News and Upcoming Events

TALOS for AP and Elective Programming

TALOS has recently replaced Daedelus as Stuy’s programming system for AP and elective programming. Parents can also view the course directory and get a better understanding of what is available to their students for the coming semester. Go and explore at You can see course directories as follows:
  • Directory by Department
  • Directory by Grade
  • Course List

Descriptions of the AP and Elective Courses are in the process of being updated or added. Refinements are ongoing, too.

SLT Meeting

Tuesday, June 5, 3:45 – 5:00 pm, Room 107

The School Leadership Team is made up of representatives from the administration, teachers, parents and students to discuss various educational issues and school policies. Parents are welcome to attend and observe but participation is generally limited to SLT members.

Parents can reach the parent members of the SLT at

Parents’ Association General Meeting

Tuesday, May 22, 7:00 – 8:30 pm, Murray Kahn Theater (Refreshments @ 6:30 pm)

The speaker on May 22 will be Mike Zamansky (Stuy, ’84)  the Director of the Hunter College Computer Science Program, sometimes referred to as the Godfather of CS Education.”  He’ll talk about the sometimes bewildering landscape of computer science programs, to help students (and parents) make good choices about computer science courses, both for those thinking about majoring in CS, and for those who need CS training for other areas of study.

CUNY Night at Stuy

Wednesday, May 16, 6:00pm

The City University of New York (CUNY) system of colleges often provides the most affordable post-secondary opportunities for New York City students. At CUNY Night at Stuy, students grades 9-11 and their guardians  are welcome to attend to hear from representatives from both the CUNY Office of Admissions Services and the prestigious CUNY Macaulay Honors College, along with current CUNY students who have had amazing experiences through CUNY.

This is a great opportunity to not only learn about the wonderful opportunities CUNY can offer, but to learn more about the college search and application process, particularly for our younger students.

Notice of Spring 2018 Elections

Parents’ Association Executive Board & School Leadership Team Delegates

Please consider nominating yourself or another parent of a Stuyvesant student to stand for election in May and to serve on the Parents’ Association Executive Board or the School Leadership Team. Information about the nomination process and positions is below. If you have questions, please contact the Nominations Committee:

Elections to be held:

  • Date: May 22, 2018
  • Time: 7:00 p.m.
  • Place: Stuyvesant High School, Auditorium
  • Address: 345 Chambers Street, New York, New York 10282-1099

Positions to be filled:

Stuyvesant High School Parents’ Association (PA) Officers:

  • President (2 people may run as co-Presidents)
  • First Vice President
  • Second Vice President
  • Recording Secretary
  • Corresponding Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Assistant Treasurer

School Leadership Team (SLT) Delegates:

  • Senior SLT representative (1)
  • Junior SLT representative (2)
  • Sophomore SLT representative (2)

There will be one (1) Alternate Delegate for each class selected as follows:
The candidate for each class delegate with the highest number of votes other than the winning
candidate(s) (i.e. the runner-up) will serve as the Alternate Delegate for that class.

The only qualification for all offices is that the candidate be a parent/guardian of a child currently in the school.

Download the Nomination Form here (PDF file): Spring 2018 PA Nomination Form

To nominate yourself or someone else as a candidate on the May 22 election ballot, please
complete and submit the nomination form or the equivalent information as follows:

  • By email to:
  • By mail or hand delivery to the PA office:
    Spring 2018 Elections
    Stuyvesant High School Parents’ Association
    Room 271
    345 Chambers Street
    New York, NY 10282-1099

Nominations for the positions will remain open until 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, May 15, 2018.

All nominations received will be acknowledged by email. If you do not receive an email
acknowledging the PA’s receipt of your nomination within three days of its submission, please email and advise you did not receive such confirmation.

Term of Office:

The term for each of these positions is one academic year, July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019.
This notice will be distributed to parents by email.

Issued by the Nomination Committee:

  • Joy DeVries Heinze
  • Judeth Dickson
  • Robin Tempelman
  • Amy Long

Emergency Preparedness

Parents and students seeking information on emergency preparedness in the wake of recent attacks in the city, can start their quest by reading the advice provided by NYC at Ready New York.

