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Students Earn Awards at Princeton Model United Nations Conference

Twenty-five members of the Bronxville High School Model United Nations club participated in the Princeton Model United Nations Conference, held at Princeton University from Nov. 16-19. Several of the students earned awards at the prestigious conference.

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Seventh Graders Explore Historic Williamsburg

As part of a cherished longstanding tradition at Bronxville Middle School, seventh graders embarked on an educational journey to Williamsburg, Virginia, from Nov. 14-17.

Bronxville Elementary School students have demonstrated their generosity by collectively contributing 944 pounds of food, equ

Bronxville Elementary School students have demonstrated their generosity by collectively contributing 944 pounds of food, equivalent to providing 787 meals for neighbors in need. Guided by the leadership of teacher Susan Engelhardt and the fifth grade student council, the students successfully completed their first drive of the year by collecting essential food items for Feeding Westchester.

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Bronxville Students Rally for a Sweet Cause, Donate Candy

Bronxville Elementary School students collected 1,002 pounds of candy during the annual Halloween Candy Drive. Led by art teacher Kendall Fousek, the initiative received overwhelming support from students and their families.

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Bronxville High School has been named to the Advanced Placement School Honor Roll, earning a Platinum distinction for its outstanding work in welcoming more students into AP courses and supporting them on the path to college success.

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Sixth Graders Decorate Pumpkins for Contest

Sixth graders showcased their creativity and celebrated fall during the annual pumpkin decorating contest on Oct. 27. Earlier in the week, the students created their own designs and decorated their pumpkins using supplies they brought to school as part of their advisory periods.

‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time’ at Bronxville High School

Bronxville High School students will present “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” as their fall production from Nov. 2-4. Under the expert guidance of theater director Robert Cross, the production is made possible thanks to the talented cast and crew members and infusion of new theater technology.

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Bronxville Students Build Lifelong Connections With French Peers

In an inspiring cultural exchange, the Bronxville School welcomed 23 students and two teachers from Aubenas, France, from Oct. 12-24. The dynamic French Exchange Program immerses students into the rich history, culture and customs of others from across the globe.

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