Five distinguished Bronxville High School seniors – Maya Brinster, Artemas Radik, Michael Randall, Eve Sullivan and Avery Widen – have been named semifinalists in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship program.
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.
For the first time since mid-March, the sound of chatter has returned to the classrooms and hallways as the Bronxville School welcomed its students back in person on Sept. 14. While the highly anticipated day looked a little different, it was still filled with excitement for learning and the joy of being reunited with friends and teachers.
The Bronxville School welcomed seven new faculty members, six psychology interns and six teacher residents during a two-day orientation, held virtually Aug. 31-Sept. 1. The group met with administrators and curriculum leaders to discuss policies and procedures before they take on their new roles.
In what has been described as a year of triumphs and challenges, the Bronxville School celebrated its Class of 2020 graduates during a socially distanced, student-only graduation ceremony on the school’s front lawn on July 18.
AJ Radik, a rising senior at Bronxville High School, has been selected as a winner of Apple’s WWDC20 Swift Student Challenge. The global coding competition, which drew entries from thousands of the brightest students from around the world, recognized Radik for his innovation, creativity and technical ability.
Members of Bronxville High School’s Class of 2020 celebrated their talents in the performing and visuals arts during the annual baccalaureate on June 19. Livestreamed via YouTube, the event featured a combination of prerecorded and live musical performances, as well as remarks from Advanced Placement Art and Design students who shared their body of work.
Vowing to continue to grow, embrace new challenges and use their voices to make a difference in the world, members of Bronxville Middle School’s eighth grade class celebrated the next chapter of their educational journey during a virtual moving-up ceremony on June 18.
Bronxville Elementary School fifth graders performed "Home" by Phillip Phillips in celebration of their moving-up to Bronxville Middle School.
Bronxville School students and their families lined up along various parts of the school district to cheer on their teachers as they drove by in a staff parade on June 19.
Ms. Tricia Murray, Principal
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Ms. Rakiya Adams, Assistant Principal
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