In honor of Earth Day, Upper School Worcester Prep Environmental Club members and volunteers read books to Lower School students to raise awareness and discuss ways to help save the environment. Left, Juniors Henry Taboh and Jacob Meakin read books and talked about the environment with Angie Bunting’s first graders. Right, Environmental Club Faculty Sponsor/English… Read more »
Stephen Decatur High School seniors Maggie Bunting (lacrosse) and Shane Cioccio (baseball) were named the March Premier Driving School Athletes of the Month. Bunting has been a motivational leader and has contributed several goals on the season thus far, while Cioccio has started the season off batting .450 with significant RBIs. Bunting and Cioccio are… Read more »
Fifty-five Stephen Decatur High School sophomores, juniors and seniors were inducted into the Mu Alpha Theta chapter of the Math Honor Society on April 10. In order to gain membership, students must maintain a 3.6 math unweighted grade point average, successfully complete an Advanced Placement math course, and write about a significant math experience. Senior inductees… Read more »
The William E. Esham Chapter of The Cum Laude Society at Worcester Preparatory School welcomed 10 new members during a ceremony in the school’s Guerrieri Library on April 18. The featured guest speaker was Nancy Decker, former WPS teacher, Head of Upper School and Academic Dean. Pictured, from left, are Matt Durkin, Connor Cebula, Dominic… Read more »
There was standing room only at “Donuts with Dad” on April 3, during the week-long Book Fair in the Guerrieri Library at Worcester Preparatory School. Students invited their dads or a special guest for complimentary Dunkin Donuts while purchasing books together. Left, Michael Kappes is pictured with his third grader Dade and kindergartener Elena. Right,… Read more »
Most Blessed Sacrament recently congratulated two students on receiving Pop Warner Student All-American Academic Achievement Awards. Recognized were Nick Cullen, seventh grade, First Team All American Eastern Region for football and second team for national team; and MaryAnn Catherine Rutzler, fifth grade, First Team All American Eastern Region for cheer and second team national.