High School seniors Paige Varney and Brian Yang have been named finalists in the prestigious National Merit Scholarship Competition and Bryant Grey-Stewart has been named a finalist in the National Merit Achievement Competition. Their advancement from semifinalist ranking was based on outstanding SAT scores that confirmed earlier PSAT/NMSQT performances.
Hicksville Middle School and High School students demonstrated their high level of science knowledge and problem solving as teams as both advanced to the state regional competition in the Science Olympiads. These teams prepared throughout the year for the competitions that requires them to solve problems in genetics, earth science, chemistry, anatomy, physics, geology and mechanical engineering. The culmination of the regional and state tournaments is the Science Olympiad National Tournament later this year.
The Middle School Drama Club brought the classic musical comedy “Once Upon A Mattress” to the school stage in an elaborate production that brought together the talents of more than 100 students under the guidance of director, choreographer and set designer Thomas DePalo.
The past two weeks have been ones of CELEBRATION! . . . of 100 days of school, outstanding student accomplishments, the spirit of community and the commitment of our employees and PTA volunteers. They serve as reminders to all of us how fortunate we are to have such hard working students and dedicated staff, PTA parents and volunteers.
Based on their strong performance at the Western Long Island Regional Competition on Feb. 8, the middle school Science Olympiad team will compete in the New York State competition in Rochester on April 4-5. The team competed in 22 events at the regional competition....
The High School Tri-M Music Honor Society presented their winter recital, featuring the classical music of Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven, Antonio Vivaldi, modern pieces by Alecia Beth Moore (Pink) and Alan Menkin, and an original piece by student Brian D’Addario in the Daniel J. Kristoff Theater.
Middle School students Jeevan George, Rafeed Hossain and Lovepreet Kaur have been declared winners in the Veterans of Foreign Wars’ Patriot’s Pen essay contest. Kaur took first prize, after finishing second last year, followed by George and Hossain. Twenty Middle School students submitted essays for consideration.
Middle School eighth-grade student Jonathan Kinnaman was the winner of the annual school geography bee held in early January. His knowledge of oceans, landmasses, maps, climates and natural resources propelled him to first place among 39 competitors from all grades at the school.
Middle School eighth-grader Nabil Chowdhury earned the title of highest scorer in the American Mathematics Competitions administered in November. He was presented with a gold certificate for outstanding achievement and a commemorative pin for his No. 1 ranking at the Middle School.