East-West School of International Studies
|East-West School of International Studies|
|46-21 Colden Street
Queens, New York, 11355
|School district||New York City Department of Education|
|Principal||Mr. Ben Sherman|
|Average class size||25 students|
|Student to teacher ratio||14.9 (in 2006-07)|
|Campus size||4th floor|
|Color(s)||Blue, Black, White|
|Athletics||Basketball, Track, Martial Arts, Judo, Yoga, Soccer|
|Team name||East West Tigers|
The East-West School of International Studies is a public secondary school in Flushing, Queens, New York. Established in 2006, the school serves students in grades 6-12 with an emphasis on Asian studies. It opened in September 2006 with 6th through 12th grade classes.
Student groups and activities include erhu club, anime club, art, STEP team, dance team calligraphy, chess club, dance, film-making, MOUSE Squad (student computer maintenance), mentoring, Model United Nations, music, newspaper, peer tutoring, step club, Korean Traditional Painting, Korean dancing and singing, and student government.
Athletic clubs and teams include basketball, yoga, martial arts, soccer, t'ai chi, judo, and table tennis.
- "School Detail for East-west School Of International Studies". National Center for Educational Studies.
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- Hirshon, Nicholas (2007-06-22). "Councilman John Liu wants city to buy Home Depot for a new school". New York Daily News.
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