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SWBOCES Congratulates Reward Schools
Southern Westchester BOCES Congratulates Region's Newly Identified Reward Schools
Harrison, N.Y.—Southern Westchester BOCES congratulates the 10 high schools from among our component school districts for being identified as Reward Schools.
On Feb. 1, New York State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia announced that the State Education Department had identified 155 high achieving and high progress schools, known as Reward Schools
Reward Schools are schools that hold high academic achievement or those with the most progress in the state with no significant gaps in student achievement.
Each Reward School will receive a certificate of recognition from the commissioner. The schools from Southern Westchester are as follows:
- Ardsley High School
- Bronxville Elementary School
- Dobbs Ferry High School
- Eastchester Senior High School
- Harrison High School
- Hastings High School
- Irvington High School
- Pelham Memorial High School
- Pleasantville High School
- Rye Neck Senior High School
These schools exemplify excellence. Southern Westchester BOCES commends these schools on their efforts, and congratulates the faculty and students on their hard work.