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.
As a culminating experience to their science studies, sixth grade students worked together to investigate what it takes to live on the moon. Throughout the investigation, which took place from June 14-21, they discovered how to supply water, food and air to the moon before building their own models of possible lunar colonies.
Eighth grade students – members of the Class of 2023 – celebrated an important milestone in their academic careers during a moving-up ceremony on June 19 before an audience of friends, family and administrators. The students will embark on the next phase of their educational journey as high school freshmen in the fall.
Eighth grade students – who have been examining themes and issues that have spanned the history of the United States from the formation of the colonies to today’s current events – worked over several months to create their capstone projects that reflected a deep understanding of their topics.
Dressed in the traditional white dresses and tuxedos, members of the Bronxville High School’s Class of 2019 received their diplomas during the 97th commencement ceremony, held on the school’s front lawn on June 15.
With combined experience and service to the district of 310 years, 12 Bronxville School teachers and faculty members are retiring this school year.
When sophomore Olivia O’Keefe skillfully painted the ocean, several sea creatures and soda bottles draining into the water as part of her design over a storm drain on Pondfield Avenue, she had a simple, yet powerful message. She aimed to raise awareness about how litter in the streets connects to the Bronx River.
Ninth through 12th grade students were recognized for their outstanding accomplishments and contributions in the classroom and beyond during the annual Academic Awards ceremony on June 10.
Seventh-graders – who have been studying the Constitution of the United States in Eva Gambino’s and David Katz’s social studies classes – worked together over several weeks to curate a museum as their culminating project.