Summit Public Schools Celebrates Students Who Earned a Rare “Perfect” Score on an Advanced Placement Exam

Summit Public Schools celebrates high school students Emma Gumny, Dean Mauriello, and Nikita Shevyakov, as well as Summit High School graduates Lydia Boubendir and William Johnson for each earning a perfect score on a college-level Advanced Placement® (AP®) Exam in the spring of 2023. The current and former Summit students were five out of 459 students in the world to earn every point possible on the AP Computer Science Principles Exam. “We are very proud of our students’ outstanding achievements, as they have not only surpassed expectations, but have also set a remarkable standard for excellence,”...

Continue reading

Students Perform at Carnegie Hall

Members of the Franklin Elementary School chorus performed at Carnegie Hall with the New England Symphonic Ensemble and several other choirs from the tri-state area on May 26.  During the week prior to the performance, Parisian conductor and choirmaster Francis Bardot worked with the children in New York City and conducted them during the concert. After receiving the invitation last October, Franklin students auditioned and 23 were selected for the special performance at Carnegie Hall.  Franklin vocal music director R. Brent Geyer held after school rehearsals over the past several months, leading...

Continue reading

Holy Trinity School students send their love to the troops

The students of Holy Trinity School share their faith and support of others in various ways each month. Some months they sacrifice and bring in food for the food pantry, others they bring in funds to support various charities. Each February, the students in all grades create valentine cards for the brave men and women who protect our country.  The handmade cards from students in kindergarten through grade 8, are sent to the Westfield Armory to be shared with the service men and women. On February 16, Captain Corporal Cody H. Scheidle and Brian Payor visited the school to thank the children in...

Continue reading

© All rights reserved. 

Back to Top