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Mimi Zannetos (‘17) participated in a debate competition at Princeton University from November 15-18 as part of Bronxville High School’s Model UN Club!

Lyndsie Schultz (‘17) earned All League Honors for Girls Cross Country at Bronxville as they were Section One Champs and placed 2nd in NYS!

Max Pearce (‘10) wows current TCS students with a fabulous Dunk Show before heading off to training camp with The Harlem Globetrotters. Max won the 2018 Dark Horse Dunk Contest to earn the right to compete in the 2018 Dunkin’ Donuts NCAA Dunk Contest, where he was a semi-finalist. He has a B.S. in Finance from SUNY Purchase. (See video montage below)

Chris Burich (Back Left), Maggie Tween (Front Center) and Annie Kinnally (Front Right) from TCS Class of 2016, joined “Courts for Kids” in Maciel, Paraguay last summer as part of a service trip run by Loyola School-NYC.

Michael Blackwell (‘15) was selected as a participant for the NYSSMA (New York State School Music Association) All-State Choir for 2018 after earning a  perfect score for his performance of  Schubert's 'Der Lindenbaum' at the NYSSMA festival held at NYU in June.  He will be participating in the Mixed Chorus as a Baritone at the annual Winter concert held in Rochester, NY from November 29 - December 2. 2018.   His vocal coach is TCS's own George Heath. Michael received an award from the National Youth Arts association  for 'best supporting role in a musical' for his role as 'Caldwell B. Cladwell' in the Fordham Prep production of Urinetown in the Fall of 2017.  The play also earned an award for 'Outstanding Production'.  

Lily Bennett (‘17) joins Michael Blackwell as part of Fordham Prep’s cast of “Newsies!”

Talia Campbell (‘18) was given an opportunity to do a special two-week program at Google's Code Next Foundation.  Talia was then invited back to join Google's Team Edge, a competitive two-year computer science leadership program where a small group of high performing students will be immersed in the fundamentals of computer science, computational thinking and leadership.  The program meets on Saturdays and began this September.