by Mia Dittrich By November 14th, all seniors in the Authentic Science Research program had submitted their final papers to Regeneron after three years of research. The Regeneron Science Talent Search is the most reputable science competition for high school students in the country, granting over 3.1 million dollars in awards. The seniors worked unbelievably hard to get to the point of submission, and the … Continue reading Reflecting on Regeneron
Though Thanksgiving may be in the past, this time of the year is all about giving thanks, and thus, it’s never too late to host a Friendsgiving of your own! Read this article to get some inspiration! Continue reading 4 Steps to the Perfect Friendsgiving
In mid-November, the Student Leadership Board visited Mentor classes to teach a very important lesson. Read on to learn more about SLB and what they taught BHHS’ freshmen! Continue reading SLB Visits Mentor Classes!
Just a few weeks ago BHHS’ students participated in their annual Wellness Day. Continue reading to learn more about the way that students relaxed and de-stressed! Continue reading Byram Hills’ Annual Wellness Day
A waterfall in the library? Yup, you heard that correctly! Stop by to check it out! Continue reading The Waterfall Has Arrived!
On Friday, November 16th, Byram’s students had their first snow day of the 2018-19 school year! Read on to learn about the community’s opinion regarding the closing of schools and how students spent this time off.
Continue reading A Snow Day in November?
As the deadlines for Early Decision and Early Action have recently passed, Byram Hills seniors are feeling anxious. Read on to learn more about these early deadlines and the benefits and drawbacks to applying this way. Continue reading EA/ED: What’s the Difference?