Five Science Research Seniors won major awards at the Westchester Rockland 30th Annual Junior Science and Humanities Symposium.
JSHS Press Release (2).pdf
WesRock JSHS is the regional preliminary competition for the Upstate New York Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, one of the most prestigious forums for young scientists in the country.
Congratulations to Stephanie Micucci - 1st Place, Zoe Friedberg - 2nd Place, Brooklyn Grossbard - 2nd Place, Tyler Jenss - 3rd Place and Daniel Plaisance - 1st Place. Please click below for more information on their individual recognitions. Brooklyn, Zoe and Stehanie move on to present at Upstate JSHS and compete to become a delegate at the National JSHS. Tyler will present a competitive poster at Upstate JSHS.
SENIOR OPEN CAMPUS OPT-IN PERMISSION FORM
Senior Open Campus Opt-In Form for 2014-15 (2).pdf
Please click below for information, policy, regulations and the permission slip regarding the Senior Open Campus
2015-2016 Program of Studies
Program of Studies 2015-16 R (2).pdf
The 2015-2016 Program of Studies is now available in the Guidance Office or by clicking below.
Nyack High School has earned a place on the College Board’s 5th Annual Honor Roll.
The success of our students is a direct reflection of our teachers' commitment, dedication, and passion for reaching all of our students.
According to the College Board, Nyack is one of 547 schools in the US and Canada being honored with placement on the Annual Honor Roll for increasing access to AP course work while simultaneously maintaining or increasing the percentage of students earning scores for 3 or higher on AP Exams. The Board of Education and Central Office Administrators will be acknowledging this recognition at the December 9th Board meeting.
NYACK STUDENTS ARE AWARDED PRESTIGIOUS INTEL AWARDS
Brooklyn Grossbard, a senior at Nyack High School, has been named a Semifinalist in the Intel Talent Search 2015, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious pre-college science and math completion. Brooklyn was one of 300 semifinalist chosen from a pool of over 1,800 entrants hailing from 41 states, Puerto Rico, and overseas, for her project entitled, “Secretion of Organic Compounds from Tissue Engineered Adipose on Silk Scaffolds of Differing Sizes Compared to Differing Culture Periods.” Brooklyn receives a $1,000 award from Intel, and an additional $1,000 goes to the school.
Tyler Jenss, a senior at Nyack High School, received an Intel STS Student Initiative Badge for his project entitled, “Growth of Cyanobacteria on Extraterrestrial Materials.” This badge is awarded to an entrant who has exhibited extraordinary effort and dedication in his or her pursuit of scientific research and has made great accomplishments relative to the resources available to him or her.
Daniel Plaisance, Radene Mitchell, Zoe Friedberg, Arianna Injeian, and Emma McGirl were awarded STS Entrant Badges, for recognition of the significant effort involved in successfully completing the STS application, which includes conducting an authentic, college-level research project, and writing a summary paper with a thorough analysis of the data.
Please click below for the Dignity for All Students Incident Report Form.
DASA Incident report-secondary (2).pdf