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Founded in 1973, Indian Creek School is distinguished by its welcoming community, neuroscience-based approach to education, ample opportunities for extra-curricular involvement, differentiated teaching, innovative faculty, student-centered culture and commitment to being a family school.
The Bronx High School of Science (commonly called Bronx Science or Science, and formerly Science High) is a selective public high school in New York City.
Research has shown that integrating the arts throughout the curriculum enhances learning.
Providing a strong arts education strengthens neural connections – more than enough reason to make the arts integral to the curriculum for students of all ages.
We believe that providing opportunities for children outside the classroom has amazing impact within.
We believe in teachers and parents working together to provide a supportive partnership to inspire a lifelong love of learning.
At Indian Creek, the arts are for everyone, making our program especially vibrant as a result.
At Indian Creek, we see athletic competition as the means to many ends – foremost among them being the character-based qualities of sportsmanship, integrity, commitment, and a desire for individual improvement.
These connections help our students to gain confidence, acquire strategies for managing stress, and enjoy meaningful learning.
Although known for its focus on mathematics and science, Bronx Science also emphasizes the humanities and social sciences and continually attracts students with a wide variety of interests beyond math and science.
Bronx Science is ranked among the top 50 high schools in the country as well as among the top few in New York State.
It is one of nine "specialized" public high schools located in New York City and operated by the New York City Department of Education.
Admission to Bronx Science involves passing the Specialized High Schools Admissions Test.
Each November, about 30,000 eighth and ninth graders take the 3-hour test for admittance to eight of the nine specialized high schools.