Congratulations to PCSD senior Anthony Hull who was one of only four students in Westchester County to recently receive the Overcoming the Odds awards from Student Advocacy, an organization which helps struggling students obtain the help they need to succeed in school. Hull will be receiving his Regent’s diploma this June and will be attending Moorehouse College in the fall to study psychology.
We want to give a big shout out to all of our high school students who recently participated in the PHS Talent Show. You all did an amazing job! Whether you sang, danced, rapped or played an instrument, your talents have helped to show what makes PHS an engaging and eclectic venue for student artists such as yourselves. Thank you for sharing your gifts with us.
The PHS Annual Spring Chorus/Band concert was held recently and was as wonderful as always. Led by Mr. Larry Del Casale (Chorus) and Mr. John Hahn (Band) the students showed off their wide range of musical talents. Click on the headline above for a photo album from this event.
NY1 reporter Naomi Yane is intelligent, talented, articulate, thoughtful, reflective, well-educated, and funny. But the TV newscaster did not always have an easy time in reaching her dream job, and she recently visited to share her story with PHS Summit Academy ’s female students.
Congratulations to PHS students Elizabeth Granda and Stephanie Barahona who were both recognized at last week's BOCES National Technical Honor Society Induction Ceremony. Granda was inducted as a new honor society member and Barahona showcased her senior project (a beautiful wedding cake) for BOCES' Baking & Pastry Arts Program.