Westchester Teen Becomes Professional Car Racer

From the time she was in elementary school, to her current status as a senior at Rye Neck High School, Kristina Esposito has participated in a number of car-racing leagues, camps, and club... Read more »

Road to College: Guide to 2020 

On the road to college, we use milestones to determine what we have accomplished, and what is to come. As we round the new year into February, parents and students can think... Read more »

Briarcliff High School Attends NYSTEA 2020

The New York State Theatre Education Association, a statewide organization of theatre educators, promotes and supports theatre education for students in grades pre-K through 12. On the weekend of January 10-12, NYSTEA... Read more »

Putting STEM to Work – Fifth in a Series

Thanks to the generous support of Regeneron, a local high school student with a passion for science will be paired, each quarter, with a Regeneron scientist to learn what it is like... Read more »

Briarcliff Girls Basketball Coach Don Hamlin Notches 400th Win 

With a 43-35 victory over Valhalla at home on January 28, the winningest coach in program history won his 400th game.  Briarcliff Athletic Director Chris Drosopoulos said, “Over the last 34 years, he has touched so many lives.... Read more »

Scholar Athlete of the Month – Alana Lombardi

Alana Lombardi will be graduating from Briarcliff High School this spring, and her absence will likely be felt on the court, where she is the all-time leading scorer for her school among all players from... Read more »

Emergency Responder Course Offered at Irvington High School

As a prospective student of medicine, Zoe Jacobs was looking for more ways to get involved in the medical community. She had already done some volunteer work and shadowed doctors, but wanted more. She was particularly interested in taking an EMT... Read more »

Beyond the Classroom: Taking the Stress Out of Taking the Test 

Between mid-year teachers’ assessments and AIMS Web standardized tests, January was a blur. Just before spring break comes the New York State ELA test and just after that, math. While educators tell... Read more »

Ossining Children’s Center Alum Gives Back to His “Home-Away-from-Home”

James Morgan first came to Ossining Children’s Center as a smiling, curious three-month-old. Over twelve years James played, learned and grew as he made his way from the baby room, to the... Read more »

Bulldogs Basketball Player Reaches 1,000-Point Milestone

With just a minute into the basketball game on Jan. 29, Irvington High School senior Abby Conklin reached an impressive career milestone – her 1,000th point. Conklin, an outstanding athlete, was up to... Read more »