The BRONXVILLE PROMISE
To innovate, discover, and create. To make something new from what you know.
To find your voice and communicate clearly in order to lead with passion and persistence.
To think critically, explore nature, history, and culture. To gain the understanding and courage to change.
To collaborate and serve. To engage in the world around you and make it a better place.
Bronxville High School juniors, who are exploring major turning points in the history of the United States, welcomed veterans Michael Fix and Vito Pinto to their school to commemorate the 77th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.
As part of a project-based learning experience, fifth-grade students – who have been studying in-depth the United States Constitution – collaborated with their peers to create proposals for a 28th amendment in an attempt to address a variety of current issues they deeply care about.
A group of Bronxville High School students in Chris Doyle’s Bronco TV class recently spent a day touring ESPN Seaport District Studios, located at Pier 17 in New York City, as they connected with experts in the field and learned what it takes to produce a television show.
Matt Rizzo – a Bronxville High School senior and highly accomplished runner – has been named Con Edison’s Westchester Scholar Athlete of the Week. He was recognized for his athletic and academic achievements by a panel of athletic directors and coaches.
Eighth-grade students recently collaborated with members of the high school WISE program to further develop and enhance their digital portfolios, which track their accomplishments throughout their academic careers.
Seven members of the Bronxville High School Model United Nations Club – who stepped into the shoes of United Nations ambassadors to debate a variety of current issues – earned awards at the Princeton Model United Nations Conference, held at Princeton University from Nov. 15-18.
Fourth-graders – who have been conducting extensive research about the various aspects of the lives and culture of the Iroquois and Algonquin tribes – collaborated in groups to construct their own models of Native American dwellings.
Sitting in their flexible seating chairs, eighth-graders tucked away their extra binders and notebooks and swiveled their desks to face each other to participate in group discussions in Alyssa Dioguardi’s English language classes.
As the district’s new K-8 literacy coach, Rosana Colliniates has dedicated her time to support and guide her fellow educators in achieving their goals as reading and writing teachers. Whether fostering greater independence among students or strengthening their writing skills, Colliniates has fully embraced her role.
Ms. Tricia Murray, Principal
914-395-0500 ext 1223
Ms. Adrienne Laitman, Assistant Principal
914-395-0500 ext 1252