List of 5 news stories.

  • Two Students Named Semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Program

    Two students from Sewickley Academy have been named semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program (NMSP).
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  • Junior’s Photograph Wins First Place in Carnegie Library Labsy Teen Media Competition

    Over the summer, junior Erin Mahoney submitted a scenic photo she captured in Everglades National Park to the Carnegie Library’s annual Labsy Awards teen media contest and won first place, along with a $250 prize, in one of seven categories. 
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  • Head of School Honored for 15-Year Tenure

    During Sewickley Academy’s annual opening of school assembly, Chair of the Board of Trustees Kate Pigman ’82, accompanied by Vice Chair Brad Busatto ’88, and Trustees, past and present, honored Head of School Kolia O’Connor for 15 years of service at Sewickley Academy.
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  • Senior School Technology Coordinator Named the 16th Clark Faculty Chair

    During the Academy's annual opening assembly, Mrs. Cristy McCloskey, Senior School Technology Coordinator, was named the 16th Clark Faculty Chair by the Board of Trustees and Head of School Kolia O’Connor.
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  • Eighth Grade Student Takes on the National History Day Competition

    After winning the Pennsylvania state competition, Eighth grader, Roshni Thakkar moved on to represent the state at the national competitions junior division.
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Alumni Recognized for Championship Ring

HometownProud dot org recognized Maggie McClain ’14 as a member of the DIII Women’s Lacrosse National Championship Team Gettysburg College.

According to Kerry Miller, HometownProud dot org founder, there were 119 collegiate coaches and/or student-athletes hailing from Pennsylvania high schools who won a national championship ring during the 2017 calendar year. To break it down – 77 males, 42 females, and 96 different high schools were represented, along with 32 out of 67 counties.
HometownProud dot org recognizes coaches and student-athletes who graduated from Allegheny County high schools who earned rings. The site congratulates Maggie, along with four other student-athletes from Allegheny County, who were either on college teams that won a national championship during the 2017 calendar year or won an individual national championship.
Congratulations, Maggie!



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