Buffalo's Da Vinci High School Gets Blue Ribbon National Honor

What is a National Blue-Ribbon School?   

It is a school that has closed the achievement gap for students who needed to overcome challenges that previously affected their academic progress.  

Buffalo’s Leonardo da Vinci High School has a graduation rate of over 90%.  This success, along with a unique program that allows students to enroll in fully accredited and transferable college courses as early as their sophomore year, contributed to DaVinci’s being one of only 38 schools selected out of a pool of 420 applicants nation-wide.

Leonardo da Vinci High School has nearly 400 students and is located on the D’Youville College campus on the west side of Buffalo, NY.  Students and staff thrive in an atmosphere that reflects the school’s core values of “Kindness, Courtesy, Dignity, and Respect.”

BCSA Local 10 salutes Principal Gregory Lodinsky and Assistant Principal, Lizzy Crispin, for the hard work they do for their students in raising them to recognition status.