Middle School Student Wins First Place in Pennsylvania at the National History Day Competition
Grade 8 student Roshni Thakkar won first place in the Junior Individual Website Category of the National History Day (NHD) Competition for Pennsylvania. Her project was called “Nelson Mandela: A Conflicting Journey to Justice.”
Grade 8 students have been engaging their hearts, minds, and hands in the service of a greater good during their year-long humanities work. On Monday, May 21, they presented their culminating capstone project – The Museum of Citizen Action – to the entire Sewickley Academy community.
SA Inducts Twelve New Members into the Cum Laude Society
On May 21, 2018, Sewickley Academy’s Senior School gathered in Rea Auditorium to honor the academic, athletic, and artistic achievements of students during the annual Awards Ceremony which included an induction presentation for the newest members of the Cum Laude Society.
he last game of the year came down to second place in the section. The teams that were battling out for the right for second place were SA and OLSH. The game started out well for SA as we scored three minutes into the game. The goal was scored by Max Reyes. The lead lasted until about 15 minutes left in the second half as OLSH scored to tie up the game. However, Alex Gordon made an amazing play to score the second goal for SA. Then with about 4 minutes left in the game, Rees Blaylock scored SA's third goal of the game to take a commanding lead. The game ended SA 3-1 over OLSH. Great job gentleman.