Summer 2019

 

Superior Program

Holy Angels has earned the Catholic School Executive Leadership Award for the Academy's STREAM program (STEM plus religion and art). AHA President Melinda A. Hanlon accepted the award, which recognizes the rigor of the curriculum and the active engagement of the students.

Angelic Trio

Beloved Angels Marissa Dellapi, Emily Nam, and Janella Osbourne received the Sister Catherine Green Kindness Award for bringing comfort and joy to others.

Star of the Stage

Rianna LeHane’s charming portrayal of Lady Larken in AHA’s production of “Once upon a Mattress” earned her the prestigious Metro Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role. This 2019 graduate also received a Foxy Award for her leading role in “Peter and the Starcatcher.”

Hess Honored

Ashley Hess (AHA ’19) capped off her sensational high school tennis career by winning the Angel Award, the top honor given to an AHA athlete. Hess won the Bergen County title, and became a state finalist twice. She is a two-time National High School Tennis All-American.

NCEA Invitees

Three Angels demonstrated their knowledge at the National Catholic Educational Association’s 2019 STREAM 3.0 conference. Alexis discussed the chair she made from cardboard, while Amelia and Joanna presented an LED light show, a robot, and 3-D printed desktop organizers.

AHA’s Bearing Witness

Emily, Grace, Kayla, Annabel, and Sophia traveled to Arizona and Mexico to bring supplies and hope to migrants who are aspiring to better lives. The Angels visited a courthouse, worked at a shelter, and participated in a cross planting to honor a man who died on his way to the USA.

 

Sisterly Love

Every summer, Angel volunteers wing their way to Philadelphia to help SSND sister school Saint Peter the Apostle prepare for September. Erin, Madi, Kate, Valeria, and Natasha decorated bulletin boards, stocked rooms with supplies, arranged furniture, and set up the school store.

June 2019

 

Congratulations, Graduates!

The Class of 2019 began life’s next chapter on May 31st. Best wishes to this extraordinary group, including Commencement Speaker Olivia Mandella and Second in Merit Ashley Hess.

Stronger Together

Students, faculty, and staff brought helping hands and willing spirits to several locations on Service Day 2019. Read more»

Return Trip

For the second spring, AHA English Department Chair Nancy Schneberger took Angels to Oxford for a “bespoke” class in critical thinking. Those who returned this year studied the sciences. Read more»

 

Well Done!

Our world language students brought home multiple medals and certificates for their excellent work on this year’s national examinations in Latin, Italian, French, and Spanish.

Enriching Event

Maya, Stephanie, Melanie, and Katelyn recently visited Columbia University's microsurgery lab, one of the world's premier training facilities. Read more»

 

National Honorees

The National Honor Society welcomed over 90 Angels this month. Congratulations, everyone!

Published Writer

Freshman Natasha Dhanrajani just had her third creative writing piece published in Rockland County’s “Scrawl.” Read more»

Nominations Pour In

AHA’s production of “Once upon a Mattress” garners nominations for multiple Paper Mill Rising Star Awards and Metro Awards. Read more»

Featured Performer

Internationally acclaimed teen violinist Nayoun Kim is featured performer at Juilliard’s pre-college division concert. Nayoun is a member of the AHA Class of 2022. Read more»

 

Diamond Girl

S. Henrice Eckert, SSND, just marked her Diamond Jubilee as a School Sister! AHA alumnae will remember S. Henrice as a college counselor. She retired from her post in Norwood at age 88.

 

Smiles of JOY

Joining Old and Young (JOY) performed a May concert series for senior citizens throughout the area. This aptly named group continues to spread joy everywhere.

 

Artistic Angels

AITA recently recognized the many Angels who have shared their talents with the fine and performing arts programs. The 2019 scholarship recipients are Maria Guyre, Grace Velarde, Kirsten Garino, and Olivia Rettew.

Insider’s View

Camila Correa and Katherine Gazzini participated in the 2019 Model Congress at Ridgewood High School. They met Rep. Josh Gottheimer and learned more about how a bill becomes a law. Read more»

 

Putting it All Together

A handful of motivated volunteers assembled a fabulous exhibit of drawings made by our first-year art students. Read more»

 

Music to Your Ears!

The Spring Concert highlighted our talented vocalists and instrumental musicians. The AHA community also bade farewell to the seniors who have contributed so much to the department. Read more»


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