By Samantha Krevolin BHHS students have extremely hectic weeks at school all year long. Arriving by 7:45 every morning (sometimes even earlier for extra help), classes until 2:30 in the afternoon, and after-school activities, sports, clubs, and homework, students could use some time off. A good way for high school students to have a break, while experiencing an academically enriching day, is to provide more field trips. Memorable … Continue reading Lack of Field Trips at BHHS
By Julia Barnett Many of Byram Hills’ most talented actors and singers have been very busy this winter, as they’ve been working six days a week for the past two months to perfect their upcoming performance of Les Miserables. The 86 members of the cast and crew are eagerly waiting for the opportunity to show off their hard work when the show finally comes to … Continue reading The Revolution is Set to Begin as Byram Hills Puts Out All the Stops for Les Miserables
By Ellen Amico You’re sitting down, finally focused on completing your math packet. Suddenly, you hear a ‘bing!’ from across the room. You know you should keep working, but you really want to see who texted you. You decide you’ve been working long enough and it’s time to take a quick, five-minute break. You’re scrolling through your Instagram feed and before you know it, … Continue reading Are Phones Distracting to us When We’re Doing Homework?
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 Lily Moss Whether it is a football or basketball game at Byram Hills, you can be sure the bleachers are packed. Students and parents alike come to not only watch the intense sporting event but also to see the Byram Hills cheerleaders motivate the crowd with their synchronized cheers and well-choreographed dance moves. Make no mistake, cheerleading is not all pep and glamor. These … Continue reading BHHS Varsity Cheerleading
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!