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  • REPORT CARD DAY

    On Monday June 27th. Students will only come into school to pick up report cards. Students will arrive at school according to the following time intervals:  Seniors Seniors 8:15 to 9:00, Sophomores 9:10-11:15, Juniors 12:00-12:45, Freshmen 12:45-2:00. Please call the school if you have any questions. Report cards will not be distributed between 11:15 am and 12pm.

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  • Last day of school for students

    On Monday June 27th, students will only come into school to pick up report cards.

    Students will arrive at school according to the following time intervals: 

    Seniors 8:15 to 9:00,

    Sophomores 9:10-11:15,

    Juniors 12:00-12:45,

    Freshmen 12:45-2:00.

    Please call the school if you have any questions.

    Report cards will not be distributed between 11:15 am and 12pm.

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New Building Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - May 25, 2022

New Building Time Capsule Installation - May 13, 2022

First Day of the New Building

New Building for the Academy of American Studies

 flyer advertising new building amenities 

    NEW BUILDING COMING IN 2022 - More Information: AAS New Building!

Welcome New Students!

Happenings @ American Studies

GILDER LEHRMAN FLAGSHIP HIGH SCHOOL

The Academy was the first American history high school in the country  created in 1996 with the cooperation and partnership of the Queens High Schools Superintendency and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. We are recognized as the flagship high school of the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American history and the institute has taken the model of the Academy and duplicated it all across the country.

  Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History Logo 

Founders Day - April 29th 2022

US NEWS AND WORLD REPORT HS RANKING

April 2021 -U.S. News Releases 2021 Best High Schools Rankings US News and World Report Silver Medal Logo 

Once again, Academy of American Studies is recognized as a US News Best High School 

  • #1,251
    in National Rankings
  • #121
    in New York High Schools
  • #147
    in New York, NY Metro Area High Schools
  • #41
    in New York City Public Schools High Schools

PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS AND PARENTS

Feel free to email the Principal, Mr. Bassell at wbassel@schools.nyc.gov.

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