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In its first year, competing against seasoned teams, the Robotics Team qualifies to go to the New York State Meet.
Jesse Fisher ’23 and William Rorech ’23 both earn first place spots in NYSAIS championships.
Martine Fiore ’22 and Leo Yihan Wang ’23 won Gold Key and other honors in the 2022 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for their photography and drawings.
Diahann Billings-Burford ’90, P’20 named one of Sports Illustrated 100 Influential Black Women in Sports.
Alumnus Chris Cannizzaro ’18 named 2022 Patriot League Baseball Preseason Player of the Year.
Dr. Alex Carter receives the Esther M. Terry Award for the most distinguished doctoral dissertation produced in Afro-American Studies from University of Massachusetts – Amherst.
Baseball, Boys’ Basketball, and Softball took home the top prizes–Ivy League and NYSAIS championships. Wrestling took the Ivy League title.
Alumna Alyssa May Gold ’08 was a cast member in the Tony-nominated Broadway play How I Learned to Drive.
Grade 4 placed 2nd in New York State in the Continental Math League competition.
Accepted into the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Institute:
Julia’Belle Reyfman ’23 with the javelin throw is #1 in NY State, personal record (PR), new school Record 119ft 9in
Chantal Guthrie ’24 with the shot put is Top 25 in NY State, personal record, new school record 34ft 5in.
History Club students excel! In the NYC Regionals, Marisa Triola ’24 earned first place for her website and June Dorsch ’23 earned second place for her paper.
Huge congratulations to June for her first place finish in the NY State History Day competition and for advancing to the national competition! And congratulations as well to Marisa for advancing to the state competition!
Upper School’s Concert Choir performed at Carnegie Hall where Jasmine Donald ’24 was selected as featured soloist.
Polyglot staff receives Bronze level award in Jostens 2021-22 National Yearbook Program of Excellence program recognized for dynamic and engaging yearbook.
Composer Jordan Millar ’24 was selected for Intersection Music’s LISTEN project. Jordan was commissioned to write an original, solo work for the flute.
Jordan was also selected for the New York Youth Symphony’s Music Composition and Musical Theater Composition programs this year. Her piece “vidia” was performed by the Amoroso Quartet.