A group of both Middle and Upper Worcester Preparatory School students completed an intensive educational outreach program, U.S. Constitution Course: An American View of Law, Liberty and Government. The course was administered by the Institute on the Constitution. Pictured with their certificates, from left, are Laney Hoch, Isabella Fernley, Lara Owens, Olivia Owens, Cole Myers,… Read more »
The Ocean City-Berlin Optimist Club held its oratorical contest last month at Stephen Decatur Middle School. Pictured, from left, are Lily Sperry (third place); Jessica Beck (first place); Sharon Sorrentino (Optimist Club member who coordinated the contest); Saylor Amos (second place); and Jonah Ridgely (fourth place).
Worcester Preparatory School thanked the Bank of Ocean City for sponsoring the Spring 2022 EverFi Financial Literacy Program for seniors in Paul Cyryca’s Contemporary Issues course. Forty students participated and are now Certified Young Adults. The EverFi Program assists future community leaders in becoming financially responsible at an early age. Pictured, front row from left,… Read more »
Worcester Preparatory School Sophomores Sara Freih and Dylan McGovern worked as Delegates to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders and will have another opportunity to serve again later this year. The Congress is an honors-only program for high school students who want to become physicians or go into medical research fields. The purpose of this… Read more »
Students in Laura Black’s kindergarten class at Ocean City Elementary have been learning about forces. They worked together to save a Tiny Town from boulders rolling down the mountain by placing push pins to act as poles, which changed the direction of the boulder. Pictured are Da’Marri Williams, Maddie DelliGatti and Colton Metcalf.
Merin Thomas, a junior at James M. Bennett High School, is representing the nearly 900,000 students in Maryland Public Schools as the 2022-2023 Student Member of the Maryland State Board of Education. Thomas has attended Wicomico County Public Schools since 2010, first at Pemberton Elementary and then at Salisbury Middle and James M. Bennett High…. Read more »
Worcester Preparatory School hosted students’ grandparents and guests for a special day on campus. Lower School students had been looking forward to Grandparents Day, as they had been busy preparing class projects and performances for the celebration. The day started with coffee and breakfast, followed by an Olympic performance by each grade. The students then… Read more »
Twenty-five Worcester Preparatory School students were inducted into the Pablo Picasso Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica and eight students were inducted into the Societe Honoraire de Francais Chapitre Bastille at the WPS Spanish and French Honor Society Induction Ceremonies. Below left, French inductees are Elizabeth Becker, Natalie Chadwell, Cooper Ludt, Moorea Phillips, Natasha Richter, Hunter Simons, Ava… Read more »
Ocean City-Berlin Optimist Club Chair Frances Pilarski visited Worcester Preparatory School to award this year’s International Essay Competition winners. Angeline Todorov (‘25) of Berlin placed first and Jayden Scopp (‘25) placed third. The topic of this year’s essay was, “How Does an Optimistic Mindset Change My Tomorrow?” Pictured, from left are WPS Assistant Head of… Read more »
Teachers Erin Shimko and Kim Jankowski’s fourth grade classes met with Berlin Mayor Zack Tyndall over Zoom to discuss this year’s Mayor Essay Contest. Each year Worcester Preparatory School students to enter the “If I Were Mayor” Essay Contest, and this year’s theme is “Celebrating the Soul of Maryland.” Tyndall talked about his role as… Read more »