School & Youth News
County Executive Congratulates Regeneron Student Award Winners
Westchester County Executive George Latimer is applauding local high school scientists for their pioneering ideas at the 2022 Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair. In total Westchester students received more than $25,000 in scholarship money for their innovative projects.
PMHS Students Compete at Forensic Speech National Championships
Over the Memorial Day Weekend, five PMHS students helped New York State win first place at the Grand National Forensic Speech Championships held in Washington, D.C.
PMHS Freshman Liam Ginsburg Wins Roger Rees Award
PMHS freshman Liam Ginsburg was named a 2021-22 Winner of The Roger Rees Award as Best Actor in the Metropolitan Area for his performance as Billy Kane in this year’s spring musical “Bright Star.” Liam will now move on to compete against winners from around the nation in the Jimmy Awards.
Rotary Scholars in May: Facciuto, Alexander and D’Angelo
Pelham Memorial High School seniors Lucas Facciuto, Kathryn Alexander and Edward (Teddy) D’Angelo were honored as Marilyn Stiefvater Scholars of the Month for May by Rotary Club of the Pelhams at a luncheon on May 24.
Stepinac High School Honors Academy Students Write Next Exciting Chapter Of Space Exploration—Colonizing Mars
The next exciting chapter of space exploration was written recently— not by billionaire business moguls, nor a major think tank, nor NASA for that matter— but by Stepinac High School Susan and Daniel P. Mahoney Honors Academy students.
Iona Preparatory School Celebrated 103rd Commencement Exercises on May 26
Iona Preparatory’ s Upper School graduated 194 young men during its 103rd Commencement Exercises on Thursday, May 26th at Iona College in New Rochelle. The roughly 90-minute ceremony featured valedictory and salutatory addresses from Andrew Tornatore, 17 from Eastchester (100.22 GPA) and Sean Johnson, 17 from Bedford (99.4 GPA). Collectively, the class has amassed $36,284,684 million in academic scholarships, with more than 77 percent of the 194 graduates receiving merit-based awards averaging $55,651 per scholarship.