Month: May 2017

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APH Student Recognized in Georgetown Community
Kendelle Cooper, of Georgetown, created the work “Arctic Thaw” after discovering that Polar Bears may go extinct in her lifetime. Her work was honored at Endicott College High School Art Competition when she received The Dean’s Choice Award.
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Centerville School Writes Back
Students in the Voices in Literature Class went to visit a Kindergarten Class at Centerville School in Beverly. They went to see the spark of early literacy and what it means to begin a reading life and the kindergartners did...
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National Latin Exam
2017 National Latin Exam Recognition In March, more than 149,000 students in 50 states and 20 countries took the National Latin Exam- including 22 students from The Academy at Penguin Hall. All First Years are enrolled in Latin and additional...
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APH Participates in National Public Gardens Day
The Academy at Penguin Hall was invited to participate in a National Public Gardens Day event with our neighbors The Trustees. A number of girls visited Long Hill, a former family retreat that has been renowned for its gardens for almost a century. They were...
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From Central Africa to the North Shore
Students in Mrs. Billings’ World Humanities class had a chance to speak with Jordy Mukania who was born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Jordy visited APH for lunch on Thursday and chatted with students about what it was like to...
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