A handful of high school students in the Briarcliff community have one or more permanent tattoos. While many students think of tattoos with a negative connotation, just as many are contemplating getting one of their own someday. Jessica Lynch, a senior at Briarcliff High School, comments, “If I were to get a tattoo, I would want it to be something that I would never regret, even when I’m 85.” Continue reading “Briarcliff’s Tattoos: Insider Look”
Every Wednesday after school, National Art Honor Society, or Art Club, gathers its paintbrushes and meets upstairs to continue working on a mural-in-progress. Composed of art students from each grade, Art Club promotes and celebrates art in the school through community service projects. On the first floor, behind the library, the mural features ideal landscapes from around the world out of a window, like “a window to an ideal ecosystem.” Continue reading “Art Club’s New Wall Mural”
Approximately seven years ago, a clothing store named March Boutique opened in Briarcliff as a stylish new addition to town. March, for short, “is an award winning boutique tucked in the heart of the village of Briarcliff Manor.” Just recently, it relocated to another spot on the Briarcliff town strip next to Good Food. Owner Lynn Puro explains, “We used to be about 300 yards north of here, but this new location is a much bigger space, with more visibility, and much more convenience for Continue reading “March Boutique: “SoHo in Briarcliff””
“This could be AP PE!” Mr. Meola exclaimed after watching a gym class pour its heart into big bat boomer baseball, speedball, or any of the coveted sports in physical education. Continue reading “AP Physical Education”
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Robert Karp, sophomore at Briarcliff High School and CEO and founder of Karp Enterprises, successfully filed for a DBA, registering his company in the Westchester County Business Database on November 26, 2012. He was determined.