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Students Share Talent in Out Loud Mid-Winter Showcase

When the clock struck 5:00 p.m. on the evening of Thursday, February 15, the chapel was filled with students ready to perform. English teacher Mr. Ethan Pennington welcomed everyone to the 6th Annual Out Loud Midwinter Showcase. As in years …

February 16, 2018



Girls Varsity Basketball Undefeated ISAL Champs

The 2017-2018 Girls Varsity Basketball Team has had an undefeated season. With every practice and game, the girls brought their talent, enthusiasm, hard work, and dedication to the court. Coaches Turcio and Fazio, as well as senior captains Maya Finard …

February 15, 2018



Sixth Grader Plays at New York Open Exhibition

Sixth grader Summer Chandler had the honor of being selected to play at the opening night exhibition game of the first New York Open ATP World Tour Tennis Tournament. At NYCB Live’s Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum this past Sunday, Summer played in …

February 15, 2018



2nd Annual History Day

The History Department took over Room 405 on Tuesday, February 13, for York’s second ever History Day exposition and competition. You might recall last year’s “science fair for history” where students completed the kind of research they would for papers, and …

February 14, 2018




Commencement 2016

How are your dinner table conversations?

Science and Everyday Life

What does one do with Algebra?

Can History help the present?

Lin-Manuel Miranda at York


Headmaster’s Thoughts – February 2018

The news that the Lincoln Plaza Cinema is closing at the end of January, is depressing to those of us who live and work in the Lincoln Center area.  We, at York, take our cultural and entertainment opportunities somewhat for granted. Several months ago, we took the entire school to the aforesaid Lincoln Plaza to see “Wonderstruck”, and then were privileged to have Brian Selznick, the book’s author and the film’s screenplay writer, address us all.  About a month later, we took the Middle School to see “Wonder” at the Lincoln Square cinema on the corner of 68th and Broadway,…

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