Cancer is a disease that many people are familiar with. Students in the BHHS Youth Against Cancer Club are devoted to helping assuage its devastating effects as best they can. Read on to learn about the activities involved in YAC. Continue reading YAC is Back… And Better than Ever
September 6th, just over a month ago, was a day full of amazing debates thanks to the efforts of the Byram Hills Speech and Debate Team. It was the annual Byram Hills Invitational. Read on to get insight from members of the team and learn more. Continue reading BHHS Debate Tournament
The Helping Young People Excel (H.Y.P.E.) club recently hosted a very successful spring event that allowed students to make connections and spend time with the developmentally disabled adults in our community. Read on to learn more about the club and this recent special occasion! Continue reading The H.Y.P.E Spring Event
Mu Alpha Theta is a national honor society for the strongest math students. Read on to hear all about its recent induction ceremony… Continue reading Mu Alpha Theta’s Newest Members
by Mia Dittrich Mu Alpha Theta is a high school and two-year college mathematics honors society. Byram Hills students taking advanced math classes were initiated into Mu Alpha Theta this fall and they have spent the last few months racking up points to earn their places in the Math Honors Society. These points were obtained by giving younger students math homework help, working bake sales, … Continue reading Mu Alpha Theta
By Marleigh Canter Last month, 48 teams from the Lower Hudson Valley came to Byram Hills High School to compete in the Science Olympiad Regional Competition. According to Mr. Horowitz, “Science Olympiad is a competition where students compete in about 25 different events in all fields of science; biology, chemistry, physics, earth science, engineering, and all STEM events.” The regional competition has been hosted by … Continue reading Checking in with Sci-O!
Everyone remembers their mentor class fondly. With this year’s mentor classes coming to an end, Lucy Kwittken explores how the Freshman class feels, and what they will remember. Read more to see what the freshmen loved the most from the program Continue reading Waving Goodbye to Mentor!