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.
Bronxville Elementary School students are spreading kindness and love by creating handmade Valentine’s Day cards for people in their school community and veterans around the country.
Bronxville High School seniors Ruby Howell and Victoria Vigorito have earned multiple honors at the prestigious regional 2020 Scholastic Art & Writing awards competition. Howell won eight awards for her drawings and paintings, and Vigorito won two awards for a pen drawing and an animation.
A group of talented Bronxville School singers and instrumentalists have been selected to perform for All-County music ensembles by the prestigious Westchester County School Music Association for its 2020 festival concerts.
One middle school and nine high school students were selected to perform with the Organization of American Kodály Educators’ National Conference Choirs, a high-quality performance program featured at the annual OAKE National Conference in Portland, Oregon, from March 4-7.
Bronxville High School will present the fantasy fairy tale production of “Into the Woods” as its musical from Feb. 6-8. Having worked on the production for months, the dedicated group of performers will bring all the favorite storybook characters together to tell the story of wishes, family and the choices we make.
A group of Bronxville High School freshmen and sophomores have advanced to the 2020 Lower Hudson Valley Regional National History Day Competition, which will be held on March 7 at St. Thomas Aquinas College. They advanced after being named winners in one of several categories at the schoolwide competition on Jan. 29.
As a culminating project in their computer science classes, seventh and eighth graders created their own mobile applications, which were designed to improve the lives of others. The students’ apps covered a variety of areas, including health, nutrition, personal communication, recycling and transportation.
A group of 25 eighth grade students recently traveled to Québec, a predominantly French-speaking province in eastern Canada, to experience and immerse themselves in the culture. During their trip, the students practiced speaking French, learned how to curl and explored various sites in Montréal and Quebec City.
Having explored different ways that artists show depth in their artworks through a variety of techniques and media, fourth graders created their own abstract optical illusions as a culminating project to their studies.
Ms. Tricia Murray, Principal
914-395-0500 ext 1223
Ms. Rakiya Adams, Assistant Principal
914-395-0500 ext 1252