Bronx high school honored for Nobel-winning graduates

The Bronx High School of Science received an honorable recognition today for graduating more Nobel Prize winners in physics than any other school in the

THE BRONX - The Bronx High School of Science received an honorable recognition today for graduating more Nobel Prize winners in physics than any other school in the nation.

Named a "historical physics site" by the American Physical Society, the high school received a plaque and special visit from graduate David Politzer, the 2004 Nobel Physics Prize winner.

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