We are proud to put our Lion paws together for Dwight students who received 2021 New York City Scholastic Art & Writing Competition Awards!
Watch out Sony, Capitol, Def Jam, and Atlantic … 566 Records has arrived — and with it, some rising stars in music!
Senior Ava Goldfarb gave an exceptional performance as Lady Macbeth sleepwalking and talking in the Scottish royal castle in one of Macbeth's most famous scenes, for which she’s been named winner of Dwight’s 38th National Shakespeare Competition!
The volunteer work that Dwight students are doing to make a difference in the lives of homeless New Yorkers captured the attention of legendary journalist Marvin Scott at WPIX Channel 11!
CNN Great Big Story followed Dwight student Alessandro Dal Bon '21, and fellow teen activists leading the global climate strike in New York City, on the day itself: September 20, 2019.
ABC7 NY Eyewitness News spotlighted Dwight eleventh-grade twins Isolde and Stephane Hatgis-Kessell and their individual efforts to change the world.