List of 5 news stories.

  • Senior School English Students Presented “What Does it Mean to be Human?”


    On Friday, November 15, students in the Senior School English class "Looking in a Different Mirror" presented a multimedia experience called “What Does it Mean to be Human?” to students, faculty, and staff in the Events Center Media Rooms.
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  • SA Honors Military Heroes on Veterans Day


    The Sewickley Academy community hosted two Veterans Day assemblies on Monday, November 11, to commemorate the service of our military heroes.
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  • Spirit of Community Food Drive is a Success!


    Thank you to everyone for their generosity to the Spirit of Community Thanksgiving Food Drive. 
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  • Senior School Students Join the PMEA Band Festival


    Seniors Erin Mahoney, who plays clarinet, and bassoonist, Nicholas Valenta, will play in the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) District 1 Senior High Band Festival. 
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  • SA Wins First Round of KDKA's Hometown High-Q


    Sewickley Academy's Senior School Quiz Bowl team members seniors Cooper Cheng and Nicholas Valenta and sophomore Rebecca Glass competed on Hometown High-Q, KDKA-TV’s quiz show, this past weekend, which filmed on Saturday, October 12. The Panthers won with a score of 565 points – 175 points more than the closest team they faced!
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Girls Soccer Concludes Season

Seniors, Eiley Doyle, Jill Pollon, and Mishon Levine led with a positive approach that led to team building and collaboration. Jill Pollon trained Bre Warner in goal while Eiley and Mishon had a strong voice on the field. Junior JJ Jardini earned All-Section honors as she led the team with 9 goals. Bre Warner had 3 shutouts in goal. Everyone on the team contributed significantly on the field, and with 8 freshmen, the future looks bright!

Go Panthers!
 
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