Movie Club meets on Thursdays from 3-4 pm. Students gather on a weekly basis to watch films and discuss imagery, themes, and different film styles. For more information, please contact Ms. Quinones at

The Sustainability Club, also known as the Green Team, meets every Wednesday after school from 3-4 pm. We maintain and supervise the building’s recycling program, compete in city-wide energy competitions, collaborate with Solar One, and are currently working on a “Carton 2 Garden” project that will hopefully result in the creation of a functioning school garden. For more information, please contact Ms. Bartelucci at

Anime Club meets each Wednesday after school from 3-4 pm. We gather to watch and discuss episodes of our favorite anime shows, as well as play anime-influenced card games and video games. Shows we've watched include Fairy Tail, The Devil is a Part-Timer, and Sword Art Online. We also held a month-long Super Smash Bros 3DS tournament in November and we will be holding Vanguard and Smash Wii U tournaments this spring. For more information, please contact Mr. Davis at

Programming Club meets on Wednesdays from 3-4 pm. Students learn Greenfoot, which teaches object orientation with Java. In this club, students create 'actors' which live in 'worlds' to build games, simulations, and other graphical programs. Greenfoot is visual and interactive. The actors are programmed in standard textual Java code, providing a combination of programming experience in a traditional text-based language with visual execution. For more information, please contact Mr. Folwell at

MOUSE Squad enables young people to have the kinds of rich, hands-on experiences with computers and other technology that are not available to most students during the school day. MOUSE Squad puts young people at the center of their future. Through hands-on learning they acquire new skills, like setting up a network connection, building a website, or editing a video, and share what they learn with their peers. This active learning approach helps young people develop the habits of mind—curiosity, focus and imagination—that sustain them as learners and leaders as they navigate a pathway to their future. This club meets on Thursdays from 3-4 pm. For more information, please contact Mr. Folwell at

Student Government meetings take place on Thursdays from 3-4 pm. Elections take place in the spring, and students learn about fair campaigns, public speaking, and collaboration to improve our school community. For more information, please contact Mr. Lutterbein at

History and Historical Film Clubs are offered to students in preparation for history Regents examinations, or who just want to learn more about history. These clubs take place after school. For more information, please contact Mr. Lutterbein at or Ms. De Marco at

Community Service Club meets every Wednesday from 3-4 pm. In this club, students raise money for local causes and charities, set up food drives to benefit hungry neighbors, and pursue many other ways to make our school and community a better place. For instance, we have collected 500 pounds of nonperishable food items for the City Harvest Food Drive, and have raised over $200 in pennies for donation through the Penny Harvest. In the winter of 2014, we ran a toy drive and wrapped presents for local families in need, and we also raised over $200 in five days for cancer research through a Valentine’s Day event. We are a very active club and we welcome anyone to attend who has a passion to serve others in the local community. For more information, please contact Ms. del Castillo at

Shakespeare Club participates in the annual Shakespeare Festival, and meets on Tuesdays after school. In this club, students work with a teacher and a teaching artist to develop and act out scenes from Shakespearean plays, which will ultimately be performing at the Lucille Lortel Theatre in the spring. Students learn the basics of theater and acting skills, and use these experiences to develop their own short productions. For more information, please contact Ms. Mohammed at

The Liberty Partnership Saturday Program offers students the opportunity to participate in exciting classes in topics such as Digital Photography, Latin Dance, the Art of New York City, SAT Prep, Engineering, and more. Energy Tech students participate alongside other local high school students on the LaGuardia Community College campus in this popular program. For more information, please contact Ms. Castillo at

Want to propose a club that you don’t see listed? Please contact Ms. Barter at


Energy Tech Calendar

We have finalized our Open House schedule for prospective incoming 9th graders (2018-2019). In addition to meeting us at the upcoming high school fairs, register now for an information session:  RSVP

Welcome back to a new school year!  School starts for students on Thu, 9/7 at 8:49am. Based on last year's votes, the schedule for students has changed slightly this year. School hours are 8:49am-3:45pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, students are in school from 8:49am-2:20pm. Students will be dismissed at 2:20pm on Thu, 9/7. Friday will run on a "Monday" class schedule. Students will follow their Monday schedules on Fri, 9/8. Please e-mail Sara Mohamed ( with questions. LaGuardia classes start this week - please contact Kat Papatheodorou ( with any questions about college classes. Student schedules are live in PupilPath and you can report any errors or questions to us here.

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