Social-emotional awareness is key to developing a truly college-ready scholar. Our advisory program builds the interpersonal skills and self-awareness often missing from a traditional education.
Challenge-based learning increases engagement and collaborative study. Every trimester, students take what they’ve learned in class and apply their knowledge to examine and address real-world challenges.
Humanities III students are eligible to take part in any Public School Athletic League sport offered on the Frank J. Macchiarola Campus.
The HUM III student government helps to build our inclusive and supportive community. We support democratic learning by giving students a voice within the school, so that added value is built into their experiences.
To meet our wide range of student interests, we offer many after-school clubs including a communications club, Google Advocate club, Computer Science club, and many more.
“Humanities III has helped me so much with my self-confidence. Here, I can say what I feel, and no one will judge me.”