Ardsley High School
|Ardsley High School|
Ardsley Panthers Logo (Top) Ardsley High School Entrance in 2014 (Bottom)
300 Farm Road
|Type||Public high school|
|School district||Ardsley Union Free School District|
|Teaching staff||61.01 (FTE)|
|Student to teacher ratio||11.34|
|Athletics conference||Section 1 (NYSPHSAA)|
|Colors||Blue and gold|
From the years 1920–1935, the population in Ardsley doubled; therefore an addition was added to the 'old' high school in 1925. The addition included more classrooms and a gym. By the second population boom during the post World War II years, the Ardsley School District sought to build a new High School on the former Lewisohn Estate on Washington Hill, which burned to the ground in 1957. Ardsley High School opened its door to students for the 1957-1958 school year.
Ardsley competes in Section 1 of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association.
Ardsley has many sports such as: football, basketball, tennis, fencing, swimming, soccer, bowling, winter track, spring track, cross country, volleyball, skiing, cheerleading, lacrosse.
This article's list of alumni may not follow Wikipedia's verifiability policy. (August 2016)
- Richard Brodsky — New York State Assemblyman 
- Jesse McCartney — Grammy-nominated pop singer, actor and songwriter
- Devi Nampiaparampil — physician, researcher, and television medicine correspondent
- Gil Parris — Grammy-nominated rock, blues, jazz and pop guitarist
- Peter Riegert — actor, director and screenwriter
- Vic Ruggiero — musician, songwriter, and producer
- Mark Zuckerberg — founder and chairman of Facebook
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