Gratitude isn’t canceled. The current COVID-19 pandemic has proven that not all heroes wear capes. Watch this special thank you video that a few of our students made for our frontline heroes. We are forever grateful for your sacrifices and are praying for you and your families every day.Uploaded Apr 28, 2020
On January 29, 2020, ten dedicated and driven students were honored by Mr. Jason Schlereth, principal, with IHA Soaring Eagle Awards. These distinct awards are presented four times a year to teacher-nominated students who demonstrate excellence and determination and who work to the best of their ability in a particular subject area. The award winners were also recognized by other members of the administration including Ms. Patricia Molloy, president, and Mrs. Jo-Ellen DeSanta, assistant principal of academics and curriculum.
Congratulations to: standing, left to right, Anna Gehres’22 (Physical Education – Mrs. Terry Skjold P’11), Ryanne Kelleher’22 (Social Studies – Ms. Trish Carleton), Charlotte Helson’22 (Computer Programming – Mrs. Theresa Seymour Dolan’95), Caroline Wright’20 (Religious Studies – Ms. Lynn Gansley), Juliana Matina’23 (Biology – Ms. Genelle Diaz-Silveira), Natalia LoCurto’23 (Communications – Mr. Phil Bernardi), and Gracelee Fasanella’21 (World Language – Mrs. Tracy Hong Syz). Seated, left to right, are Daniella Smith’20 (English – Ms. Megan Moser), Alyssa Longo’21 (Music – Mrs. Barbara Donatacci P’19), and Katharine O’Connor’20 (Mathematics – Mrs. Liz Kearns P’05, ’08, ’11).
IHA proudly celebrates Catholic Schools Week from Jan. 26 through February 1, 2020.Uploaded Jan 24, 2020
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The Memory Project is a charitable nonprofit organization that invites art teachers, art students, and solo artists to help cultivate global kindness by creating portraits for children around the world who have faced substantial challenges such as violence, war, extreme poverty, neglect, and loss of parents. IHA's Advanced Painting and Drawing students created portraits for girls in Afghanistan. Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner in history, is working tirelessly to improve the lives of girls. Our students created portraits for girls in programs supported by Malala's network.
On the evening of Dec. 9, 2019, twenty-six of our amazingly talented singers performed on stage at Radio City Music Hall. Under the direction of Mrs. Barbara Donatacci, choral music director and teacher, the IHA students performed a breathtaking rendition of "Mary, Did You Know?" on the Great Stage before the 8 p.m. showing of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular.
Soloists included Jenna Clover’20, Allison Sandt’20, Alyssa Longo’21, Alexis Mason’22, and Laura Rickli’22. Close to one hundred people from Immaculate Heart traveled into New York City that evening to support our girls during the amazing experience and enjoy the rest of the popular Christmas show!
Video courtesy of Mrs. Lisa Encke P'20, director of the arts.