Irvington Health and Wellness Fair Raises Awareness

Irvington fourth and fifth grade students practiced mindfulness, explored yoga poses, learned how to make healthy food choices and competed in relay races during Main Street School’s Health and Wellness Fair on... Read more »

BHS Senior Letitia Chan Receives Westchester Chemical Society Award

Senior Letitia Chan was honored by the Westchester Chemical Society for “Outstanding Scholastic Performance in High School Chemistry” at the Society’s annual awards symposium on April 24. “Letitia did exceptional work in... Read more »

Stepinac High School Honors Academy Symposium Addresses NYC-Area Climate Change Solutions

Lower Manhattan and other areas of New York City are not prepared for a catastrophic storm surge and wide- scale damage on a scale far worse than what occurred during superstorm Sandy... Read more »

Road to College: The “Dashboard”

On the Road to College, standardized tests occupy much space in the minds of students. While the message I share with my families is to focus on taking difficult classes while being disciplined and... Read more »

Author Janet Wong Brings a Poetry Suitcase to Briarcliff Manor

Janet Wong, author of over 30 children’s books and volumes of poetry, visited Todd School in Briarcliff Manor this spring to talk to students about her love of language and the importance... Read more »

Scholar-Athlete Spotlight: Miranda Farman

Miranda Farman, a senior at Irvington High School, is a two-sport athlete and exemplary student. Farman has consistently played for her school’s basketball team throughout her time at Irvington High School, playing... Read more »

Irvington Art Show Showcases Student Talent

Sixth through 12th grade students showcased their best artwork during the annual Irvington Middle School/High School Art Show from April 25-26. Under the direction of Nina Rossi, the K-12 visual arts program... Read more »

Sleepy Hollow High School Teacher Presents and Implements New Science Curriculum

Sleepy Hollow High School science teacher, Leana Peltier, along with Pace University professor, Christine Clayton, Ph.D, presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the New England Educational Research Organization. Their presentation, A... Read more »

Putting STEM to Work – Second in a Series

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

Financial Planning Tips for Your College-Bound Student

  Fall classes at universities and colleges will begin in the next couple of months. You might have a child, grandchild, niece or nephew who is ready to spend their semester studying, socializing, and living on their own.... Read more »