student safety & success.

HSAC Cell Phone Policy

Please read the rules & regulations pertaining to cell phone usage in the High School of Applied Communication to ensure responsible behavior.

NY State Examination Schedule

The New York State Examination Schedule is slightly different each year. Please ensure the test taker has had a good breakfast & the proper rest prior to the exam always!

High School Of Applied Communication

The High School of Applied Communication is committed to developing a productive learning environment that fosters a meaningful and respectful collaboration among students, staff, parents/guardians, and the community in order to achieve common goals. With a strong focus on promoting literacy and communication skills across the curriculum, our instruction is delivered through a standards-based, individualized and authentic learning program. Routines, active engagement, and opportunities to apply new knowledge characterize all classes which supports a culture of responsibility, citizenship, and self-directed, lifelong learning.

Microsoft | Adobe | HTML5 Licensing | .5 College Credit per License

Microsoft Certification | Microsoft Office Specialist
Adobe Certification | Adobe Certified Associate
Graphic Design | Web & Print
Web Design & Development | Coding
Online Reputation Management | Professional Digital Footprint

HSAC Courses

Advanced Algebra

Preperation for college mathematics regarding Statistics, Probability, and the advanced Trigonometry function.

Earth Science | Living Environment

Focus on the study of earth elements such as rocks, minerals and, the universe that surrounds us.

AP Chemistry

State Exam preperation focusing on an in depth study of the interaction of matter along with its properties.

AP U.S. History

Preparation for Advanced Placement exam in May 2017 covering all topics.

AP Human Geography

A study of depth study of different regions of the world, and the physical environment that surrounds them.

AP Environmental Science

A study of demographic, geographic, cultural, and political forces that surround different regions worldwide.

Literature & Composition

Focus on analyizing and interpreting literature, comparing, contrasting, and using literacy strategies to respond to text.

2nd Language: Spanish | Chinese

Culturally rich and engaging, focus on language focusing on dialects, regions, and pronunciation.

Government | Economics

An in depth focus on political science, and the forces that shape the environments that surround them.

Student Advisory

In depth focus on student needs, interpersonal relationships, and their academic degree maps.

HSAC Program Highlights | Open Electives

Upon completing the Microsoft Office Specialist License, students begin learning Graphic Design, and how to properly manage files. Graphic Design beging with the fundamental aspects of Adobe Photoshop inside and out. We cover all topics for web and print using 13 sequential projects which are also Internet based on Youtube.com, enabeling students and parents can learn anywhere at any time.
Upon completing the Graphic Design curriculum, students will start to learn coding, and mobile responsive website design. After the fundamental aspects of HTML5, and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), students will create and modify their own personal websites for academmic, and professional endeavers. Students also then receive a License for HTML5.

Studio Art at HSAC consists of a sequenced learning set of aesthetic design skills which begins with Art History. We then have a focus on 1D, 2D, & 3D perspectives within open and closed picture planes. Traditional mediums such as paint, and pastells are applied along with different Sculpting mediums. Examples of Student work can be seen on all the walls of our school as a visual reference to this unique curriculum.

This program provides students with the necessary information needed to apply to college. Assistance with the applications, letters of recommendation, and transcripts are covered in detail. This program enables students to get grants, scholarships, and take advantage of government encentives to save as much as possible to attain a college education, and be successful in your Major or field of study.

The High School of Applied Communication
30-20 Thomson Avenue, Long Island City, NY, 11101
Main Office: 718.389.3163 | Fax: 718.389.3427


High School of Applied Communication After School Programs

Computer Club

Students enjoy working on Website Design, Development, Microsoft Licensing, Adobe Licensing, HTML5 Licensing, and Graphic Design Projects for Web & Print. We work hand in hand on this school website in this club.

Anime Club

In this club we explore different characters from different cultures, and languages, mainly Japanese. However China, and other regions of the world are widely respected and reflected.

Film Club

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Chinese Club

Culturally rich and engaging club which focuses on dialects, regions, and pronunciation from China.The entire culture is explored from Arts to literature

HSAC Student Prfofessional Licenses Earned Year to Date!

Microsoft Word

Microsoft Powerpoint

Microsoft Excel

Adobe Certified Associates

HSAC College Student Highlights

2016 Saladictorian

Binghamton State University of New York

Mollie F. Machado was accepted into Binghamton State University of New York from HSAC in 2016, and is set to graduate college in 2020.

SUNY New Paltz State University

Mernayaser S. Eldesouki was accepted into Suny New Paltz State University from HSAC in 2016, and is set to graduate college in 2020.

Lafayette College

Lesley S. Idrovo was accepted into Lafayette College from HSAC in 2016, and is set to graduate college in 2020.

Skidmore College

Dylan A. Torres was accepted into Skidmore College from HSAC in 2016, and is set to graduate college in 2020.

Alfred University

Andrew Cardona was accepted into Alfred University from HSAC in 2016, and is set to graduate college in 2020.

Lehman College

Lilian Martinez was accepted into Lehman College from HSAC in 2016, and is set to graduate college in 2020.

St. Joseph's College

Lizeth A. Vizhnay was accepted into St. Joseph's College from HSAC in 2016, and is set to graduate college in 2020.

The High School of Applied Communication
30-20 Thomson Avenue, Long Island City, NY, 11101
Main Office: 718.389.3163 | Fax: 718.389.3427


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