High school is a time when every person begins to discover his own unique interests and talents. It is important during these years to introduce the student to a variety of experiences and a variety of subjects. This exposure helps him find his individuality and helps him decide on his future course into college and beyond. To spark and to further develop a student’s interests Sinai Academy offers a number of elective courses and extra-curricular activities. As a small school we are extremely flexible as to the electives that we can offer our students. We often add courses to the schedule based on our students’ expressed interest. These include Economics, Accounting, Art, Music, Photography, AP Psychology, Writing Workshop, Journalism, Graphic Design, Web Design, as well as many others.

AP Macroeconomics and AP Microeconomics

AP Macroeconomics and AP Microeconomics are two great courses that have aspects of both the theoretical and the applied. Taught by Steven Feldstein, who helps the economic ideas come to life by bringing new and emerging ideas from the real world into the classroom. Contact him via his email: stonecapital {at} gmail.com

Select students from the class participate in the New York Federal Reserve Bank High School Challenge – an annual competition where teams of students play the role of monetary policymakers by analyzing economic conditions and recommending a course for monetary policy.

AP Psychology and AP Language and Composition

Taught by Ms Phillips.

AP Calculus AB and AP Statistics

Advanced courses in mathematics taught by Mr. Rotberg.

AP European History

An in-depth look at history of Modern Western Civilization. Taught by Mr. Feldstein.