The Science Survey

Jing Mae Wang '20 (winner, on left) and Sepncer McQuaig '20 (runner up, on right), stand in front of a print of the newly discovered Cobbe portrait of William Shakespeare.

Jing Mae ’20 Wins Second Place in the NYC Shakespeare Competition Finals For the First Time in Bronx Science History

September 9, 2019

With a selection of over 250 monologues from 38 plays to choose from, The English-Speaking Union, a n...

Plastic bottles like this may one day be replaced by a biodegradable derivative of chitin called chitosan.

Zahin Quayyum ’19 and Tasfia Tasnim ’19 selected as Semifinalists of The Spellman High Voltage Electronics Clean Tech Competition

June 30, 2019

With rapidly increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, global warming is becoming an increasi...

The story of her grandmother has motivated Xiang Li ’19 to remain optimistic in the face of any challenge.

Celebrating the Women of Bronx Science

June 30, 2019

This past March 2019 was Women’s History Month, dedicated to celebrating the achievements and contributi...

Iris Zheng ’19 pays careful attention during a AP Calculus BC class.

Principal For the Day

March 22, 2019

“If you were the principal for a day, what would you like to change about your school?” This is o...

Cindy Cai ’20 studies hard online for her upcoming exams during her free period.

Don’t Study Hard, Study Smart: Tips for MidTerms, Regents, and Finals

December 10, 2018

You are at your desk, typing furiously on your laptop trying to finish your term paper due at eight in...

Tanisha Khan ’22 is excited to join a variety of clubs and try a bunch of new activities.

Diversity at Bronx Science: Meet Some of Our New Wolverines

December 5, 2018

As one of the eight specialized high schools in New York City, Bronx Science has a diverse community...

Spanish Teacher, Mr. Francisco Uceda, plans on dressing up as something related to Spanish or Latin culture.

No Age Limit For Halloween

December 31, 2017

Regardless of the day, it is rare to see Wiz Khalifa casually walk by to teach a physics class.  ...

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