Headmaster Dr. Jean-Marc Juhel expresses his appreciation for a record-breaking Fall Fair 2013!
Buckley 7th and 8th grade English teacher, Mrs. Gina Sipley, has been honored this year as one of five Emerging Leaders Fellowship winners by the National Council of Teachers of English Conference on English Leadership.
After a lengthy process, Headmaster Dr. Jean-Marc Juhel has announced the selection of a new food service.
Headmaster Dr. Jean-Marc Juhel is thrilled that Buckley will roll out 180 new iPads this week for a total of 220 tablets for students from nursery through grade 8.
Buckley students are honored in national financial competitions.
Dr. Juhel announces the appointment of Mr. Roney Eford as Athletic Director and Director of Diversity.
Buckley celebrated it's 86th commencement on June 12th. Congratulations, graduates!
At the annual Red Blue Banquet, several upper school students received awards for their contributions to their spring athletic teams.
Several Buckley lower school students were honored in the annual Nassau Reading Council Young Authors' Contest.
Two Buckley students received top honors in the Kids Philosophy Slam Contest.
Buckley first graders sell Nifty Notes and learn about entrepreneurship.
Buckley Pre-Kindergartners perform songs for parents and faculty.
Buckley students receive awards for poetry and multimedia projects.
Buckley fifth and sixth graders present multimedia projects at the Apple Store in Manhasset.
Second graders participate in the annual community workers fair
Buckley's annual entrepreneur fair a huge success!
Children spend the day at Buckley with grandparents and special friends.
Buckley celebrates students' achievements in the visual and performing arts.
Buckley community members gather for the annual Spring Gala.
To celebrate Earth Day, Buckley students take care of our campus.
Buckley's 8th graders delight audiences with two unforgettable performances of Bye Bye Birdie.
Ms. Russac's lesson about invention and innovation was published by TED Education.
Sixth grader places first in the InvestWrite student essay competition.
Buckley Colloquium held its first event to discuss Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs.
Two Buckley seventh graders publish book reviews in an academic journal.
Sixth Grader Jack Chen wins a picture contest as part of Scholastic Book Club's "Paws for Reading" initiative.
Diana Turner '16 raises money to provide school supplies for children in need.
Buckley children participated in the American Heart Association's Jump Rope for Heart for the 30th consecutive year.
Two Buckley students hosted a book signing for their recently published young adult novel.