On Tuesday, April 18, Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart welcomed Matt Phelan, an award-winning graphic novelist, illustrator and author. The visit was sponsored through the generosity of the Princeton Academy Parents Association (PAPA).
The Association of Independent School Admission Professionals (AISAP) will host an Educational Expo and School Fair at Princeton Academy of the Sacred on Monday, April 24, 2017
Students in Grades 5 through 8 presented their Independent Science Projects to a judging panel made up of professional scientists, researchers, professors, engineers and alumni on Monday, March 6.
On an unseasonably warm Thursday in February, Princeton Academy families gathered in the MACC for a night of math games. Lower School teachers organized myriad activities for families to engage and learn all while having a lot of fun!
In honor of Black History Month, students in fourth grade researched black scientists who have made tremendous contributions through inventions, discoveries and innovations.
The Kindergarten class gave their first oral presentations this morning during Dinos and Donuts. Parents gathered as the boys spoke about the dinosaur they researched. The "bear cubs" also presented the papier-mâché dinosaurs that they created - this signature Kindergarten program showcases STEAM at its best!
The Kindergarten class played Hungry Hungry Hawks during the February Prayer Buddies activity. During the lively game, boys grabbed for as many balls as they could while being guided by their MS Prayer Buddies. It was a great team effort!
This week, LS students performed in the second Opus Avenue of the academic year, a venue which gives the boys who study music outside of Princeton Academy a chance to share their musical talents. There were performers from Grades 1-4. Bravo gentlemen, and thank you Mr. Britt for your musical guidance.
On Wednesday, April 19, Grades 7 and 8 presented Evening of the Arts in the Middle School Choir Loft.
The Middle School Choir Loft is a very busy place as it is the location for many different activities during the school day. The Choir Loft is the place for daily fifth grade homeroom, Middle School assemblies, General Music projects, ISP testing, English class debates, Prayer Buddy get togethers, Math/Science STEM projects, faculty meetings, and Evening of the Arts performances. This week, the Choir Loft had three very important Sacred Heart in Action events: a special espacio, a presentation by visiting speaker Alex Kline, and an exhibit/presentation by Isabella de la Houssaye.
English 7 prepares for their reading of the Secret Life of Bees with presentations about honeybees, hives and beekeeping. As a dominant theme of the novel, it will be helpful to have these visuals in mind as they begin reading.
Lacrosse opened the season with a 5-2 victory over Moorestown Friends. Lacrosse will host Chapin on Thursday, April 20 and travel to Pennington on Friday, April 21.
Opening day for the spring season was washed out due to the rain. Lacrosse will now open the season on the road at Moorestown Friends School on Thursday, April 13.