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

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Office: 718.389.3163 | Fax: 718.389.3427

HSAC

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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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Assistant Principal: Amy DeMarco

High School of Applied Communication

Welcome to HSAC! Starting the school year is always exciting and this year is no exception. I am confident we will all embrace this year with a positive attitude and strong work ethic making this the best year academically, socially, and personally.

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The Vision of HSAC

Technological Literacy

Relevant Instruction

Differentiated Evaluations

Curriculum Flexibility

As an assistant principal at HSAC, I am committed to serving the academic, career, personal and social needs of our community in grades 9-12. Please contact me if you have any questions about HSAC, our course offerings, programming, disciplinary and safety concerns, guidance questions, and extra-curricular activities. I look forward to our journey together.

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


Office Location: Room 519B

Long Island City New York | Pic by: Dino Riese

Welcome to HSAC! Starting the school year is always exciting and this year is no exception. I am confident we will all embrace this year with a positive attitude and strong work ethic, and will make this the best year academically, socially, and personally.
As an assistant principal at HSAC, I am committed to serving the academic, career, personal and social needs of our community in grades 9-12. Please contact me if you have any questions about HSAC, our course offerings, programming, disciplinary and safety concerns, guidance questions, and extra-curricular activities. I look forward to our journey together.

"Rome Wasn't Built in a Day"

John Heywood

My Expertise

I ensure all discipline codes at HSAC are followed by the student body. While also assisting students with their programming needs, I help them to learn about and join the clubs and organizations that make our school so special.

At HSAC we attempt to connect all subjects with cross-curricular rituals, routines, rigor, integrity, and interrelated activities. This enables us to communicate as a school-wide learning community.

As a school leader I handle student social and emotional needs to ensure that each child is provided the appropriate services as necessary from our departments. Credit Degree Maps and college readiness is a big part of the student experience here at The High School of Applied Communication.

Technology

Utilizing the ever changing forces that shape the Internet, hardware, software, and mobile monitoring of progress.

Creativity

The ability to see concepts, designs, and curricula in ways that capture human imagination at all learning levels.

Respect

Set the standards of how we should treat one another with reciprocated professionalism.

Integrity

Honest learning policies guided by strategic principles that foster learning and establish understanding.