by Alex Berkman It’s that time of year again….March Madness! One of the most exciting times to be a sports fan is here, and many are already enjoying these games. For whoever you may be, a soccer, football, or even hockey fan, when college basketball in March begins, you will be glued to the television, watching 68 teams compete for the ultimate crown: a National … Continue reading March Madness
Trying to balance studying for tests, extracurriculars, and their social lives is inevitably difficult for students. As more and more schools in Westchester County are changing their start times, BHHS may be considering the same. Find out more in this article! Continue reading Should School Have a Later Starting Time?
Nothing is scarier than walking into a brand new school full of new faces and unfamiliar hallways. Luckily, at Byram Hills we are fortunate enough to have the Mentor program to alleviate this stress. Find out more about what the Mentor program is all about in this article! Continue reading The Senior Mentor Program: Making Change Manageable
For most, the fall of senior year is a stressful and overwhelming time – going back to school, fall sports, and most importantly, applying to college. However, for a select few, that process becomes a little easier. Top student-athletes can be recruited by colleges to play for their school, which increases your chances of admission! Read more to find out about Byram’s very own college athletic commits! Continue reading Taking Their Games to the Next Level!
By Nora Lowe On September 3rd, the eve before the first day of school, approximately one-third of the Byram Hills seniors used chalk to colorfully decorate the sidewalk in front of the entrance to the high school. The students’ eye-catching creations greeted incoming high schoolers on the first day of school. The seniors’ creations included their names, encouraging words, and some small illustrations. This has … Continue reading Colorful Chalk Creations Greet Incoming Students
By Ben Gordon For the first time in Byram Hills High School history, evening athletic events will be held on our turf field. After years of failed recommendations from coaches and other faculty members, senior football player Joe Saglimbeni decided to take charge because, as he put it, “[his] teammates and [himself] had always wanted to play a home game under lights, and since [his] … Continue reading Bobcat of the Month: Joe Saglimbeni
By Raquel Kanner In less than one month, students, teachers, and administrators alike will be enjoying their well-deserved summer vacation. Students may be using this time to plan for college, enjoy famous sites on teen tours, or even spend time with friends and family, but have we ever thought about what BHHS’ teachers do over the summer? Like many BHHS students, teachers are yearning for … Continue reading How Are BHHS’ Teachers Spending the Summer?