- Based on the scores from last October’s PSAT Exam, 132 seniors have qualified as Semi-Finalists for the National Merit Scholarship. This is the highest number of qualifiers for any school in New York State, and the second highest in the entire nation.
- Biology teacher Marissa Maggio and six of her students worked on environmental projects with the Greenleaf Student Program over the summer, taking part in land and aquatic conservation work in Wisconsin, Georgia, and Connecticut.
- Six British students, the winners and runners-up of the 9/11 London Project, a competition challenging British students to reflect on the September 11th attacks in writing or film, visited Stuyvesant on September 12th. While at Stuyvesant, the students met with English teacher and author of “With Their Eyes” Annie Thoms and the cast of the Stuyvesant production of “With Their Eyes” to discuss Thoms’ book, and the experiences of the students.
- Stuyvesant Student Union (SU) President Adam Lieber and Vice President Tahia Islam have been appointed into the Executive Board of the Department of Education’s (DOE) city-wide Student Union, with Lieber as co-president and Islam as secretary.