The BRONXVILLE PROMISE
To innovate, discover, and create. To make something new from what you know.
To find your voice and communicate clearly in order to lead with passion and persistence.
To think critically, explore nature, history, and culture. To gain the understanding and courage to change.
To collaborate and serve. To engage in the world around you and make it a better place.
Distinguished Bronxville High School seniors Jack Kochansky and Anton Tarazi – who are known to seek out a wide range of academic and extracurricular opportunities – have been named semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship competition.
Since the approval of the Bronxville School’s bond referendum in March, the district has taken significant steps toward building on its future. With the approach of the building’s 100-year anniversary, the district is ensuring the building will meet the programmatic needs of all students.
Bronxville High School students, administrators and faculty members gathered in the school’s auditorium on Sept. 12 to pay their respects to the victims and heroes who lost their lives during the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York, the Pentagon in Virginia and Flight 93 in Pennsylvania.
Smiles and excited chatter filled K-12 classrooms across the Bronxville School on Sept. 5, which marked the first day of the 2018-2019 school year. Equipped with new books and school supplies, students were ready to seek out new learning opportunities, see their friends and meet new teachers.
The Bronxville School welcomed new faculty members and college student interns during a two-day orientation, held Aug. 27-28. The group met with administrators, discussed lesson planning, technology initiatives, policies and procedures, and received a tour of the school and village.
As a culminating experience to their studies, sixth-graders worked together to discover what it takes to live on the moon and build their own models of possible lunar colonies from June 12-19. Throughout the investigation – which was part of a weeklong i2 Learning program that incorporated science, technology, engineering and math skills – the students participated in a number of collaborative hands-on activities.
Fifth-graders celebrated the first of many milestones in their academic careers during a moving up ceremony on June 21. Signifying the conclusion of one chapter and the beginning of another, the students were called one by one to accept their certificates, which were handed out by their teachers, to the applause of friends and family.
Standing before an audience of friends, family and administrators, eighth-grade students celebrated their hard work, achievements and success throughout their time in middle school during a special moving up ceremony, held on the school’s front lawn on June 20. The students will continue their educational journey as high school freshmen in the fall.