The Science Survey

Children skip school with the DOE’s encouragements to protest for their futures at the NYC Climate Strike.

The NYCDOE Overstepped Its Authority By Openly Supporting the NYC Climate Strike

December 17, 2019

On September 12, 2019, at 9:32 AM, the Mayor, on behalf of NYCSchools, tweeted, “New York City stands...

“The future of our planet is far more important than any test I will take in High School,” said Noah Getz ’21.

Climate Strike or Math Test?

December 17, 2019

On September 20th, 2019, many students walked out of Bronx Science to protest the blind eye that Congress...

AP Spanish Teachers Sra. Olmedo and Sr. San Martin pose in costume together as Diego and Frida.

From Orthopedic Corsets to Torzalas

June 11, 2019

Brightly painted lips and a defiant gaze resting below a single brow: Frida Kahlo’s trademark features...

In rehearsal, Victoria Ono ’19 works with the musical director on the opening number for her role as the understudy for the Baker’s Wife.

Your Wish Is Our Command

June 11, 2019

Students gather around the piano in the dim lighting of the auditorium. As the pianist guides them through...

Eshani Chowdhury '19 helps to lead her group for their NASHA performance.

NASHA’s Back, Better Than Ever!

June 11, 2019

Springtime was full of excitement at Bronx Science and everyone was anticipating some fun exciting spring...

Assistant Principal Mr. Kalin (left) and Archit Kothari ’19 (right) discuss the solar energy benefits of the 146 solar panels on Bronx Science’s roof.

Bronx Science Sustainability: What We Can Do

March 25, 2019

In 2005, the New York Power Authority financed the installation of 146 solar panels on the roof of Bronx...

Esther Huang ’20 said, “This year’s wildfire season is unlike any before, with mass scale devastation and millions of dollars in damages.”

California Wildfires: Environmental Causes

March 25, 2019

Burning hot ash and fire embers falling from the trees, families running in all directions, abandoning...

A Supreme Court discussion takes place in Ms. Kountourakis’ A.P. U.S. History class.

The Impact of Kavanaugh

December 13, 2018

The search for Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s replacement grew contentious as soon as it began....

Mr. Sarker and Sarah Mack ’19 discuss the results of a climate change survey that was given out to a freshman engineering class.

Two Physics Teachers Lead Climate Awareness

December 12, 2018

“100-year storm,” “500-year rainfall,” and “1,000-year flood.” These are descriptions of...

Project FIRE x Novel Girls Book Drive

Project FIRE x Novel Girls Book Drive

December 12, 2018

Drew Faust, the President of Harvard University, once said, “We educate women because it is smart....

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