Worcester Prep Seniors And Alumni Class Of 2014 Capture Four National Advanced Placement Honors And 44 Other Honors From The College Board

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Worcester Prep seniors and alumni of the Class of 2014 captured four National Advanced Placement Honors and 44 other honors from the College Board. Seniors honored for outstanding AP scores were, front, Paige Evans, Sophie Brennan, Amanda Gabriel, Arella Berger and Mikalah Potvin; and, back, Natalie Twilley, Kyle Chandler, Erik Zorn, Jarad Godwin, Cameron DiPerna, Trent Hartman, Mattie Maull, Gabby Alicea, Aelya Ehtasham, Chris Choy and Cole Koester. Not pictured was Maura Smith.

Upper School Students At Worcester Prep Take Part In Sock It To Suicide Day

Upper School students at Worcester Preparatory School took part in the Sock It to Suicide Day by contributing to the Jesse Klump Memorial Foundation and wearing brightly-colored socks to school. Mary Jo Dean, from Worcester County Youth Suicide Awareness and Prevention, was the featured speaker at classroom sessions, which focused upon suicide prevention awareness. Showing their glamorous socks are, from … Continue reading

Buckingham Elementary Third Grade Students Learn About Bald Eagles

In Project Outreach, Buckingham Elementary third grade students have been learning about bald eagles, America’s national symbol of freedom and power. With help of a local designer, Elise Olson, students created a life size replica of this magnificent bird. Pictured, back from left, are Bryan Saucedo, Hugo Morales Perez and Jamien Purnell; and front, Gretchen Scher, Jazmin Miranda, Yamileth Portela-Morales, Jah’Kayla … Continue reading

Students From Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School Participate In Annual Walkathon

Students from Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School recently participated in their annual Walkathon fundraiser. This event, sponsored by Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School’s Home and School Association, promotes health and fitness school-wide for students ranging in grades from Pre-K 3 through Eighth grade. Over $18,000 was raised this year to benefit the school. Top fundraisers were MaryAnn and MadaLynne Rutzler.