Citizen Artist Of The Month
This Month's Citizen Artist is our Junior Instrumental Major Brian Ross. Brian is a 95 average student and a National Honor Society member (ARISTA). Brian is a fantastic film student, a passionate storyteller, and talented editor.
Brian Ross is a dedicated French horn player, and an exemplary science student. Last year, he earned one of only a handful of mastery scores on the chemistry Regents exam, and he did it modestly and honestly. He is the only student who regularly reports to his teacher what science concept he learned in class that day in another science teacher’s class. It brings us joy that a passion for learning is alive and thriving within this young man.
Brian is a persistent, hardworking student who demonstrates compassion for his peers. We want to showcase Brian Ross for displaying what it truly means to be a Citizen Artist.
April Citizen Artist
PTA NominationsTalent Unlimited High School
Ella Baker Dance ConcertTalent Unlimited High School
SUNY Mini-College FairTalent Unlimited High School
Dance ConcertTalent Unlimited High School
Dance ConcertTalent Unlimited High School
MANHATTAN HIGH SCHOOLS DISTRICTS 1 & 2 MONTHLY NEWSLETTER
Big Brothers Big Sisters Program
Talent Unlimited and Tai Ping 2015-2016 Program
The BBBS of NYC's Workplace Mentoring Program provides NYC high school students with the critical skills needed to achieve their full career potential through a mentoring relationship with a caring adult role model.
Our 10th grade students and their Bigs!
PARENTS & STUDENTS INTERESTED IN AUDITIONING FOR NEXT SEASON (FALL 2016) SHOULD REVIEW ALL AUDITION INFORMATION INCLUDING GUIDELINES IN THE AUDITIONS DROP DOWN MENU AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE AS PREPARATION AND CHECK BACK WITH US IN SEPTEMBER FOR ALL 2016 AUDITION INFORMATION
To cultivate and nurture a community of
compassionate, college ready citizen
artists dedicated to lifelong learning and
Empower our collective school community to achieve artistic and academic excellence through arts integration, while actively contributing to a creative and caring learning ensemble. A Citizen Artist graduating from Talent Unlimited High School is:
- Artistically Proficient
A skilled and knowledgeable practitioner of his/her artistic discipline.
- Academically Proficient
A self-sufficient student who takes ownership of his/her education and demonstrates a continuous progression of learning.
- Intellectually Engaged
A critical thinker and creative problem solver who values the learning process.
- Artistically Invested
A patron of the arts with a Sophisticated appreciation of varied art forms.
- Professionally & Personally Ambitious
A goal setter who is conscious of the demands of life after high school, and prepares him/herself to meet them successfully.
- Socially Aware and Responsible
A conscientious, proactive citizen of the community scholastically and socially, on a local and global level.
- A Caring Humanitarian
A considerable individual who recognizes and respects the diversity of life experience within their community, and who is ready, willing and able to lend a helping hand.
SYEP/ Ladders for Leaders -SUMMER INTERNSHIP REMINDER: Deadline April 15th 2016
New York City Department of Design and Construction (NYC DDC) STEAM Initiatives Division was created this past year to establish an inclusive path for New York City’s youth into the fields of Architecture, Engineering, and Construction. Our outreach programs create valuable, hands-on opportunities for students to learn about the built environment and the resilient future of NYC as outlined by Mayor Bill de Blasio’s #OneNYC Initiative.
The DDC STEAM Initiatives Division would like to invite your students to apply to our PAID 6 weeks High School Summer Internship Program. The Internship Program is designed for students interested in pursuing careers in architecture, engineering, building trades, public administration, business administration or information technology. The program is structured to enable students to gain exposure to the many careers in the built environment and to learn about what it takes to build NYC. It is a unique opportunity to prepare students for the growing demands of the job market. Please click here to view the 2016 DDC High School Summer Internship Program Application.
INTERESTED APPLICANTS MUST APPLY TO LADDERS FOR LEADERS/SYEP
If you are interested in applying to the Ladders for Leaders Program, you MUST complete an SYEP application first to be directed to the Ladders application page. Please click here to find more information about Ladders for Leaders.
Application Deadline April 15, 2016
Summer & Youth year -round Programs 2016
Here is a list of programs for parents to submit applications for students to participate in. Some take place in the summer. Please keep in mind to review deadlines and to make sure all needed documents are submitted in the given time. Please be advised this section is subject to change especially when new applications are sent to me to pass on. All students can pick up working paper applications as well as Summer Youth Employment Applications in the main office room 540.
The Heisman Academic Impact Grant provides access to initial grant funds of up to $10,000 for the 2016-17 academic year, to support the creation and ongoing maintenance of a professional year-round academic-athletic support position (part-time minimum)- Heisman Application.pdf
The Center for Excellence in Youth Education, housed in the Center for Multicultural and Community Affairs, at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, is pleased to announce the opening of our Summer Program Application! Please note that applications are due April 2, 2016 and only students with complete applications will be considered - www.icahn.mssm.edu/ceyesummer.
Science and STEM Enrichment Programs April 25 - April 29 (Spring Break) Application Deadline: March 11, 2016 - http://schools.nyc.gov/Students
The DDC STEAM Initiatives Division would like to invite your students to apply to our PAID 6 weeks High School Summer Internship Program. The Internship Program is designed for students interested in pursuing careers in architecture, engineering, building trades, public administration, business administration or information technology. The program is structured to enable students to gain exposure to the many careers in the built environment and to learn about what it takes to build NYC. It is a unique opportunity to prepare students for the growing demands of the job market. Please click here to view the 2016 DDC High School Summer Internship Program Application. Application Deadline April 15, 2016
LEGENDS - Now hiring for 2016 Season! To apply please visit Legends.net/about Click the Careers section, search for Yankee Stadium in the job location bar. All open positions will appear.
Our Entire Music Dept. has received recognition from the Grammy Foundation. Such an accolade for TUHS!! Awesome Compliment to the works from the Students at TU in Instrumental & Vocal and the great teachers Dr. Burwasser, Ms. Skoog & Mr. Smythe
- TU named in the Top 5% of all High Schools nationwide (according to US News & World Reports) 2013
-Top 10% of all High Schools in New York State 2013
(Only 2 NYC performing arts schools made the ranking in New York State)
-“A” in School Progress Report & “Well Developed” (highest level possible) in Quality Review 2013
- Only high school in NYC with an in-house, onsite Musical Theater program
- The New York All-City HS Jazz Ensemble is directed by TU's very own Dr. Daniel Burwasser
-Receives a grant from Tony Bennett's Exploring the Arts Foundation 2013
- TU Vocal Concert Choir won a NYS School Music Association Gold with Distinction Award (highest level) 2015
- TU Vocal Concert Choir was featured on Fox 5 TV's Morning Show, performed at Grand Central's 100 Anniversary Celebration and is scheduled to perform at Carnegie Hall this spring 2012
- TU String Ensemble won a NYS School Music Association Gold Award 2015
- TU instrumental students groups performed at Gracie Mansion, at the NY Pops Annual Gala reception at the Plaza Hotel, Lehman College, Tweed Courthouse/DOE headquarters, MetLife, Memorial Sloane Catering Cancer Center, and the Lincoln Center Plaza 2013
Congratulations to TU's Instrumental Concert Band who won a New York State School Music Association Gold Award!!!!
Congratulations to TU's Vocal Music Concert Choir who won New York State School Music Association Gold Award with Distinction!!!!!
Amazing for both!! Great Job!!!
MUSIC ICON TONY BENNETT TWEETS ABOUT HIS VISIT TO TUHS