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Floral Park Memorial High School senior Jacob Sinanan has been recognized as a finalist in the 66th annual National Merit Scholarship Program.
The boys district swim team qualified for counties in the 200 medley relay. Christian Cordova (HFC) earned the title of All Division by taking third place in the 100 backstroke. At the county meet, the relay (Christian; Brian Florkowsi, NHP; Ethan Calhoun, FPM; and Ryan Yu, HFC) performed well, and Christian went on to make it to the finals! Overall, the boys had a fantastic season and look forward to next year!
The Model United Nations Program at Sewanhaka Central High School District continued a long-standing tradition on March 20. The Model UN Club, in conjunction with members of the five high schools, hosted its 27th annual Sewanhaka Intra-District Model UN Conference, internally known as SIDMUN.
The Floral Park Camol Clan #2438 First Lego League team competed and won an award at the remote School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc. (SBPLI) Qualifying Tournament on March 13.
Floral Park Memorial High School Advanced Placement Drawing students Kate Catterson, Isabella Giacoppo, Elizabeth Gibbons and Naairah Neeman had their artwork selected to be on display in the Art League of Long Island’s 14th annual “Go APE” Advanced Placement Student Exhibition.
Congratulations to valedictorian Jacob Sinanan and salutatorian Jacqueline Kelly! They received certificates of recognition from the Board of Education and the Superintendent of Schools. They are pictured here with school counselors Adam Glatzer and Catherine Capozzi and Principal Maria Hecht.
In celebration of National Youth Art Month, new additions to our Advanced Placement Studio Art Gallery have been unveiled. Thirteen new works have been installed in our main hallway outside of the library for students, staff and visitors to admire. The additions were created and submitted to the College Board by last year's AP Two-Dimensional Art and Design students. Our art students' talents are truly reflected in this exhibit!