Develop your Spanish language skills and learn about the cultures in Spanish-speaking parts of the world. You’ll practice communicating in Spanish and study real-life materials such as newspaper articles, films, music, and books.
Skills You’ll Learn
Understanding Spanish when you hear it and read it
Holding conversations in real-life situations
Writing stories, letters, emails, essays, and other texts
(typically offered in 11th Grade)
Build your language skills and cultural knowledge by exploring works of literature written in Spanish. Using Spanish to communicate, you’ll read, analyze, discuss, and write about works by Spanish, Latin-American, and U.S. Hispanic authors of different periods.
Skills You’ll Learn
Interpreting, analyzing, and comparing literary works
Relating literary works to their cultural and historical contexts
Comparing literary works to works of art
Writing a literary analysis using correct literary terms
Discussing works of literature
(typically offered in 12th Grade)
For additional information on our Advanced Placement (AP) courses, please contact Ms. Dania.
All 11th grade students participate in an internship program. Claremont partners with different employers to provide students with a variety of off-campus internship opportunities. We have partnerships in many different fields, including, schools, government agencies, hospitals and even an animal rescue organization!
Students will prepare for their working lives by learning to:
Communicate effectively with supervisors and colleagues.
Become more independent and responsible
Understand what it means to be professional: dress, behavior, communication
For additional information about our internship program, please contact Ms. Magda.
College Now is a FREE college transition/dual enrollment program for New York City Department of Education high school students. Claremont IHS partners with Hostos Community College to offer our students College Now courses.
College Now @ Hostos Community College is a campus-based program offering college credit courses after school on weekdays. College credit courses include Anatomy and Physiology, Business, Criminal Justice, Medical Terminology, Psychology, Public Speaking, Acting, and Community Health.
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For additional information about our College Now opportunities, please contact Ms. Magda.
Culture Clubs (African Boys/Girls, Arabic, Bangla, Latino)
French Language Program
Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA)