ARDSLEY, N.Y. -- Ardsley Middle School and Ardsley High School have both been recognized as New York State Reward Schools.
The New York State Department of Education recently announced that it had recognized 249 high achieving and high progress schools as Reward Schools, according to a press release from the Ardsley School District. Ardsley High School and Ardsley Middle School were among 12 other high schools and nine middle schools recognized throughout Westchester County, according to the release.
“We are very proud to have earned this designation for our schools,” said Lauren Allan, Superintendent of the Ardsley School District, in the release. “It is a reflection of our continued commitment to academic excellence and our focus on cultivating passionate learners.”
A Reward School is a school with "outstanding student achievement or growth over the past three years," according to the release.