The Broadview

Two classes down, on to the next

Sophomore Isabella Alacorn views her new schedule for the next 20 days. Students finished a semester’s worth of classes and will begin their new schedules Sept. 16.

Alina Kushner, Senior Reporter

September 15, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE Students finish a semester’s worth of classes in four weeks, and will start two new classes tomorrow.  Due to shelter-in-place, the new online schedule consists of 20 class periods in a span of four weeks, with 150 minute Zoom meetings. Some students enjoy the condensed schedule a...

Students take on finals

Junior Audrey Hunnicutt and sophomore Darcy Jobb prepare for their finals in the art studio on the Pine/Octavia campus. Both campuses will be used as a study space throughout the week.

Gabrielle Guido, Senior Reporter

December 17, 2019

With finals well under way, students are studying and meeting with teachers for support in order to ensure success this week.    In addition to casual dress, the school minimizes the pressure on students with long lunch periods and only two testing periods in a day.  “The projects that I’m...

Sophomores work on final projects

 Sophomore Skylar Goldberg works with theology teacher Bryan Lorentz on her final project. Students were assigned to create a short podcast with a reading and interpretation of different scriptures.

Olivia Rounsaville, Senior Reporter

December 12, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE On the last day of regular classes before next week’s final exams, sophomores in Bryan Lorentz’s theology class work on their "Lectio Divina" project.  The term “Lectio Divina” means “divine reading” in Latin and is the term for the monastic practice of guided meditation in the Ca...

School year comes to an end

Freshmen walk to the front of the Chapel to receive their flower crowns and certificate of completion of the First Academic from Head of School Rachel Simpson during Prize Day. Some students also received special awards for specific subject areas.

Madeline Thiara, Reporter

June 5, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE Students took their final exams for A and E Periods on Monday which concluded finals testing for the 2018 to 2019  school year. Each class met yesterday for 15 minutes in order for teachers to hand back graded tests and essays from the past week. “I’m sad that we had our last class meet...

A paw-sitive study break

Therapy golden retriever Charlie plays with students in the Belvedere. He has been training to be a support animal for over a year.

Grace Krumplitsch, Reporter

May 30, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE While many students were studying for exams, finishing projects, and editing essays, two furry companions visited the Broadview Campus this afternoon for a study break.   Two service dogs from the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, accompanied by their handlers, arrived at the end of B Period...

Students begin first day of finals

Sophomore Charlotte Ehrlich studies for her next final. Exams will continue up until June 3rd.

Amy Phipps, Reporter

May 28, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE Students arrived to school at 9:00 a.m. to begin the first day of finals this morning. “I feel prepared for most of my finals,” sophomore Jackie Guevara said. “I try to review in the morning right before my final so I remember as much as I can.” Students had their D a...

Students engage in coloring, relaxation activities in advisory

Junior Arlena Jackson colors in an outline of a unicorn during advisory. Students were given advisory time to color and catch up on school work.

Audrey Pinard, Reporter

May 14, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE Students met in advisory groups instead of assembly to fill in coloring books with peers or catch up on schoolwork “A quiet exercise for your brain like meditation where you are searching your thoughts for something to focus on can be really difficult for a lot of people,” Director o...

Wellness club brings finals goodies

Laurie Pomeranz, the teacher advisor of Knight Light, hands junior Sofia Telfer a hot chocolate before A Period finals. The Knight Light club provided beverages and snacks for students on the Pine-Octavia campus to ease stress before finals.

Mason Cooney, Copy Editor

December 17, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE An abundance of Lucky Charms, muffins and hot chocolate greeted students who walked onto the Pine-Octavia Campus this morning for their A Period finals. “I got hot chocolate before my Ethics final,” junior Sofia Telfer said. “I had been feeling a little under the weather so a war...

‘I’ll do it later’

'I'll do it later'

Gabriella Vulakh, Web Editor

December 13, 2018

With school, swim practice and constant online distractions, sophomore Isabella Ritchie is working towards finding new study habits to accomplish her piles of to-do lists. Ritchie is one of the 95 percent of students who procrastinate regularly, according to the American Psychological Association. ...

PAWS groups prepare for finals

Sophomore Tabitha Parent brainstorms her study plan for finals week after watching a video on study tips. The video suggested students make a chart with each course and the topics needed for review.

Grace Krumplitsch, Reporter

December 3, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE As the first semester ends, students met in their PAWS advisory groups to create personalized study plans for finals week this morning following a brief assembly in Syufy Theatre. “In my PAWS group, we watched a video on how to be productive while studying for finals,” sophomore Gigi...

A girl’s best friend

Juniors Elizabeth O'Boyle and Camilla Sigmund take a break between exams during Dec. 2017 Finals Week to sit and watch the petting zoo. Students were invited to interact with the animals as a way of relieving stress during lunch.

Mason Cooney, Assistant Features Editor

March 22, 2018

Wrapped up in homework, tests and college preparations, students can carry an overwhelming amount of stress, overlooking their health and wellness, but a furry, eager-eyed companion may provide the quick reset students need. Forty schools in New York have implemented the Department of Education’s ...

A girl’s best friend

A girl's best friend

Mason Cooney, Assistant Features Editor

March 22, 2018

Wrapped up in homework, tests and college preparations, students can carry an overwhelming amount of stress, overlooking their health and wellness, but a furry, eager-eyed companion may provide the quick reset students need. Forty schools in New York have implemented the Department of Education’s ...

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