As we are just a few weeks into the New Year, many people have created resolutions to celebrate their past and their future. What’s your resolution? Continue reading New Year’s Resolutions
In reflecting on the holiday season, BHHS’ students are proud to say that they have made Christmas a reality for families in our community! Read more to learn about how the Senior Mentor Program has connected with the Ronald McDonald House!
Continue reading The Mentors Take a Trip to the Ronald McDonald House
In today’s day and age, staying healthy can be a big challenge, especially for teenagers. Thus, Ms. Healy took initiative and created a class that promotes living a healthy lifestyle. Continue reading to learn about this new elective! Continue reading Ms. Healy’s New Class: Wellness 4 Life
Just a few days ago, Byram Hills’ Boys Varsity Basketball faced the Rye Garnets. Read on to hear about Byram’s breathtaking win! Continue reading BHBVB Prevail Over the RYE Garnets
The ability to drive to school is a rite of passage that high school students view as part of the transition from adolescence into adulthood. That said, many juniors question why they cannot drive to school. Let’s see what some of BHHS’ students have to say! Continue reading SHOULD JUNIORS BE ABLE TO DRIVE TO SCHOOL?
A fan of the Fantastic Beasts? Read Mrs. Nardone’s take on Grindelwald!
And… be sure to leave a comment if you’d like to see more movie and book reviews! Continue reading “The Crimes of Grindelwald” as Told by Ms. Nardone
For many, sitting down to eat lunch at school is a time in which memories are made, snacks are traded, and students recharge for the rest of their day. This is not the case for all children, however. And thus, we are forced to ask ourselves, “Should school lunch be free?” Continue reading to explore the pros and cons of free lunch. Continue reading SHOULD SCHOOL LUNCH BE FREE?