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List of 12 news stories.

  • HGVB Makes NYSAIS Tournament

    Hackley Girls Varsity Basketball competes in the opening round of the NYSAIS Tournament on Wednesday, February 19, 5:00 PM vs. Rye Country Day School at RCDS.  The winner of that round will play Horace Mann on Thursday in the quarterfinal round.  Semi-finals and finals are scheduled for Saturday and Monday, respectively.
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  • Princess Ohia-Enyia '20

    Hackley Athletes Named Ivy Track Champions

    Four Hackley Track & Field athletes earned first place honors at the Ivy Preparatory League championship meet for Winter Track on February 13.
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  • Mary Rotenberg ’21

    Hackley Swimmers Earn Individual Titles

    Five athletes earned seven league championship titles at the 2020 Ivy League Championship meet.
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  • Aidan Wilson ’20 and Bruce Dunbar ’85 in front of the records board.

    Records Honored and Set

    Bruce Dunbar ’85 and Aidan Wilson ’20, two of the most accomplished Hackley swimmers of all-time, share the Hackley School record in the 500 Free (4:34.61).
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  • Winter Varsity Athletics Update

    • Hackley Boys Squash placed second in the NYSAIS Championships, hosted this week at Hackley. 
    • Hackley Girls and Boys Swimming placed third and fifth, respectively, in their Ivy League meet.
    • Hackley Winter Track brought in a Girls 2nd place finish overall and 3rd place overall for Boys in Ivy League competition.
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  • Tyler Wyman ’21

    Athletes of the Week, 2/10

    The Athletes of the Week for the week of Feb 10th are Tyler Wyman ’21 (Wrestling) and the Boys 4x800m Relay Team (Track).
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  • Antonella Arana

    Bon Voyage!

    As we head into the Presidents Day weekend, we bid a fond farewell to our two current Round Square Exchange students.
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  • Learning about the program.

    Building Bridges: Understanding People with Different Abilities

    Over the past two weeks, the Hackley Lower School students, teachers, and many parent volunteers participated in the Building Bridges program. The primary goals of “Building Bridges” are to increase student awareness and understanding of people with different abilities; to provide first-person experiences in order to develop empathy and compassion; and to reinforce the belief that all people — no matter their differences in abilities — have the same social-emotional needs and feelings.
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  • Some of works of art at the show.

    Hackley Artists at Katonah Museum

    Ten talented Hackley senior artists are participating in this year’s annual Katonah Museum Young Artist Exhibition. The exhibition, generously hosted by the museum administration and staff during their busy winter exhibition calendar, features outstanding senior paintings, drawings, sculptures, and photography from selected regional high schools.
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  • Coach Pickert at Hackley's Pickert Field sign.

    Honoring Coach Pickert

    Hackley's Pickert Field signage was enhanced with the language below chronicling Coach Robert Pickert's achievements as Hackley Teacher, Coach, Athletics Director, and Varsity Football Coach.
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  • Hackley Varsity Wrestling Coach Fran Stanek

    Coach Stanek Honored

    Hackley Varsity Wrestling Coach Fran Stanek was honored at this year's NYSAIS Wrestling Championship with the 25 years of Service Award in the sport of wrestling.
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  • Hackley Varsity Girls’ squash team

    Hackley Squash Advances to NYSAIS Semifinals

    On February 10, Hackley Boys’ and Girls’ squash teams hosted the quarterfinals of the NYSAIS Squash Championships. Both teams advanced to the semi-finals and will compete here at Hackley School on Wednesday, February 12th.
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