Maggie Walsh is undoubtedly one of the greatest players to ever come through the Byram Hills Girls Varsity Basketball program; and thus, between her great athleticism and fantastic character, she has been named February’s Bobcat of the Month! Let’s learn more about Walsh! Continue reading February’s Bobcat of the Month: Maggie Walsh
As we take time to reflect on ED season, while looking forward to EA, ED2, and of course regular decisions, more and more seniors at Byram Hills are getting ready to start a new phase in their lives. Let’s learn a little bit more about what these seniors are looking forward to! Continue reading Seniors Commit to College!
We have welcomed a new Spanish teacher to the Byram Hills community. Read this article to find out more about Señora Feldi! Continue reading ¡Bienvenidos a BHHS!
As most students have noticed, there is a new face in the administration at Byram Hills High School: Ms. Dubak. Read this article to find out more about our new vice principal! Continue reading BHHS Welcomes Ms. Dubak!
In Byram’s homecoming game, Matt Weiler not only proved to his entire high school what a force he is on the field but he also attracted lots of attention from all of Lower Hudson Valley’s football fans and earned himself the title of Lohud’s Player of the Week! Read on to hear from this star running back! Continue reading Byram Hills Star Running Back Matt Weiler Wins LoHud’s Coveted Player of The Week Award
In February of 2008, the New York Giants faced off against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLII. This was one of the first sporting events that current junior Matthew Levy truly remembers, and it was nothing short of transformative.This page of sports history led him to “fall in love with sports,” and he has never looked back. Read on to learn more about BHHS sports announcer Levy and be sure to come support him this Saturday (9/22) at the BVF game at 1:30 pm! Continue reading Matthew Levy: The Voice of Byram Hills Sports
By Julia Barnett She is a formidable force in the guidance department and her departure will mostly definitely be felt by both students and faculty. When Mrs. Buchman started at BHHS as a guidance counselor in 2000, the high school was a very different place. She explains that she had fewer students and there were very limited electives to choose from. Although a lot has … Continue reading Waving Bye to Mrs. Buchman