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"Ain't I a Woman?" performance celebrates lives of African-American women

"Ain't I a Woman?" Those four famous words spoken by Sojourner Truth inspired a meaningful presentation that moved a room full of Upper School students, faculty, and staff on Wednesday, February 6. In observation of Black History Month, students enjoyed a performance by actress Shinnerrie Jackson and pianist Byron Sean which honored four African-American women of remarkable achievement and invincible character.

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Five weeks and one plan: Pennington students win Lexus Eco Challenge

A team of seven Pennington students won the "Air and Climate Challenge" category of the Lexus Eco Challenge, a nationwide contest designed by Lexus and Scholastic to educate and empower students to take action to improve the environment. The group had a little less than five weeks to create an action-based plan to identify an issue, educate the public, and improve the environment.

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Pennington students win at 2019 Phillips' Mill Youth Art Exhibition

Three Pennington School seniors received top prizes at the 2019 Phillips' Mill Youth Art Exhibition. KaYi "Ada" Lau of Beijing, China, won first place in the Painting category with her piece "Last Stop of the Journey." Laura Alaez of Trenton won first place in Photography with her digital work "Untitled," and Maxwell Ward of Pennington won second place in 3-D Works with his art titled "Reverse Drip."

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Academics News

"Ain't I a Woman?" Those four famous words spoken by Sojourner Truth inspired a meaningful presentation that moved a room full of Upper School students, faculty, and staff on Wednesday, February 6. In observation of Black History Month, students enjoyed a performance by actress Shinnerrie Jackson and pianist Byron Sean which honored four African-American women of remarkable achievement and invincible character.

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Arts News

Three Pennington School seniors received top prizes at the 2019 Phillips' Mill Youth Art Exhibition. KaYi "Ada" Lau of Beijing, China, won first place in the Painting category with her piece "Last Stop of the Journey." Laura Alaez of Trenton won first place in Photography with her digital work "Untitled," and Maxwell Ward of Pennington won second place in 3-D Works with his art titled "Reverse Drip."

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