MTA Long Island Rail Road School Slogan Contest

The contest starts October 1st .  Entries will be accepted through December 15th . The winning slogans will be displayed on a banner installed at your local LIRR Station.  The winner of the high school essay contest will have an opportunity to work with the LIRR to create a public service announcement.  In addition, LIRR representatives

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Registration for The Rosetta leNoire Musical Theatre Academy

The Rosetta LeNoire Musical Theatre Academy is the flagship education program of New York’s award-winning Amas Musical Theatre, a non-profit performing arts organization celebrating diversity, and bringing communities of all backgrounds and colors together through the development and production of new musicals and the education and training of young people.

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Peabody Conservatory College Fair

Visit 30+ music conservatories and preparatory programs on September 24, 2017. Note: This is NOT a TU-sponsored college campus visit. From John Huling, Director of Admissions, Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University Please join us for the Peabody Conservatory’s first college fair on Sunday, September 24th, 2017. As the

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Course Change Request

Student schedules are viewable on Pupilpath at 12pm noon on Monday, August 28. If you are an incoming student, you will receive your Pupilpath registration instructions by August 31. After reviewing your schedule, if you believe there is an error in your schedule, complete this form to request a course

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Mid-August Mailing

Dear TU Community, We hope you are having a wonderful summer recess! We have a few quick announcements to assist preparation for the new academic year. In September, we will share more exciting details about 2017-2018. Bell Schedule The school day is 8:05am-2:50pm Mondays through Fridays, including Wednesdays. Students are

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The Met: HD Live in Schools 2017-2018 Season

TU is the Manhattan host of The Met: HD Live in Schools! Enjoy unforgettable opera performances—transmitted by satellite in stunning high definition, live from the stage of the Met. It’s free for all New York City students, teachers, and school administrators. For more information about The Met: HD Live in

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LGBAC Symphonic Band 2018 Concerto Competition

Application must be postmarked or emailed by November 1, 2017 New York City’s Lesbian & Gay Big Apple Corps Symphonic Band (LGBAC) is pleased to announce its third annual NYC High School Musician Concerto Competition. The winner will appear as a guest soloist with the Big Apple Corps Symphonic Band

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DCTV Youth Media Program Accepting Applications

Are you or a student you know interested in exploring the power of visual storytelling? Designed for beginner to advanced high school filmmakers, these programs help students learn collaborative filmmaking and media arts. Students pitch ideas, rotate production roles and interact with local community members. As participants progress through the

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William Randolph Hearst Foundation Scholarship

The United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP) offers a unique college scholarship opportunity for juniors and seniors. $10,000 College Scholarship a week in Washington: all expenses paid for by The Hearst Foundation meet Senators, cabinet members, officials from the Departments of State and Defense and directors of other federal agencies

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New Paltz Campus Visit

Join College Counselor Ms. Forbes for a trip to the Hudson Valley region on September 20. More information TBA.

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