June 2017 Regents Examination Schedule & Scores

Regents Exam schedule is posted below, along with Regents being taken by grade level. When the results for a Regents Exam is posted – the website will be updated and students can come into the school to receive their scores.

This will be updated to let you know when scores are posted. Please come to the school to get scores.
Algebra II Common Core – not yet posted
US History – posted Monday, June 19
Global History – not yet posted
Common Core Algebra posted Monday, June 19
Algebra 2/ Trig – not yet posted
LOTE – not yet posted
Common Core English posted Monday, June 19
Living Environment – not yet posted
Chemistry – not yet posted
Earth Science – not yet posted
Common Core Geometry – not yet posted

 

  • 8th Grade:
    • Living Environment (ALL 8th graders)
    • Common Core Algebra Regents
  • 9th Grade:
    • Common Core Algebra/ Common Core Geometry Regents
    • Living Environment
  • 10th Grade:
    • Earth Science/ Living Environment Regents
    • Common Core Algebra/ Geometry/ Algebra II Regents
    • Global Regents (* For students who did not pass in January)
    • Common Core English Regents (* For some 10th grade students)
  • 11th Grade:
    • Chemistry/ Earth Science Regents
    • Common Core Geometry/ Algebra II Regents
    • US History Regents
    • Common Core English Regents (* For students who did not pass in January)
  • 12th Grade:
    • Chemistry Regents
    • Algebra II Regents
    • LOTE

Bronx Latin Teacher Spotlight – Aida Rosenbaum

 I teach Earth Science and AP Environmental Science at Bronx Latin. I was inspired to become a teacher because the neighborhood school that I grew up in did not offer a decent education at the time. I could not stand for that type of inequality to persist. When I finished college I went back to that same school and taught there for 6 years.
Q: What is your favorite part about teaching?
A: I love when students are inspired by something I taught them and they come to me later to tell me about something they saw or heard outside of school that was related to our class. That shows me that students are really interested and thinking outside of school. 
Q: What is your least favorite part about teaching?
A: My least favorite part about teaching is grading lab reports and essays. However,  I know it is absolutely essential to give feedback to my students so they can learn how to improve. 
Q:What do your consider Bronx Latin’s strengths?
The strength of Bronx Latin is it’s cohesive culture. The consistency of policies and expectations keeps the environment safe and the academic level rigorous. Using data from mid-year simulations in every Regents class helps every teacher tailor review in a productive way and gets up the test results we are all looking for. 
Q;What challenges do you face at Bronx Latin?
A: We do face a challenge of a lack of space. We share a campus and every classroom is booked for basically every period of the day. This make it very difficult to find time within the school day to prepare for lab activities or make changes to the classroom set up. 
Q;Where would you like to be in 5 years?
A: In 5 years I would like to be coaching teachers more frequently and still teaching one or two classes. I feel like I have a lot to offer my peers but at the same time I love being in the classroom with students so I do not want to give that up entirely. 

High School Saturday Academy

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High School Saturday Academy is in full swing! Please note that this Saturday, April 22 is the first Saturday Academy!

Below is the high school Spring 2017 Saturday Academy Schedule. Saturday Academy is from 9:00 – 1:00

  • June Regents Prep Saturday Academy Dates
    April 22, 2017
    April 29, 2017
    May 6, 2017
    May 13, 2017
    May 20, 2017
    June 3, 2017
    June 10, 2017