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Online Course Guide
Dear Students,
 
This curriculum guide will allow you to dream about what you might do and plan for what you will do. Hopefully, you will browse through it thoroughly, more than once. Lurking amidst the hundreds of descriptions, you might find a course to capture your imagination.
 
The chart of graduation requirements lists the courses you must take to graduate from Stuyvesant. For some of them, there are no alternatives. For others, you may select one of several alternate courses. For still others, you may choose from among scores of classes. Familiarize yourself with the contents of this guide so you can choose intelligently.
 
Please share this online Course Guide with your parents and discuss your course selections with them and refer to it each time you register during your stay at Stuyvesant.
Many thanks to all of the Department Chairpersons and Coordinators, and the many teachers who contributed information for this guide..
 
Program Office Team.
 
 

 
 
Navigate through this online Course Guide by clicking on the various department names below. Each department name is linked to its own Table of Contents. Course requirements/restrictions are listed alongside each course. All course descriptions are accessible from that departmental page.
 
Subject Area
Department Supervisor
Office
Biology and Geo-Science Ms. Elizabeth Fong, Chairperson 701
Chemistry Mr. Scott Thomas, Chairperson 901
Physics Mr. Scott Thomas, Chairperson 901
Computer Science Mr. JonAlf Dyrland-Weaver, Coordinator 301
English Mr. Eric Grossman, Chairperson 601
Fine ArtsDr. Raymond Wheeler, Chairperson132
Health and Physical Education Mr. Brian Moran, Chairperson 103
Mathematics Mr. James Johnson, Chairperson 402
Music Dr. Raymond Wheeler, Chairperson 132
Social Studies Ms. Jennifer Suri, Chairperson 302
Technology Education Dr. Raymond Wheeler, Chairperson 132
World Languages Dr. Ernest Oliveri, Chairperson 502