In just two weeks, the Byram Hills Authentic Science Research Program will be holding the 29th Annual Dr. Pavlica ASR Symposium – an evening full of inquiry, discussion, celebration, and more! Read on to learn about this incredible evening you’ll definitely want to mark your calendars for! Continue reading An Evening You Won’t Want to Miss!
By Drew Siskin It is no secret that students at Byram are under huge amounts of stress, and because of this, many of us are easily bothered. As teenagers, we cannot help but be bothered by even just the small things.For example, my best friend Snapchatted me bright and early at 6:23 on a horrible Monday morning, “Ugh we have school today.” This might sound … Continue reading That Bothers You Too? – Byram’s 25 Top Pet Peeves
By Lauren Amico After ten long and hard months, Byram Hills students and staff are certainly ready for a break. Thankfully, summer vacation is quickly approaching. June 12th is the last day of actual classes for students and then finals week, and June 22nd is officially the last day of school for all students throughout the district! Students have upwards of eight weeks to spend … Continue reading Summer Break: What are Byram Students Doing?
By Samantha Krevolin Every year prom season rolls around with new promposals, dresses, and excitement. Prom is a big tradition at Byram Hills High School, especially for seniors. It is one of the last events where students get together before parting ways to go off to college. Students look forward to the warm first week of June when they know prom weekend is about to … Continue reading Roses are Red, Violets are Blue, What Will the Prom Changes Do?
By Amanda Tuzzo Have you ever visited the Museum of Modern Art or the Guggenheim? Did you walk through the exhibits amazed by the breathtaking displays? I bet you didn’t know, however, that you didn’t need to travel to New York City to see the amazing artwork! Each year, Byram Hills holds an AP Art show displaying the work of some of the most talented … Continue reading An Amazing Achievement: The AP Art Show
By Hailey Jacobs Some teachers at Byram Hills believe it is important to teach about current events in the school, while others do not. In fact, we even have an elective called Global Scholars that focuses on current events. However, many students do not watch the news daily or read the newspaper every week so they may not know what is going on in the … Continue reading Should We Teach Current Events?
By Renner Kwittken By this point in the school year, many seniors have committed or are considering their options as to where to spend the next chapter of their life. In the senior class, there is a prevailing sense of nostalgia and nervous excitement. Seniors are noticing their “lasts” in high school and are thinking back on their four years with mixed emotions of fondness as … Continue reading How Seniors Really Feel About College