Through a partnership with Lincoln Center Education, scholars work with teaching artists and are exposed to the visual and performing arts. Learn More
Through Anchor Projects three times a year, scholars pick an issue they’re passionate about that affects their community. Over the year, they research this issue, collect data from the local community, and produce a solution.
Recently, scholars explored issues of identity; gang violence; terrorism; and police control.
College demands strong writing skills. Our scholars practice writing in every subject, and by graduation, can write well for different purposes and for varying audiences.
Our clubs complement the AMS II academic experience. For example, each year culminates with our Drama Club annual musical production.
Our campus is a proud participant in Public School Athletic League sports.
AMS II student voices are heard! Student government representatives are the voice of their classmates.
The student government is currently working on organizing events such as the spring fling, spirit week, fundraisers, field trips, and a multicultural fashion show.
My name is Saran Toure and I am a graduating senior at AMS II. Throughout my four years, I can safely say that I have found a home away from home. When I first enrolled, I was surprised to see how invested the staff and faculty were in my future, as well as my mental health. AMS II has given me opportunities to strengthen my leadership skills, and encouraged me to strive for success and try new things at all times. Today, I am the President of our Model United Nations Club, Student Body President, a member of the National Honor Society, the Drama Club, and a variety of other titles. I can assure you that you will find the community, and support you need here at AMS II!