By Hayley Siegle One thing we, the Byram Hills community, pride ourselves on is our warm and welcoming environment, which is shown through the excitement of our students and teachers in accepting foreign exchange students, making them feel at home. Most recently, I had the privilege of speaking with Seoyeong Bang, a junior from Korea, who is attending Byram Hills High School for the 2016-2017 school year. … Continue reading The Oracle Goes International: Meet Seoyeong Bang
By Renner Kwittken When asked about Sophie Karp’s future, her Science Research teacher, Mrs. Greenwald, responded, “Sophie is born to be a doctor. She is fascinated by the intricacies of biology and wants to make the world a better place. With her determination, incredible organization skills, and maturity, she will do [just that]!” Sophie is studying the relationship between chronic kidney disease and cardiovascular diseases. … Continue reading Sophie Does Not Skip a Beat in Science Research
By Alexandra Brocato A trained computer hacker with years of experience in computer engineering at Pricewaterhouse, a celebrity for having been on Nickelodeon in sixth grade, and a stand-up comedian; Mrs. Pellegrino isn’t your average Mathematics Department Chair. Junior Alex Cvern describes her as a “funny, clever, and inspirational” teacher. Mrs. Pellegrino grew up in Jericho, Long Island and remained there until just before the … Continue reading Mrs. Pellegrino: “A Legalized Computer Hacker”
By Alexis Aberman With pressure to succeed in school and high stress levels from large work loads, it is easy for students to get caught up in their demanding schedules at Byram Hills High School. Students at Byram Hills attend classes from 7:45 am until 2:25 pm, and they certainly dedicate large sums of time outside of school to completing homework and doing other … Continue reading Byram Hills Students: Making an Impact Both Inside and Outside of the Classroom
By Renner Kwittken “Jamie has been an inspiration to future lab researchers in our program. She has taught everyone that no matter what you expect your study to be, never make assumptions that it will turn out that way. Be prepared to meet challenges, know your topic, and never stop working so that you are ready for anything.” These are some kind words from Mrs. … Continue reading A Spotlight on Jamie Begleiter & Her Science Research Project
By Casey Begleiter Have you heard about the new app in the making? The app that’s going to make our lives 1,000 times easier! The app that is going to deliver food right to your doorstep from any restaurant of your own choice! Well, if not, keep reading and learn more about this future app created by our own BHHS students that will turn cravings … Continue reading An Interview with the Founders of WestchesterEats
By Izzy Sullivan Mr. Jobin, the substitute teacher stepping in for Ms. Barnum at the moment, is not only known as a ‘sub’ to his students, but also called a “genius” by his Algebra 2 students, according to Riley Sullivan. Riley also says that Mr. Jobin is “well-liked by his students and [is] very funny.” Mr. Jobin made his students laugh from the moment he walked … Continue reading Welcome Mr. Jobin!