Bronxville High School students were recognized for their outstanding academic, athletic, musical and artistic accomplishments, as well as their contributions in the classroom and beyond, during the annual Academic Awards ceremony on June 12.
Teachers and administrators presented awards to students in grades nine through 12 in a variety of categories, including innovation, critical thinking, leadership, engaged citizenship, music and drama, art, foreign languages, science, math, online learning, athletics, as well as a number of community, memorial, national and state awards.
The Lighthouse Award, which is sponsored by the Bronxville School Foundation, was awarded to juniors Delphina Maldonado and Chloe Paris for exemplifying the school’s educational ideals of enthusiasm for learning, pride of accomplishment, self-discipline, self-esteem and consideration for the ideas and values of others. They also received the award for their selfless dedication and service to their school and community.
Senior Aidan Flannery received the SFL Award, which is presented annually to the student who has served as president of the Student Faculty Legislature.
Superintendent of Schools Dr. David Quattrone presented the annual Louis H. Braun Superintendent’s Award to senior Michael Landy. He received the award for demonstrating excellence in academics, leadership and service to the school.
Principal Ann Meyer awarded senior Estelle Kelty with the annual Principal’s Award, which recognizes a student for his or her outstanding citizenship, for demonstrating high ideas and standards of conduct, and contributing to the life of the high school.
At the end of the awards ceremony, the students dedicated this year’s yearbook to library clerk Bridget Walsh.
For a full list of the awards, click here.