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  • Marching towards a magical moment

    Their music marched them straight into a world of magic; the Saints Brigade Drum and Bugle Corps is performing in two parades in Magic Kingdom on Saturday, July 15. They will be playing five pieces as they walk through the park: “Empire State of Mind,” “When a Man Loves a Woman,” “Legend of the One-Eyed Sailor,” “I Need to Know,” and “Feeling Good.” 

  • Port Chester Yacht Club presents $500 scholarship to 2 PCHS seniors

    The Port Chester Yacht Club (PCYC) presented two Port Chester High School seniors with scholarship awards this year. Emily Loiaconi and James Repaci each received a certificate and a $500 scholarship award during the PCHS Senior Awards Ceremony on May 18. 

  • Blind Brook Board of Education sticks with leadership status quo

    It’s the same-old, same-old for this coming academic year when it comes to Blind Brook Board of Education’s leadership. During their annual reorganizational meeting on Thursday, July 6, Jeff Diamond and Ryan Goldstein kept their positions of power at the head of the U-shaped table. 

  • Wolff and Capeci take the reins of Port Chester school board

    The Port Chester Board of Education was shaken up during its annual reorganization meeting on Monday, July 10 when a new person entered the fray and two new leaders took their positions in the center of the table. 

  • B.B. music groups excel at spring competitions

    The Blind Brook Music Department is pleased to announce the following accomplishments by its performing groups this spring:

  • The next five years look a little bleak for the Port Chester School District in terms of finances. Assistant Superintendent for Business Maura McAward presented the district’s five-year outlook (2016-2021) during the Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, June 20. 

  • PCHA presents laptop to deserving PCHS grad

    For the third year in a row, the Port Chester Housing Authority has presented a laptop computer to one of its tenants. This year’s recipient was Julissa Hernandez from 13 Weber Dr. 

  • Over $200,000 awarded in scholarships to P.C. first generation college students
    It’s the time of year where students are hugging each other for what could be the final time, saying goodbye to their old teachers and getting ready to face their future outside of high school. 
  • Saying goodbye to Blind Brook after 30+ years of service

    Retirement is a well-deserved break, and after 30+ years, these Blind Brook faculty and staff members are slated to enjoy some down time. 

  • Her name is cemented in stone
    “Superintendent Susan” were the first two words out of current Blind Brook Superintendent Dr. Jonathan Ross’s mouth as he addressed the crowd gathered to help him honor Susan Arkawy on Friday, June 23. 
  • Kindergarten teacher hangs up her smock after 34 years at KSS

    It is the end of an era at King Street School as Laurie Glockenberg has hung up her smock, made her last potato latke and given her last hug. A big part of the school for 34 years, she called it a day when school ended last Friday, June 23.

  • Pulitzer Prize-winning BBHS alumnus addresses graduating Class of 2017

    On Thursday, June 22 Blind Brook High School bid farewell to 130 seniors during a graduation ceremony at the Purchase College Performing Arts Center. Family and friends alike crowded into the theater waiting for the Class of 2017 to walk in.

  • When it rains, it pours Port Chester pride

    After surviving four long years, 267 Port Chester High School students finally learned how to speed up the entire process: throw a 50 percent chance of rain into the mix. 

  • From marching band to medicine

    Port Chester High School valedictorian Emily Loiaconi jokes that her success and 100.652 grade point average stemmed from her dedication to studying and lack of sleep. Something must be sacrificed if she wants to become the person who helps cure cancer. 

  • Lending her mind to science

    Port Chester High School’s International Baccalaureate (IB) program left such a mark on graduate and salutatorian Anita Karas that she is going to be spending the next four years at Stony Brook University studying science. 

  • B.B. top scholar Stacy Gerchick to take Pennsylvania by storm

    Top scholar Stacy Gerchick feels ready to make the leap from editor-in-chief of Blind Brook High School’s Focus newspaper to incoming freshman at the University of Pennsylvania.

  • BBHS Graduating Class of 2017
    A list of all of the 130 Blind Brook High School Class of 2017 graduates.
  • B.B.’s Rowan Reddy looks forward to studying engineering at Cornell

    In less than two months, Rowan Reddy will be off to Cornell University in Ithaca, N.Y. Though “it’s definitely subject to change,” he is considering studying either civil or mechanical engineering. 

  • PCHS Graduating Class of 2017
    A list of all of the 267 Port Chester High School Class of 2017 graduates.
  • PCMS students win $10K for ALD Connect charity

    It was a win-win for Port Chester Middle School, as a group of sixth grade students recently took second place, which consists of $10,000 towards their chosen charity, ALD Connect, and $5,000 worth of technology for their school during the annual Lead2Feed Challenge. 

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