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Follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook for news and conversation...Lee/The New York Times Semon Basar, 17, says she spends over an hour on the subway in each direction to get to school, though it is only a 15-minute ride by car...Lee/The New
New York Daily News Bronx High School of Science(green jersey) Lyria Wiener against Lab Museum United High School(white jersey) Sophia Coutavas, left, and Danielle Herlihy on Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013 in New York, N.Y.
Stories Bill de Blasio vowed Wednesday to overhaul how children are chosen for New York City's elite public high schools, saying the high-stakes admissions test should no longer be the only factor in the selection process. Tackling an emotional issue
B' baseball playoffs with a 6-3 win over Bronx Law, Government & Justice on Thursday. Goetz, the Bronx Science starter, was pulled with just one out to go in the top of the seventh inning but only so he could be of even more use to his team in the
Bronx Science rearraigned on hazing charges Pier Berkmans, Thomas Brady and Boubacar Diallo presented somber expressions in court Tuesday, a sharp contrast from their last court appearance. Wednesday, April 24, 2013, 10:16 AM Jefferson Siegel Thomas
Williams, Budd Three students at the Bronx High School of Science have been arrested in connection with alleged hazing on the track team. Three students from the elite Bronx High School of Science have been arrested in connection with hazing
42 PM Updated: Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 2:42 PM Wagner senior outside hitter Karolina Gajda damaged her right shoulder in practice last season and has endured the pain of dealing with an injury that hasn't completely healed.
Class A championship match to protest the league's decision to postpone that game until after Thanksgiving...BasSie said the last straw for him came when the league decided to postpone the city championship match between his Wolverines and top-seeded
Bronx Science junior midfielder Alexandra Scheman dubbed the girls soccer playoffs a revenge tour, which referred to her team's desire to beat all the teams it had lost to during the regular season, when the club was ravaged with injuries. Class A
The strong Asian-American presence at New York's elite public high schools has been years in the making. Now, however, comes the backlash: parents are complaining, in essence, that schools like Stuyvesant and Bronx Science are, you know, too Asian...