PlanNowNYC is a website developed by NYC Emergency Management and partners that helps New Yorkers prepare for terrorist attacks and no-notice events. It provides tips on knowing facts and being responsible. Ready NYC also provides a complete GUIDE on being prepared as a family in NYC for emergencies.

And don’t forget to install Stuy’s Crisis Manager Text Notification System download instructions can be found by clicking here—please make sure to turn on ‘push notifications’ after you download the app.

Please click here for more suggestions on emergency preparedness from the Stuy administration.

Innovation Lab at Stuy

Stuy’s new Innovation Lab, officially known as the Irwin Zahn Innovation Lab, will be dedicated on March 2, 2018, with the grand opening and press conference hosted by the Stuyvesant Alumni Association.

The Irwin Zahn Innovation Lab will be housed in Room 250, and has been made possible through the generous support of the Grant-Writing Committee of the Stuyvesant High School Parent’s Association, which resulted in grants from Manhattan Borough President, Gayle Brewer and New York City Councilwoman, Margaret Chin; additional generous support and donations from the Parent’s Association; ongoing generous support from Stuyvesant Alumnus ‘44, Irwin Zahn, and the support of the Stuyvesant High School Alumni Association.

More details and photos to come!


Annual Appeal: Your Donations at Work

About 15% of Stuy Parents have donated to the Annual Fund so far this academic year. At the Parents’ Association General Meeting on January 23, parents voted to approve our second round of cash disbursements (appropriations).

$83,383.59 is going to support the following clubs, academic programs, and teams.

Speech and Debate Stuy Red Cross Spanish Honor Society
Boy’s Track & Field French Language Woodshop
Basketball Technology Innovation Lab
Lab Equipment Chemistry and Physics Writing Center Guidance
TEDx Stuy Cricket Research Club
Girls Tennis Cheer/Stunt Team

To see the full list, please take a look at this report and this summary. Funds from this round of appropriations will mean that there will be no delay in the Fall when the money is needed. Questions?

If you have not yet made a donation, please reach out now. Thank you!

To donate by check, please make checks payable to Stuyvesant High School Parents’ Association and send or hand deliver to:
Stuyvesant High School Parents’ Association
345 Chambers Street, Room 271
New York, NY 10282-1000

Matching Gifts from Your Employer

Many companies have matching gift programs and will match contributions made by their employees to Stuyvesant High School Parents’ Association, a 501(c)(3) organization. Please request a matching gift from your employer. The PA’s address is above and the EIN is: 13-6108649. If you have questions email or

Tax Deduction Receipts

Stuyvesant High School Parents’ Association, is a 501(c)(3) organization. Once we receive your donation, the PA will mail you a receipt for your tax purposes. Be sure to include your mailing address with your donation. The full amount of any donation to the PA (including the Annual Appeal and Phonathon) is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. If you have questions email

Stuy Spirit Wear

Stuy HS Parents Association Spirit Wear had a wonderful 2017 and looks forward to an exciting 2018 with new styles and designs!

Thanks for supporting STUY!​

Raise Money for Stuy at Amazon

Did you know that any time you click on an Amazon ad on the Stuy PA website and purchase something at Amazon, a percentage of your sale goes directly to the Stuy PA at no extra cost to you and with no change to your existing membership services (such as Prime).

This is such an easy way to make a difference—and, BONUS! you’ll kill two birds with one stone—not only will you cross some items off your list, you’ll be contributing money to Stuy that gets used for great programs that directly benefit your kids. Sports, academics, clubs, teachers, the library, and even the principal all receive money from the PA.

You may see a pop-up when you get to Amazon that asks you if you want to shop “Amazon Smile” to benefit Stuyvesant. This program pays out at a much lower rate, so please do not use this option. Instead, bookmark this link (or click on any Amazon ad on this website) before shopping at Amazon.

Parent Community Discussion Boards

**Note: We are experiencing technical issues with the forum set up and have turned off registration until we resolve the problem.

Please stay tuned and thank you for your patience.