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York Says Goodbye to Class of 2017

The Class of 2017 has officially graduated! On Wednesday, May 24 seventy high school seniors lined up in caps and gowns ready to start a new chapter. Entering the First Church of Christ, Scientist at West 68th Street and Central Park West, …

May 25, 2017

 

 

Varsity Boys Volleyball Make State Tournament

After a remarkable regular season, the Varsity Boys Volleyball team advanced to compete in the State Tournament on Friday, May 19. It was a very special season for York Boys’ Varsity Volleyball. The team finished with an incredible record of …

May 22, 2017

 

 

Cocktail Reception and Auction Draws Large Crowd

The evening of Monday, May 15 brought the highly anticipated Blue and Gold Cocktail Reception and Auction. Friends of York Prep, along with parents and teachers, gathered at the luxury Gansevoort Park Hotel. Since it was located in bustling midtown Manhattan, the hotel …

May 19, 2017

 

 

The Paw Provides All That’s Fit to Print!

The York Prep School newspaper, The Paw, has once again gone to print! The staff of the paper distributed the Spring 2017 Issue last week on Monday, May 8. Students all had copies of the paper delivered to their homeroom …

May 16, 2017

 

 

 

 

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Headmaster’s Thoughts – May 2017

I was sitting in my bath (yes, I am English, I much prefer baths to showers, and the “a” in “bath” is pronounced like the “ar” in “larking”) when I suddenly remembered a quote from maybe 50 years ago. It was by Peter Ustinov; he said that he liked his belly button because he ate celery in his bath, and it was a very convenient place to keep the salt. I was so proud of this sudden flash of memory that I wanted to confirm that it was indeed Peter Ustinov who said it, and so I looked it up…

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