This article will explore both schools’ rivalry with MLK and the CHSAA rankings. We’ll also examine what makes each school stand out. Here’s what we know so far. Bronx Science has a prize-winning literary magazine called Dynamo, composed of original student writing from every grade level. The school also has a prize-winning yearbook called The Observatory. Its yearbook office has a custom-built web server that runs MediaWiki and Coppermine software.
Bronx Science vs. Fordham Prep
Fordham Prep lost to Holy Trinity in a recent conference game by 39-0. Both schools have vital academic programs and are willing to accept a diverse student body. The educational program at Fordham Prep is centered on an Individualized Honors Program, which allows each student to work at their own pace. Students who do well in this program are expected to have the ability to take a variety of college-level classes.
Fordham Preparatory School is an all-male college prep high school in the Bronx, NY. Its faculty and administration strive to create an environment conducive to learning. For example, its seniors can take college-level courses while still in high school. Some of these classes can even earn college credit.
CHSAA rankings of both schools
Fordham Prep is the defending CHSAA champion, and the school has made a name for itself as a top producer of top talent. The school’s cross country team won the state championship in 2021, and senior Myles Hogan will attend Princeton in the fall. The school has also sent cross country star Niall Ryan to Wake Forest.
Fordham Prep and Bronx Science are both co-ed programs. Both schools have a history of producing Division I players. The Pirates have won the PSAL title four times in the past ten years, and many of their players have gone on to Division I programs. The PSAL also features several long-established public programs, including St. Francis Prep, Midwood, and Cardozo.
Both teams declined last weekend but are now on a roll. Bronx Science is ranked fourth, and Fordham Prep is ranked sixth. Fordham Prep was also down this week, but the Knights increased last week.
Bronx Science is the third CHSAA Class A semi-finalist, and Fordham Prep is the fourth. Both schools have a good record against Class AA competition and will meet in the CHSAA semifinals on Tuesday. The winner of this game will advance to the semifinal round to play either Christ the King or Msgr. Farrell.
The Armory’s City rankings are dominated by The Collegiate School, led by Marco Pompilj and Liam Buckley. Other schools in the City are Poly Prep and Hugh Kenny. Plattsburgh and Holland Patent, in Class C, are up to 15th and seventh.
Beacon is another top-five team in the CHSAA. The team is organized and limits mistakes. However, it is also capable of shooting the lights out. In addition, both teams are facing strict tests this week. The first semifinal matchup is at Beacon on Thursday.
The boys’ ice hockey team is another hot topic. The boys are undefeated this season, one win ahead of last year. Their undefeated record is impressive, considering the number of games they have played in nine days. Earlier this season, they competed against over 200 schools in the Marine Corps Christmas Invitational.
Fordham Prep is also a contender for the CHSAA championship. They defeated Archbishop Molloy 69-63 in the quarterfinals of the CHSAA Intersectional Tournament. The Gaels will play Xaverian High School on Tuesday.