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Third Graders Code Active Games for Younger Students

Third graders – who coded active video games in technology specialist Claire Hollocou’s class – engaged second graders to play their original games. During the collaboration, the younger students stepped on squares that changed colors and sounds as part of games that either had a countdown, kept score or interacted with other players.

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Students at the Model UN Conference

Fifteen members of Bronxville High School’s Model United Nations Club participated in the Dalton School Model United Nations Conference, held in New York City on May 1. Under the direction of club adviser Steve Klurfeld, the student-delegates participated on various committees and advocated for their positions.

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Bronxville High School senior Grace Gramins

Bronxville High School senior Grace Gramins has been named a 2022 U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts. She is one of 161 students to receive one of the nation’s highest honors for high school students.

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Bronx River Research Students Catch Large Fish

Bronxville High School students – who have been studying fish biodiversity in science teacher Stephen Kovari’s Bronx River Research class – recently caught a 13.5-inch largemouth bass in the Bronx River.

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Bronxville High School students have completed extensive research on genetic conditions and disorders as part of an assignment in teacher Justine McClellan’s Advanced Placement Biology class. Over the last several months, they learned about the cause, symptoms, diagnosis and potential treatment of each condition and created a website, where they documented their work and provided resources.

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Student With Her Family History

Bronxville High School juniors completed extensive research of their own family history as part of an assignment in Chris Doyle’s U.S. History class. The students’ research focused on their grandparents or great-grandparents who lived during the 1920s-1950s.

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