Patterns featuring geometric and organic shapes and bold colors, such as sky-blue, yellow and black…ninth graders in art class at Briarcliff High School have been creating abstract art and using their imagination.
At Briarcliff High School, a frisbee toss is much more than that; physical education teachers Al Meola and A.J. Thau have been taking advantage of the perfect weather and have been teaching students the basic rules of Ultimate Frisbee in their mixed grades physical education classes.
Near-perfect end-of-summer weather, reconnecting with their teammates and coaches, and, most importantly, looser restrictions, have all contributed to high morale among student-athletes who have recently begun Fall preseason athletics on the Briarcliff High School fields.
It’s not every day that Briarcliff students make history.
Briarcliff High School held a send-off ceremony for the four students who will be competing this weekend at the New York State Championship in Cicero-North Syracuse High School.
Chemistry can be magical, according to Briarcliff High School teacher Shaniece Mosley. To prove it, she organized a magic show presented to Todd fourth graders by her AP chemistry students in a one-hour long unforgettable performance.
In 1997 BBC video journalist James Cooke was asked to move from London to New York for six months to help in the network’s Manhattan branch At the time, he had no idea those six months would turn into twenty-five years, in which he would travel all over the world covering stories.
Mr. Cooke recently visited film students in Briarcliff High School to share his experiences working for the BBC and shooting news stories. He even helped the students create videos of their own.