Congratulations to our 2017 Quarter Two Soaring Eagle Award recipients! Students received their awards at a special ceremony and reception held on January 26, 2017.
Standing, from left to right, are Nicole Shanahan’17 (English), Emma Note’17 (Mathematics), Melissa Canavan’17 (Technology), Hannah Sutton’18 (World Language – Mandarin), Theresa Weglarz’19 (Physical Education), Christina Dolce’19 (Social Studies), and Mia Ianelli’17 (Religious Studies). Seated, from left to right, are Celina Esposito’19 (The Arts), Vanessa Geerlof’20 (Science), and Ella Parker’20 (Communications).
Every quarter, the Soaring Eagle Award is given to students who demonstrate academic excellence in a particular discipline. This award, presented by Mr. Jason Schlereth, principal, recognizes enthusiastic, compassionate, creative,
2017 Soaring Eagle Award recipients for Quarter 1 include: Alanna Fullerton’17 (Science), Amanda Molloy’20 (Physical Education), Elizabeth Kownacki’18 (Religious Studies), Kelsey Agnew’18 (Mathematics), Emma Hammer’18 (Technology), Hannahmia Lauricella’20 (Social Studies), Katrina Fett’19 (The Arts), and Rebecca Nadler’19 (English). Seated, from left to right, are Kathleen Rattazzi’17 (Communications) and Victoria Lubas’17 (World Language).
IHA hosted noted speaker Leonard Sax, MD, author of The Collapse of Parenting, in the PAC on Thursday, January 19 at 6 p.m.Uploaded 3 months ago
The Quarter 3 Soaring Eagle Award, presented by vice principal, Jason Schlereth, recognizes enthusiastic, compassionate, creative, and intelligent young women who embody the ideals of an IHA education.
Standing, from left to right, are Annalise Wolf’19 (Drama), Carmela Stone’16 (Technology), Kaitlyn Pacheco’17 (English), Jennifer Mistretta’16 (Religious Studies), Katie Popiela’16 (Arts), Michelle Eckert’18 (Physical Education), and Ashley Ziltz’19 (Science). Seated, from left to right, are Kelly Murphy’17 (World Languages), Kelsey Agnew’18 (Social Studies), and Morgan Honor’18 (Mathematics).
At Immaculate Heart Academy, the tradition of the Junior Ring Ceremony has remained a special rite of passage for members of the junior class. The rings not only symbolize honor and achievement, but also represent personal expression and school pride.
Our girls had a wonderful morning on March 3, celebrating at the Junior Ring Ceremony liturgy and reception. Congratulations to the Class of 2017!
Video courtesy of IHA Get Reel.