Recognizing the opportunity for improvement, taking risks to create solutions that add value or serve a need.
Acting and inspiring others to work toward a positive outcome.
Engaging in a disciplined process to deepen understanding, evaluate possibilities, or construct a reasoned judgment.
Becoming informed and acting to make an impact in small and large ways.
Jay Burstein, a senior, earned the prestigious NASA Earth System Science Award after presenting his research on invasive species during the annual Westchester Science & Engineering Fair, held at Sleepy Hollow High School on March 16.
As four Bronxville High School students walked to the Bronx River to test the water quality and further conducted research in their classrooms on the amount of pollution in the river, a local filmmaker followed them to document their efforts. The Bronxville School will host a free screening of the documentary, “A River Returns, a History of the Bronx River,” in the auditorium on March 31 at 3 p.m.
When teacher Claire Hollocou finished reading “Ron’s Big Mission” to her fifth-grade students, they gathered around in a circle and engaged in meaningful discussions about racism and how they can generate positive change.
A group of Bronxville High School students who are members of the Student Help Desk recently took a field trip to Samsung NEXT’s offices in New York City. They met with technology developers who discussed their career paths, shared insight about working in the field and provided the students with valuable advice about networking.
A group of Bronxville High School freshmen and sophomores earned the top prizes at the 2019 Lower Hudson Valley Regional National History Day Competition, held on March 9 at St. Thomas Aquinas College.
Members of the Bronxville High School Chorus were among a select group of talented singers who performed at the 2019 Gotham SINGS! Choral Festival and Ensemble Showcase, held at the historic Carnegie Hall on Feb. 16.
Fourth-grade students – who have been studying what makes a healthy watershed as part of their science classes – recently analyzed water samples from the Bronx River to test for the presence of sediments.
Three Bronxville High School students – Alisa Fominykh, Annabelle Krause and Phoebe Martin – have been recognized for their writing in the prestigious regional 2019 Scholastic Arts & Writing Awards competition.
Over the course of two weeks, Bronxville Elementary School fourth-graders became writers, directors, producers and actors to create antibullying public service announcements based on their own experiences. Using professional-quality camera equipment, they partnered with Mike Feurstein, a filmmaker, educator and DON’T WAIT to UnMake a Bully program creator, to model a movie set and fulfill their chosen jobs.
Ms. Tricia Murray, Principal
914-395-0500 ext 1223
Ms. Adrienne Laitman, Assistant Principal
914-395-0500 ext 1252