Extracurricular Student News
Recognizing student achievements outside the classroom
Nicholas D'Amour '19 was recently a gold medalist at the Guatemala 2018 World Ranking Event in Guatemala City on Wednesday, May 9.
Olivia Meyerson '22 is hosting her inaugural event, Protect Your Girls, to bring awareness to BRCA-related cancers and to benefit the Basser Center at the University of Pennsylvania to find a cure.
Stevie Sanderson '24 acted as the lead in the Hopewell Valley Children's Theatre's rendition of "Annie" over the weekend.
Student-led band Furnichure, members Michael Zachor '18, Brian Keating '18, and Will Harding '19, recently debuted their album "Post Urban." An album release party and concert were held on Friday, January 19, in the Black Box Theater.
Lucas Flotta '18 recently competed in the United States Tennis Association's Winter National Championship event in Orlando, Fl.
Matt Tracy '22, along with twenty-three other equestrians, has earned a spot at the United States Hunter Jumper Association Horsemanship Quiz Challenge Nationals.
Drayton Kolaras '23, along with Isiah Muse '22 and Myles Plummer '22, just returned from competing in the Junior Olympics in Detroit.
Emma Donato '23, along with her siblings and cousins, are active members in their very own non-profit incorporated charity "1K Cleats 4 Kids."
Pennington student Will Thompson '21 will perform with a group of young musicians from three area youth orchestras on Monday, May 8.