In the classroom, SJC students have taken credit-bearing courses on Chinese culture and history, learning the intricacies of an ancient culture. They’ve paired their time in the classroom with valuable experiential learning, visiting local Buddhist temples and practicing meditation exercises.
SJC Brooklyn has partnered with the Tzu Chi Foundation to bring its SAT prep program to recently arrived immigrants who are learning English.
Nearly 150 students from middle schools in Bedford-Stuyvesant and Brownsville visited SJC Brooklyn on Monday to play “Black History Month Jeopardy,” an event conducted by the New York City Police Department (NYPD).
Students tour and participate in a private question and answer session with software engineers at the Manhattan offices of tech-giant Google.
SJC Brooklyn, in the spirit of its motto, “To be, not to seem,” has spent the fall helping its neighbors.
When it comes to food in Clinton Hill, the dining out options are aplenty. We asked five SJC Brooklyn staffers to share their favorite neighborhood eatery. Here are their choices:…