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.
The talented members of the Bronxville High School band have been preparing to debut a remarkable piece of music, which was crafted by a professional composer specifically for them, during their spring concert on April 17.
A group of 20 talented Bronxville School students have been selected to perform with All-County music ensembles by the Westchester County School Music Association for its 2024 festival concerts in March.
Having conducted extensive historical research on a topic of their choice, a group of Bronxville High School freshmen and sophomores were named winners in one of several categories at the Bronxville History Day Competition on Feb. 7. Their authentic work focused on this year’s theme of “Turning Points in History.”
Bronxville High School’s talented students will present “Curtains!” as their musical production from Feb. 8-10. Under the guidance of Pamela Simpson, the students will entertain audiences with humor, suspense, and dazzling song and dance numbers reminiscent of golden-age musicals.
Bronxville High School senior Simos Dimas has been recognized for his philanthropic efforts with the Westchester Youth Service Award. The award honors juniors and seniors for their leadership and service with a social justice lens to their community.
Bronxville High School students and their families have generously donated more than 100 gifts to veterans at the New York State Veterans Home at Montrose to express their gratitude.
Bronxville High School student Brendan Morrisroe has earned second place in the Veterans of Foreign Wars’ Voice of Democracy audio-essay competition.
Twenty-five members of the Bronxville High School Model United Nations club participated in the Princeton Model United Nations Conference, held at Princeton University from Nov. 16-19. Several of the students earned awards at the prestigious conference.
Bronxville High School has been named to the Advanced Placement School Honor Roll, earning a Platinum distinction for its outstanding work in welcoming more students into AP courses and supporting them on the path to college success.