Producing 3-D prosthetic hands for children in need is now part of the 91st Street curriculum. But that doesn't mean all the work happens during school.
The 91st Street Varsity Basketball team yesterday was thrilled to play at the Barclays Center, home of the Brooklyn Nets!
Ninety-first Street parents were delighted Tuesday evening to welcome several guest speakers to their PA meeting, entitled "Engineering the Mission: from STEM to STEAM."
The 91st Street community today responded to the terrible events in Paris and Beirut with prayers for peace.
The Upper School was thrilled Wednesday, November 11 to welcome special guest speakers from Enabling the Future (e-NABLE), the online volunteer community dedicated to providing 3-D printed prosthetic hands to those who need them.
Three 91st Street students were thrilled recently to send a check for $1,700 to our sister school in the Congo, Lycée de Mbanza-Mboma. The school was devastated in a fire last year.