Key Forms & Guides re: the Bridge Year and choosing your Queens College electives can be found here: http://cpp.qc.cuny.edu/choosing-qc-electives#Key
Bridge Year Calendar for Fall 2019: http://cpp.qc.cuny.edu/files/2019/08/Bridge-Year-Calendar-Fall-2019.pdf
2017 Election Simulation
The election simulation is underway with a rousing kick-off rally held on Friday, September 29th. Check out the THHS election simulation website https://elections.townsendharris.org/ and watch the first week’s television show at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ko-bKZc2blo.
Queens College’s 80th Anniversary – EIGHTY WOW POINTS: QC facts to count on and brag about
#9: “Townsend Harris High School, once one of the city’s most prestigious institutions but forced to close in 1942 due to budget restraints, reopened on the QC campus. It is consistently ranked among the nation’s 100 best high schools with a 100% graduation rate.”
Visit the complete WOW page here: http://www.qc.cuny.edu/about/Glance/80/Pages/WOW.aspx
2016 Election Simulation: WNYC Radio Coverage
The Classic named the best print newspaper of 2015!
The Newsies! high school journalism competition named the best New York City student papers of 2015 on Thursday, December 10, 2015. The Classic was named the best print newspaper of 2015!
Congratulations to the contributors, staff, and advisors at Townsend Harris High School at Queens College!
You can read the complete NY Daily News article here: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/education/newsies-names-nyc-best-high-school-newspapers-article-1.2460850
QC Named a 2014 Princeton Review “Best Value College”
Excerpt from the February 2014 issue of fyi — the Queens College Faculty / Staff News magazine:
Princeton Review editors say Queens College offers students the chance to get a degree that is “affordable without sacrificing proper education.” They describe courses as “topical and abundant,” with a class schedule that “is flexible enough to accommodate students who work and attend part-time.” Other highlights are the school’s LEED Gold-certified residence hall, the Summit Apartments; internal honors programs; and its participation in the CUNY-wide Macaulay Honors College.
You can read the entire article by going to page three of the following link: http://qc.cuny.edu/?id=AAGA