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30-20 Thomson Ave. Long Island City, NY, 11101, 5th Floor


Office: 718.389.3163 | Fax: 718.389.3427



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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College Classes Available at HSAC

Hsac offers college classes here at our building location at:
3020 Thomson Avenue
Long Island City, New York, 11101 (5th floor)

Get enrolled soon as possible, because the classes fill up fast, and there are specific deadlines to apply. Please ask your guidance counselor for more information on these valuable classes which earn you college credits while still attending High School.
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College Preparation for Grades 9-12

College Now – Fall | 2018 Campus Cohort Courses

Classes are Listed Below | HSAC Main Office 718.389.3163


Explore nutrition science: biology, chemistry, anatomy, and physiology. Understand the role of environment, food, nutrition, and lifestyle choice in health promotion and disease prevention. Complete a diet history project and more.


Explore current social and political issues through the lens of philosophical theories. Work with a UN consultant and a lawyer, and take a trip to the United Nations.


Learn to be a Critical Thinker. Become a literacy tutor and help young readers improve their reading and writing skills. Reflect on social justice issues in education through topics and practices in multicultural education.

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