The Science Survey

Kurt Tio ‘20 is one of the few students to achieve a score of 1580 on his SAT exam.

SAT Advice from High Achievers

March 25, 2019

The first weekend of each month marks a stressful day for many juniors. After all, they are about to...

Students reconvene to share what they spoke about in small groups during an ADL meeting.

Introducing the Anti-Defamation League

March 25, 2019

Bias, both subconscious and conscious, manifests itself in almost all settings in our everyday lives....

Model UN Secretary Anthony Bonavita '20 uses a walkie-talkie to keep this year's SCIMUNC running smoothly.

MUN-precedented Success

March 25, 2019

Debate may take up the bulk of morning announcements now, but with Model UN’s rapidly growing team,...

Study of Innocent X,' 50

Dr. Tramantano: English Teacher and Painter

December 24, 2018

Dr. Tramantano may seem like your average Bronx Science English teacher: he enjoys literature, wears...

Justin Chan '19 holds up a David Wright shirt.

David Wright, Mets Legend, Plays Final Game

December 12, 2018

David Wright, arguably one of the greatest players in New York Mets history, played his final game as...

David Saperstein ’53

May 30, 2018

Writer David Saperstein, class of ’53, returned to Bronx Science to be inducted into its newly created...

Walter De Maria's 'Earth Room.'

Art Crawl with Anna

May 10, 2018

Every year, as the weather becomes warmer, the city becomes crowded with tourists. Museums, especially...

Students (left to right) Alison Cheung ’18, Swara Kalva ’18, Chloe Frajmund ’19, Sabrina Raouf ’18, and Zaid Sarmad ’18, at their daily 3 p.m. gathering to play HQ.

The Game That is Taking Over

May 2, 2018

“Hello HQ-ties!” beams the habitual cheery voice. A little behind schedule as usual, it’s Scott...

Pietro Topa '19, a writer for Vox Discipulorum, reads a student's submission.

Introducing the Vox Discipulorum: World Language Magazine

May 1, 2018

Vox Discipulorum can be translated to ‘voice of the student’ in Latin. In a school as diverse as...

Natasha Stamler '18

Stamler Gains Recognition in the Scientific Community

May 1, 2018

Every Bronx Science student starts from the same position: as a freshman who has yet to branch out and...

Max Steiker '18, Editorial columnist.

Zimbabwe’s Coup and the End of an Era

March 2, 2018

On Tuesday November 21, Robert Mugabe stepped down as the president of the Nation of Zimbabwe, after...

“Winning Third Place at the City Championships was absolutely amazing because it was the first time in six years that the varsity team qualified to go the state meet together,” said Ben Wade ‘19.

Running Towards Victory

March 2, 2018

The end of another great sports season is always bittersweet: we are grateful for yet another amazing...

Varsity Soccer member Claire Glendening '18 swiftly dribbles the soccer ball across the field, and away from opponents during a game.

Bronx Science Sweeps Division Championships Over and Over Again

March 2, 2018

Bronx Science is not only home to strong academics. It is home to dominating many sports division titles!...

Mark Maraj, the new head coach for Girls' Varsity Swimming

New Season, New Coach: The Girls’ Varsity Swim Team Faces A Tough Challenge This Year

December 4, 2017

The start of a sports season is exciting for everyone. It’s an opportunity to learn from last season’s...

The Survey Strip

The Survey Strip

December 4, 2017

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Access Denied

December 4, 2017

It’s been nearly 30 years since the invention of the World Wide Web, and internet freedom has since...

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