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  • Freshman to Perform in “Carmen” with the Pittsburgh Opera

    Avani, a freshman at Sewickley Academy, is scheduled to perform as a member of the children’s ensemble in the Pittsburgh Opera’s production of Carmen. She will be playing a street urchin.
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  • Grade 7 Student Performs with the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic & Chorus

    On Sunday, February 23, Middle School student Rishul Sharma performed at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) School of Music’s Philharmonic & Chorus concert at Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland. 
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  • Science Bowl Team Places Second at the Western Pennsylvania Regional Science Bowl

    Sewickley Academy’s Science Bowl team – juniors Prateek (captain), Jiaji, Ashwin, and Aditya, and senior Tim – competed in the 29th annual Western Pennsylvania Regional Science Bowl (WPASB) on Saturday, February 22, at the Community College of Allegheny County’s South Campus, earning second place.
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  • The Pittsburgh Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Recognizes Three Senior School Students

    Three Sewickley Academy students were recognized by the Pittsburgh Regional Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for their impressive writing skills in February.
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  • Author Gillian McDunn Visits Sewickley Academy

    In partnership with Penguin Bookshop, Sewickley Academy’s Lower School hosted author Gillian McDunn this morning in the Marion Hutchins Library. Students in Grades 4 and 5 had the opportunity to learn about writing, how she crafts memorable characters, and the importance of the revision process to transform stories into finished pieces.
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Growing Up Mindful is Canceled

The Growing Up Mindful event on April 9, 2020, is canceled. We hope to reschedule the event for some time during the 2020-2021 school year. Click for details

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