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Dear Class of 2024

To the Class of 2024,

Welcome to Bronx Design and Construction Academy.

What a way to begin a new school year, much less high school during a pandemic! I sincerely welcome you to our school and thank you for choosing to attend Bronx Design for high school. With the challenges of remote learning, and experiencing a new beginning in high school, this year will not be easy. However, the support that Bronx Design offers from teachers, social workers, guidance counselors, administration, and students - your new peers, you will be successful. I ask that you try your absolute best to remain engaged, and communicate with the school if you need any additional support. 

I look forward to meeting you and your family in the coming weeks and months. Please be sure to attend the Virtual Freshmen Orientation that will take place using Google Meets (see information below). I will also schedule a third orientation in late August, before school begins, in case you are unable to join July 27th or August 6th.

In the meantime, please remain safe, cool and healthy!

~Ms. Pulphus

Virtual Walkthrough of Bronx Design Part I

Notice Board

Electronic Device Policy

Bronx Design and Construction Academy believes that access to technology is important to the teaching and learning of students. While considering the nature of our environment, in which we live in a time of COVID-19, we would like for students to use the same laptop in all classes, as needed. Students will be allowed to take their laptops home. However, cell phones will be collected while students are in school. 

Student Expectations: Remote Learning Devices (Laptops and iPads)

  • Secure devices inside a durable bag (bookbag) to ensure safety transfer from school and home.
  • Bring a charger to ensure the device remains charged to use during in-person instruction when prompted by the teacher.
  • Internet use should be for educational purposes only, not for music or visiting any non-academic related sites. 
  • Misuse of technology will lead to the collection of the device by a staff member for the day, and reissued to the student at the end of the school day.

Student Expectations: Cell Phones

  • Cell Phone devices will be collected by the school upon entry into the building before entering through scanning.
  • Phones will be placed within individual bubble wrap bags which display the student’s full name. 
  • Once secured in individual bubble wrap bags, cell phones will be deposited in a secure Bronx Design storage unit.
  • The Bronx Design cell phone storage unit will be placed and locked in a secure location until redistribution at the end of the school day.
  • Students who arrive after 9:00 and after morning scanning closes in the cafeteria (9:30 AM) will wait until the students who arrive early and on time to receive their phones during afternoon distribution. Students can pick up their cell phone from a designated school administrator. 
  • Cell Phones will ONLY be redistributed at the end of a student's scheduled day. 
  • No cellphones will be returned to a student before the end of their scheduled day unless they are attending an approved trip, internship, or picked up by parent/guardian.
  • All cellphones will be disputed at the end of the students 8th period class by their 8th period teacher.

Under no circumstances will the school, Bronx Design and Construction Academy, pay for any loss or damage cell phones. Students are advised to turn in their cell phone upon arrival to school. Students should never leave their personal items unattended.


Misuse and violation of the electronics policy will lead to confiscation of devices.

Ladder of Referral:

Step 1: Redirection by teacher.

Step 2: Redirection by administrator.

Step 3: Collection of the device, which is returned at the end of the school day.

Step 4: Collection of the device that will be returned to guardian.

Step 5: Student may no longer bring cell phone to school. 

Step 6: Parent conference with administer to discuss alternate learning preference [Move from Blended to Remote].

After-School Programs

Clubs and Activities
Art Club
Carpentry Club
Dance Team
Girl Talk
Habitat for Humanity
Homework Center
Model UN
Student Council
Senior Class Advisory Board
Skills USA
Work Based Learning
Video Game Club
Athletics - PSAL
Girls: Flag Football, Basketball, Volleyball
Boys: Football, Basketball, Soccer, Bowling, Volleyball, Track