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students running cross country

Jack Pasquale, a Bronxville High School sophomore who has overcome enormous challenges over the years with the help of his support team and classmates, successfully competed in his first varsity cross-country race on Oct. 13.

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kids walking through a pumpkin patch

Kindergartners briskly walked toward the field of pumpkins, set up on school grounds, as part of the annual fall tradition on Oct. 15. The students selected their own pumpkins before bringing them back to their classrooms to closely examine and study them.

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Bronxville High School will present Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” as its outdoor fall play from Oct. 29-31. Directed by Robert Cross, the tense drama about a society under intense scrutiny and pressure chronicles the infamous Salem Witch Trials of 1692.

  • High School
Teacher Speaking With Students In The Classroom

Fifth graders eagerly raised their hands and shared stories about how they’ve demonstrated resilience. The discussion was part of a recent lesson in the Bronxville School’s CARE (Community, Awareness, Relationships, Empathy) program, led by psychologist Dr. Joyce Vastola.

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Seventh Graders with meter sticks and clipboards collecting data in nature

Equipped with various tools and measurement instruments, Bronxville seventh graders took on the role of scientists and collected data along the Bronx River at Scout Field during a recent outdoor lesson.


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