Humanities in Bronx Science

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Ellie Michaud ’20 works on her college essay in English class.

Being that science is in our name, STEM subjects are often touted as the bread and butter of Bronx Science. While we have many amazing STEM classes and teachers, the humanities classes at Science are a hidden gem. There are English, World Languages, History, and Art classes to captivate the interest of every student, taught by some of the most talented teachers in the school. Not all of our students want to be scientists!

While we have many amazing STEM classes and teachers, the humanities classes at Science are a hidden gem.

 
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Sophomores engage in deep discussion about the class reading during English class.

 

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Will Nacos ’20 shows off his cool AirPods in AP French class.

 

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Ethan Hall ’20 peer reviews a college essay during English class.

 

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Some seniors discuss the Do Now in AP Comparative Government.

 

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A student reviews a text in Spanish class.

 

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A group of juniors discuss their homework in English
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Daniella Castro ’20 does some research on her laptop in AP Literature.

 

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A sophomore reads Charles Dickens’ ‘A Tale of Two Cities’ with engagement during English class.

 

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Dylan Marshall ’22 responds to a comment made by a peer during an English class discussion.
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