The High School for Construction Trades, Engineering and Architecture
CLUBS, SPORTS, AND ORGANIZATIONS
- ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN CLUB - Room 352 @ 2:25
- BOOK CLUB - Room 416 @ 2:30
- GSA - Room 230 at 2:30
- MONEY SMART CLUB - Room 234 @ 2:30
- MULTICULTURAL CLUB - Room 408 @ 2:30
- ROBOTICS CLUB - Room 208 @ 2:30
- SKILLSUSA ELECTRICAL CLUB - Room 256 @ 2:45
- SKILLS USA ENGINEERING CLUB - Room 354 @ 2:30
- MUSIC CLUB
- NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
- HISTORY CLUB
- THE PHILOSOPHY CLUB
- FILM AND MOVIE CLUB
- C.T.E.A THEATER ARTS - Auditorium @ 3:00
- ASTRONOMY CLUB - Room 310 @ 2:30
Students are encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities. Students participating in these programs are afforded opportunities to acquire additional skills, pursue interests and develop leadership potential. The specific types of activities and clubs will be determined by student interest.
When staying for a club, activity or athletics, a student must be under the supervision of a teacher, advisor or coach. As a spectator, a student must exhibit sportsmanlike conduct and respond to all teacher directives. Students who are absent from school, on detention or suspended may not attend after-school activities.
PUBLIC SCHOOL ATHLETIC LEAGUE (PSAL)
The High School for Construction Trades, Engineering and Architecture welcomes and invites all students to participate in competitive sports. Eligible students may try out for the following teams, pending student interest.
The mission of the Public Schools Athletic League is to provide opportunities for educating students in physical fitness, character development and socialization skills through an athletic program that fosters teamwork, discipline and sportsmanship.
The goal of the CHAMPS Middle School Sports & Fitness program is to improve student fitness levels and overall health by increasing opportunities for children to engage in physical activity, regardless of athletic ability. The program promotes health-related fitness through a mix of several after-school and before-school activities including traditional sports, non-traditional sports, and fitness activities. The ultimate goal is for students to grow to be CHAMPS — Cooperative, Healthy, Active, Motivated, Positive Students — for life.
The Charter School Athletic Association (CSAA) is a 501c3 non- profit organization supporting New York City charter schools. Through community and school partnerships, the CSAA works with New York City charter schools to develop and maintain inter-scholastic sports leagues and arts programs. By nurturing charter school students’ appreciation for the arts, sports, physical fitness, and nutrition the CSAA gives these students access to high quality programing committed to the values of cooperation, fairness, and respect.
Students will need to complete a medical form obtained from the Physical Education Department to be eligible for any sports activites facilitated by any members of The H.S. for C.T.E.A or PSAL.
Any student who is absent, arrives late, or is on detention or suspended may not engage in either practice or competition that day. Students who participate in athletic events are expected and encouraged to be in school and on time the day after the event. Both athletes and spectators are expected to act in a sportsmanlike manner at all times. They are expected to remember that they represent the school wherever they are. All rules pertaining to behavior in school apply at sporting events.