The Sustainability Club, also known as the Green Team, maintains and supervises the building’s recycling program, competes in city-wide energy competitions, collaborates with Solar One, and more. For more information, please contact Ms. Kebalo at

Videogame and Tabletop Role Play Club meets weekly gather to engage in fun and competitive gaming, with occasional organized tournaments. For more information, please contact Mr. Luminello at

Student Government meetings take place weekly. Elections take place in the spring, and students learn about fair campaigns, public speaking, and collaboration to improve our school community. Student Government members are responsible for morning announcements over "The Student Government Channel" and a variety of school leadership initiatives. More information will be available in the fall of 2018.

Community Service Club meets every Friday after school. In this club, students raise money for and donate their time and efforts to local causes and charities. In the past, they have set up food drives to benefit hungry neighbors, volunteered in soup kitchens, cleaned up and painted local schools, planted trees, and more. Recently, we collected 500 pounds of nonperishable food items for the City Harvest Food Drive, and have raised over $200 in pennies for donation through the Penny Harvest. In the winter of 2014, we ran a toy drive and wrapped presents for local families in need, and we also raised over $200 in five days for cancer research through a Valentine’s Day event. We have also raised money for primate conservation causes, and collected pet food and care items for a local animal shelter. We are a very active club and we welcome anyone to attend who has a passion to serve others in the local community. For more information, please contact Ms. Frank at or Ms. Ferrari at

Shakespeare Club participates in the annual Shakespeare Festival, and meets after school to prepare. In this club, students work with a teacher and a teaching artist to develop and act out scenes from Shakespearean plays, which will ultimately be performing at the Lucille Lortel Theatre in the spring. Students learn the basics of theater and acting skills, and use these experiences to develop their own short productions. For more information, please contact Mr. Flood at

The Liberty Partnership Saturday Program offers students the opportunity to participate in exciting classes in topics such as Digital Photography, Latin Dance, the Art of New York City, SAT Prep, Engineering, and more. Energy Tech students participate alongside other local high school students on the LaGuardia Community College campus in this popular program. For more information, please contact Ms. Papatheodorou at

Arabic Club meets weekly after school to explore and celebrate Arabic language and culture. Arabic Club has in the past sponsored our annual Culture Night. For more information, please contact Ms. Mohamed at

Korean Club meets weekly after school to explore and celebrate Korean language and culture. For more information, please contact Ms. Park at

Genders and Sexualities Alliance (GSA) meets weekly after school. This group has sponsored a variety of awareness campaigns in the school, and has engaged in a book club and author talks through a special NYCDOE initiative. For more information, please contact Mr. Luminello at or Ms. Owens at

Senior Committee/Yearbook meets during the day and after school each year to design senior apparel, take photos to be used in senior publications, plan senior events, and develop the annual senior yearbook. For more information, please contact Ms. Radcliffe at

Art Club meets after school on a weekly basis to create and display art, visit local museums and galleries, and more. For more information, please contact Mr. Anastas at

Stay tuned for more current offerings in fall of 2018!

Want to propose a club that you don’t see listed? Please contact Ms. Barter at



Senior Awards Ceremony

Stream the Senior Awards Ceremony starting at 3PM! You can access the link here.


Energy Tech High School Virtual New Student Info Session

Join us on Wednesday, June 10th at 4:30pm




The New York City Department of Education is committed to making three free meals available daily for all NYC children - Monday through Friday 7:30 am to 1:30 pm at locations across the city. Visit 

to learn more and find a location.


Hello new and prospective families! Please email:

if you have any questions regarding enrollment or our waitlist. Stay tuned for more information.


Current students and families: You will receive an email tonight with more information and announcements about remote learning classes, many of which are already live. Please check your Energy Tech accounts.


If you still need a device to do remote classwork complete this survey by end of today, 3/20/20, or call 718-935-5100 and choose option 5 to request a DOE device. For help setting up free internet, email


Students: Please call the school (718-472-0536) today to arrange pickup of a device. We will be conducting materials pickup until 1pm, but please call first so that we know to expect you.


Please review the Chancellor's update letter for families here. It contains information about grab-and-go meals, remote learning, and Regional Enrichment Centers. More information coming soon.


NYC Public Schools are closed from 3/16/20-4/20/20. All classes will be delivered online starting on 3/23/20. Students will not report to school starting tomorrow. Please visit NYCDOE website for more information. We will be sharing more information over the next few days. All students are expected to check their E-Tech emails and Google Classroom accounts daily. Please email or text your questions to school accounts.

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