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SUBMIT YOUR LUNCH APPLICATION TODAY!!!
Many students are eligible for free or
reduced-price meals. A completed School Meals Application enables eligible
students to eat lunch for free. Please note that that price of school
lunch will change on September 30, 2013. Students who do not return an
application and/or are not eligible for a free or reduced-price meal will pay
$1.75 for lunch (up from $1.50). Students who
qualify for a reduced price meal will now receive lunch for free, down from the
$.25 that had been charged.
Households can apply online for free and
reduced-price meals for all children living in the household attending Pre-k to
high school. Parents and guardians can return a completed paper application to
their teacher or they can apply online at
nyc.gov/accessnyc using any computer or smartphone
with an internet connection.
All applications should be submitted by
September 30, 2013.
For additional information, please contact Ms.
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Student Textbook Information
Hillcrest Students Receives Prestigious Award
Principal Duch featured with Former Students Amar Ramroop & Walee
Ahmed and Current Students Udisa Chowdhury & Mahia Rahman receive the New
Visions / Ralph & Jane Schlosstein Scholarship Award
Meet Hillcrest’s Best of 2013
Valedictorian and Salutatorian’s of the Year
Breana is 17 years old and lives in
Springfield Gardens, N.Y. and a graduate of MS 61K. Breana is a senior
in our PreMed Institute. She will be attending SUNY Stoneybrook
University in the fall majoring in Biology. Breana plans to become a
medical doctor and practice in developing countries.
Breana was accepted into SUNY Albany and Brockport. She was also
accepted into CUNY Baruch, Queens, Hunter, City and Brooklyn. She has
received multiple scholarships including the Higher Education Service
Corporation, Municipal Credit Union and Stoneybrook University.
motto is…stays focused and go the extra mile
Aritria is 18 years old and lives in
Hollis, N.Y. he emigrated from Bangladesh in 2010 and entered Hillcrest
High School. Aritria is a student in our Humanities Institute. He will
be attending SUNY Albany in the fall majoring in Nano scales Science and
Technology. Aritria plans to be a Nano scale engineer and his dream is
to find a mechanical cure for cancer.
Aritria was also accepted to University of California at San Diego. He
received several scholarships including a merit scholarship.
motto is…if you work hard and organize your time you can have time for
fun. Also, in every assignment you tackle do one step more than the
Mr. Morris, PTA President, Ms. Brooks,
Vice-President, Mr. Duch, Principal
Members of the Hillcrest HS Thespian chapter meets with
members of the Thespian chapter from the Felsted School in Essex, England.
Hillcrest is developing a partnership/exchange with this
prestigious school outside of London including producing a joint production of
the musical Cabaret during the 2013-2014 school year.
Hillcrest student teacher
Mohamed Malik who is a Hillcrest graduate had his uncle who owns
a restaurant in Jackson Heights prepare and deliver food for the
approximately 180 displaced located at Hillcrest and Student
Leadership helps organize the lunchtime feast.