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List of 5 news stories.

  • Sewickley Academy Wins Silver CASE Award

    The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) has named Sewickley Academy a silver award winner of its 2016 Circle of Excellence awards program. The Academy was recognized for its Video - PSAs and Commercial Spots. A panel of experts selected SA’s “First Day” commercial entry in the Video - PSAs and Commercial Spots from among 43 entries. It was the only independent school to win in this category. 
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  • Stephen King Brings Down the House

    The best-selling author told the 600-plus sold-out crowd at Sewickley Academy that there are three faces of Stephen King: the one who writes gruesome horror stories in his office out in the woods, the “at-home Steve” who takes out the garbage and whose wife tells him when it’s time to change his shirt, and the “public Steve” – the one who, according to his children when they were young, would get dressed up and “go out to be Stephen King.” 
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  • Grade 5 Student Wins Lower School Community of Respect Award

    During the final Lower School assembly of the school year, Head of Lower School Dr. Cricket Mikheev announced Rinnie Jardini as this year’s winner of the Community of Respect Award.
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  • Senior School Student's Poetry is Published

    On Friday, June 11, 2016, Kate Busatto '16 received word that her poem, "Hotel Poem #1" has been chosen for publication in the 2016 Ralph Munn Creative Writing Anthology. 
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  • Studying Vietnam in Modern East Asia

    By: Michael-Ann Cerniglia, Senior School History Teacher

    In May, former U.S. Marine Captain Dan Pultz, grandfather of Lillian Traviato '16, joined our Modern East Asia class to share his experience in Vietnam from December 1966 - January 1968.
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