Queens High School for Information Research and Technology
CARL V. MANALO, Principal
Total Students: 310
Queens High School for Information Research and Technology (QIRT) offers a small, student-centered learning community committed to providing a challenging academic program for students of diverse backgrounds, achievement levels and interests. The Queens Library and our other partners will challenge students to use various technological
tools to expand their intellect and talents through scientific research, field-based learning, web-based communication and problem-solving projects. Our goal is for each student to acquire the ability to access, interpret and use information in an effort to communicate effectively.
2 cool things about QIRT
- We offer youth development via advisory classes, Student Government and Youth Court; CTE in Computer Programming, Robotics, Creative Writing and Digital Recording Music programs.
All campuswide PSAL sports are available to all students. Sports include: boys: baseball and JV baseball, basketball and JV basketball, cross-country, football &
JV football, handball, outdoor track, soccer and swimming; girls: basketball, bowling, cross-country, outdoor track, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball.
2 things you should know about coming here
QIRT offers Big Brothers/Big Sisters mentors, conflict resolution, peer tutoring, community service, youth advisory council, peer mediation and negotiation, Honor
Society, science research, a newspaper, FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Team 2895, FIRST Tech Challenge Team
3343, theatre arts, digital photography, digital music/ vocal, photography, math, science and web design.
- QIRT seniors have the opportunity to participate in various internships to prepare them for careers.
How to get in
Sign in at an Open House to learn more about our school. Fall dates include Wednesday, October 15, at 6 p.m. and Saturday, October 25, at 11 a.m. Also, visit us at the NYC Public School High School Fairs in the fall and spring. Contact the parent coordinator at 718-868-2978 for more information.