FBA college scholarship winners

Brian Thomas and Gabriella M. Merlino (front row, second and third from left), both of Feasterville, and seniors at Neshaminy High School, were recently awarded $1,200 college scholarships from the Feasterville Business Association.

Sharing a congratulatory moment following the announcement at historic Playwicki Farm are (front row from left) Rose McMenamin, a scholarship committee co-chairperson, (Brian and Gabriella) Linda Pupkiewicz, recording secretary and scholarship committee co-chairperson and Ed Shannon, chairperson of the FBA golf outing, (back row, left and right) Mike Wielehowski, sergeant-at-arms and golf committee member and Charles Roman, a member of the scholarship committee.

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Shady Brook Rotary honors ‘Student of the Year’

At their dinner meeting on May 20th, the Rotary Club of Shady Brook presented their “Student of the Year” award to Brian Thomas, a senior at Neshaminy High School. As part of the award, he received a check for $1,000.

Pictured from left are Dr. Augie Adrid, Past Shady Brook President, Baby Thomas (Brian’s father), Brian, and Irv Perlstein, Past Shady Brook President.

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FCP awards scholarship to Nicholas Hoffman

Foundations Community Partnership (FCP) has awarded a scholarship to Nicholas Hoffman, a senior at Neshaminy High School, through its annual Partnership in Education program this month.

The Foundations Partnership in Education program recognizes the achievements of local Bucks County public high school seniors for their demonstrated community service, commitment to academic performance, and quality of character. Students are nominated to receive the award by their guidance counselor or a member of the school’s administration.

Ronald Bernstein, Executive Director of FCP presented a check for $1,000 to Nicholas, who will attend Lehigh University in the fall.

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Langhorne Rotary honors NHS students

The Langhorne Rotary recently honored two “Students of the Month,” David Dae-Young Kim and Jasper Nelson, both seniors at Neshaminy High School.

David, the Student of the Month for April, lives in Langhorne. Along with taking a number of Advanced Placement courses, David is a member of the debate team and the school ‘s symphonic orchestra, and is involved with the school’s literary magazine. He also teaches math to ninth and 10th grade students in the summer and instructs younger pupils on the Korean language. He plans to attend college and then hopefully law school.

Jasper Nelson, May’s Student of the Month, also resides in Langhorne. He attends a number of Advanced Placement courses, and is also a member of the tennis team and the Scholars Bowl. During the summer Jasper volunteers at the YMCA camp, working with high school students. He will attend the University of Wisconsin at Madison to study engineering, with a minor in economics. Jasper hopes to start his own business after college.

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Scenes from the STEM Expo at Neshaminy High School

  1. Phoebe and Rachel Lamb, of Langhorne, make slime with Mad Science.
  1. Justin Harnishfeger built this robot in robotics class.
  1. Jules Zamorano (left), of Feasterville, shows Anna Cieri, of Langhorne, how to control the robot she built in her honors robotics class.
  1. Virginia James, of Levittown, practices computer animation on a tablet.
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Scenes from the STEM Expo at Neshaminy High School

  1. Evan Bauer (left) learns about computer animation from Madelyn Spina in the Film and Animation class.
  1. Jake Gopal (front) learns about game design from Josh Taylor.
  1. Jules Zamorano (left), of Feasterville, shows Anna Cieri, of Langhorne, how to control the robot she built in her honors robotics class.
  1. Phoebe and Rachel Lamb make slime with Mad Science.
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NHS wins first and second place at Bucks County Envirothon

by June Portnoy

Neshaminy High School’s (NHS) two environmental science teams won first and second place in the Bucks County Conservation District’s (BCCD) annual Envirothon, held at Bucks County Audubon Society’s headquarters at Honey Hollow in New Hope, on Friday, May 1st.

As a result NHS’s first place team qualified to participate at the state competition at the University of Pittsburgh Johnstown campus on May 19th and 20th.

“I have been bringing my students to the Bucks County Envirothon for over a decade,” said Brian Suter, NHS’s AP environmental science teacher and lead science teacher for the Neshaminy School District. “It’s always a valuable experience for these kids.

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NHS wins first and second place at Bucks County Envirothon

by June Portnoy

Neshaminy High School’s (NHS) two environmental science teams won first and second place in the Bucks County Conservation District’s (BCCD) annual Envirothon, held at Bucks County Audubon Society’s headquarters at Honey Hollow in New Hope, on Friday, May 1st.

As a result NHS’s first place team qualified to participate at the state competition at the University of Pittsburgh Johnstown campus on May 19th and 20th.

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Feasterville Rotary honors Celina Lee as ‘Student of the Month’

Feasterville resident Celina Lee, a student at Neshaminy High School, was recognized as March’s “Student of the Month” at the Feasterville Rotary Club’s breakfast meeting on March 10th.

Celina has attended Neshaminy schools for the past four years. Her GPA is 3.8 and she ranks 107th in a class of 651. Her senior program of study includes Honors Calculus, AP English 12, Honors Chemistry 2, AP Environmental Science, Child Development, AP Psychology, and Spanish Honors 5.

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NHS students perform at state festival

The Neshaminy High School Music Department congratulates the following students that were selected for the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association All-State Music Festival held in Hershey, PA in March. The students include:

  •  All-State Band: Danny Aslanian – Clarinet, Stephanie Rue – Horn, Adam Victor – Trumpet;
  • All-State Wind Ensemble: Andrew Northrup – Baritone Sax, Stephen Hopkins – Horn;
  • All-State Choir:  Joey Rippert – Tenor.

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