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Gala 2017    Read More
Gala 2017
BWL Centennial Gala
Auction and Dinner
Tuesday, April 25th 2017
Pierre Hotel
Annual Art Show    Read More
On May 8th the BWL community will come together to celebrate the creativity of all of our students, grades K through 12.
Stay Tuned For Our Centennial    Read More
One hundred years ago the Lenox School was formed, the first building block in what has become our modern-day BWL. This is a monumental year for Birch Wathen Lenox, and we are going to celebrate our past and our present, as we look confidently into the future.
Summer In The City    Read More
Summer In The City returns to BWL in June, with exciting programs in Lower, Middle and Upper School.
BWL Reads    Read More
The Birch Wathen Lenox School
2017 Book Fair
Thursday, May 18th
Friday, May 19th
World Ranked Squash Player Todd Harrity to Speak at BWL    Read More
Todd Harrity, a world ranked squash player, will speak at BWL’s Fall Convocation. He will also generously offer his coaching skills in a special workshop with our Varsity Squash team.
New Parents Welcomed at Racquet Club Reception    Read More
At the reception for new parents held at the Racquet and Tennis Club, senior Drew Spindler '17 spoke about his experiences at BWL. Headmaster Frank J. Carnabuci III provided a brief history of the School in his opening remarks.
Middle School Launches New Magazine    Read More
We take great pride in The Literary Lion, a creative writing journal featuring submissions from grades 6 through 8. The Literary Lion was edited by a team of students with guidance from English teacher Laura Price. Click on the cover to view the entire magazine--enjoy!
BWL Hosts Opening Picnic for Cultural Awareness    Read More
BWL's Cultural Awareness for Everyone (known as CAFE) kicked off the school year with a picnic in the gym. New families met returning families, and students and parents learned about exciting events that CAFE will sponsor throughout the year.
Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Tennis team, shown here with the ISAL League Championship plaque, after an outstanding season. Coach David Vuckovich praised the team’s hard work and phenomenal talent, mentioning that they were undefeated all season, despite having no seniors on the team.
Welcome Back to BWL    Read More
What a difference a summer makes.  These students are in Second Grade now.
Lower School Shines at Science Fair    Read More
Fourth and Fifth Grade students participated in this year's Lower School Science Fair, demonstrating their broad knowledge of STEM concepts and familiarity with the scientific method.
Congratulations to 10th graders Jared Brauser and Robert Litsky for winning the New York City Urban Debate League Manhattan Borough Championship!
Gala 2016    Read More
Mark your calendar for Gala 2016, Wednesday, April 20th at the Pierre Hotel.  We look forward to your participation and support of BWL's hallmark event.  For One and For All.
Sign up for Summer in the City 2016.    Read More
Summer In The City returns to BWL in June, with exciting programs in Lower and Middle School. For more information and registration forms follow this link.
Science Department Chair Participates in Prestigious Master Class    Read More
Ben DiNardo, BWL’s Science Department Chair, was recently inducted as a 2015-2016 Fellow of The Academy for Teachers.
Debate Team Shines at Tournament    Read More
The Birch Wathen Lenox Upper School Debate Team earned a First Place trophy in the Public Forum style debate, and Sixth Place in the Parliamentary battles, at this year’s New York Urban League Debate Tournament.
BWL Senior Develops 3-D Printed Neuroprosthetic Hand    Read More
Over the past two years, Scott Mandelbaum has developed a unique, 3D printed prosthetic hand activated by the electric potentials of muscle contraction and geared towards using fine motor control of fingers for writing.
Second Grade Student to Appear in Ira Sachs Film    Read More
We are very proud of Bradford Talbot ’26, who will be appearing in the upcoming Ira Sachs movie, “The Silent Treatment.”
From the Headmaster's Bookshelf    Read More
This review of Reign of Error by Diane Ravitch, written by Timothy Donahue, is the first in a series focusing on books chosen by Headmaster Frank J. Carnabuci.

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