The Humanities senior class of 2019

Standing on the front steps of the Campus Magnet Educational Campus, Cambria Heights, is the 2019 senior graduating Class of the Humanities and the Arts High School. HUM is a small but vibrant high school. Faculty members who specifically assist the seniors are Parent coordinator and College adviser Ms. Tonge, Guidance counselor Ms. Aris, Coordinator of student activites Ms. Reese, Guidance counselor Ms. Leacock and Principal Mr. Ayetiwa Kayode.

Also, the graduates stand on the athletic field indicating the numbers 19 to show they are graduating in 2019.

Shown on the front steps of the Campus Magnet Educational Campus are the members of the College Bound Club of the Humanities and the Arts High School. The student club members who are called “Ambassadors” help the seniors complete the college application process. They are proudly displaying their senior jerseys. Students Nyiesha Francis and Niama Chambers founded the club. The faculty advisers are on the top left. Photos courtesy of Ms. Reese.

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