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|1957||Allen Rogers||50th Reunion website|
|1970||Gary Rocco||Class of 1950 website|
|1974||Jill Pearson Rapport|
|1976||Alison Shuker Devlin|
|1979||Ginna Weiss Sesler|
|1984||Ed Martin||Class of 1984 Yahoo Group|
|1985||Haeley Paul Mowery||20th Reunion Website|
|1986||Chris Hardart||20th Reunion Website|
|1987||20th Reunion Website|
|1991||Michelle Meyercord & Katie Krieg Mosely|
Class of 1969 Establishes Creative Writing Prize to Honor their Departed Classmate, Kevin Brooks Coughlan
The Bronxville High School Class of 1969 recently established the Kevin Brooks Coughlan Prize in Creative Writing to be awarded each academic year to the Bronxville High School student judged to have written the finest work of creative prose or poetry. The prize was established and endowed by members of the Class of 1969 to honor their departed classmate, Kevin Brooks Coughlan.
In June 2020, the English Department chose Olivia Cevasco as the first recipient of the Coughlan Prize. In her wildly imaginative short story "Thule 186," Olivia envisions an alien civilization on the brink of collapse, searching for a viable new planetary home -- Earth. Olivia's young heroine, Halley is chosen by Thule's mysterious despot, the Tribune, to lead the mission to Earth, the same mission that ripped her father from her years earlier. Channeling George Orwell, Orson Scott Card and Suzanne Collins, Olivia's page-turner skillfully blends politics, adventure and science fiction, ultimately questioning the costs of knowledge and trust.
Class of 1957 Makes Record-breaking Reunion Gift to Foundation
The Bronxville High School Class of 1957 made the largest class reunion gift ever to the Foundation. The class raised more than $11,000 in honor of former Superintendent Dr. Howard Funk. Allen Rogers, Chair of Reunion Committee, Bronxville Class of 1957, said he was proud of the accomplishment of his class on behalf of all of his classmates.