Worcester Prep Music Teacher Nominated As “One Of The Best Currently Active Progressive Rock Keyboardists And Composers In Today’s Music Scene”

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Worcester Prep Music Teacher Chris Buzby was just nominated by progressiverockcentral.com as “one of the best currently active progressive rock keyboardists and composers in today’s music scene” for his musical output with his internationally known band “echolyn.”  Online voting for this award is ongoing through October. Pictured with Buzby are, front, Maya Natesan and Mia Carulli; second row, Maria Deckmann, Dylan Meoli, Andrew Stickler, Hailey Merritt, Alannah Curtis, Colin Miller and Matthew Durkin; and third row, Kaitlin Hamer, Hannah Merritt, Dominic Anthony, Anthony Rielly and Caleb Foxwell.

Worcester Prep School Grades One Through Six Compete In Summer Reading Competition

Each summer students in Grades One through Six at Worcester Preparatory School are invited to compete in a Summer Reading Competition. Top readers for overall books were Myra Cropper with 504 books; Isabella Metz, 170 books; and Olivia Conaway, 105 books. Reading the most pages were Myra Cropper with 80,335; Parker Tingle, 13,474; and Aleezah Ehtasham, 8,928. School wide and … Continue reading

Worcester Prep’s Aelya Ehtashamhas Named A Commended Student In National Merit Scholarship Program

Worcester Preparatory School Headmaster Dr. Barry Tull ha announced that Aelya Ehtashamhas been named a Commended Student in the National Merit Scholarship Program. Commended Students placed among the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who entered the competition by taking the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.

Fourth Grade Students At OC Elementary Are Thrilled To Begin Writer’s Workshop

Students from Julie Justice’s fourth grade class at Ocean City Elementary have been thrilled to begin a new Writer’s Workshop program this school year. Above, Brant Skipper, Leah Rohlfing, Layla Powell and Nicholas Purnell work in a small group to assist one another as they develop characters for an upcoming realistic fiction story they will be writing.

Sixty-five SD High School Students Recognized At 12th Annual Presidential Service Award Ceremony

Sixty-five Stephen Decatur High School students were recognized at the 12th Annual Presidential Service Award ceremony on Oct. 2. The recipients logged over 15,000 hours of community service.  Gold honorees (250-plus hours of service) pictured include, back, Jerred Johnson, Emily Scheiber, Emily Case, Dalton Warren, Brody Shockley, Anna Cropper, Allison Shumate and Alexander Lasley; middle, Paige Hastings, Owen Dennis, Matthew … Continue reading