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Challenge Summer Institute

Challenge Summer Institute runs from July 31-August 11.  It is a fun, activities-based camp for students who are enthusiastic about learning.  It is open to students currently in grades 2-8 from Tarrytown and the surrounding areas as well.   Classes include computer programming, Lego architecture, robotics, crime scene investigation, martial arts, toy design, court room dramas, solar power, food chemistry, app design, kickboxing and more!

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From Military To Mercy College To Math Teacher!

William Farber of Ardsley is a Professor at Mercy College. He has obtained a grant to provide veterans with a great scholarship – from the military to Mercy College to Math Teacher. Veterans can earn a Master of Science Degree in Mathematics Education and have their tuition fully covered!

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May 2017 Education Roundup

As our schools wrap up their end-of-the-year activities, parents and students come together to celebrate this school year’s great achievements and to showcase work done well. High Schoolers are winning awards for philanthropy and science. Younger children “danced it out” outdoors for physical education. Even our educators are being celebrated, as one of Irvington’s teachers has been given a Google Certification.


Accomplished Ossining High School Senior Selected as National Merit Scholar

Ossining High School senior, Adriana Scanteianu, is in the first group of winners in the 62nd annual National Merit Scholarship Program.

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