“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”
Briarcliff High School is home to several creatures including flies, bees, cats, mice and the occasional raccoon. Students and teachers alike have noted the abundance of fruit flies throughout the school. Many are seen on the second floor of the building. Mrs. Becerra calls them “unwelcome visitors to American History class,” noting that the they lay dormant, lurking, Continue reading “Animal Infestation: Briarcliff is a Zoo”
As the fall sports season has come to a close, the cross country team has had a chance to reflect on its accomplishments this season. This past fall has been a tremendous season for the Briarcliff Cross Country team, both for individual runners and the team as a whole.
The Intel Science Talent Search (STS) is a prestigious science research competition among high school seniors. For the seniors who have entered the competition from Briarcliff, Intel STS represents the culmination of three years of hard work and dedication.
Arthur Kaufman is a Briarcliff High School senior and a captain of the varsity boys’ soccer team. Kaufman began his soccer career in preschool and has been playing on the BHS Varsity Soccer team for three years. This year, Arthur has primarily been playing center-back, the rock of the defense. Continue reading “Student Athlete Spotlight: Arthur Kaufman”