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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NHS welcomes new football head coach

submitted by Reed Hennessy, Editor-in-Chief, The Playwickian, Neshaminy High School

“It is an extreme honor to be named head coach,” said Steve Wilmot, biology teacher and new head coach of the football team at Neshaminy High School.

“Neshaminy has such a rich football tradition that has included legendary coaches and players known throughout the whole state.”

Since the departure of former head coach Michael Frederick was announced last month the search for the new head coach has been led by assistant principal and athletic director Tom Magdelinskas. Familiarity with the team and community will certainly not be a problem for Wilmot as he has served as an assistant coach on the team for the past 20 years, most recently holding the position of offensive coordinator.

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Scenes from Neshaminy High School Gym Night

  1. Getting air-borne for the obstacle course.
  1. In costume for the “Hawaii” exhibition, from left, Mackensie Compton, Erica Glasson, Alyssa Antonelly, Sophia Beretski, and Summer Fox.
  1. Red Team captains Ben Matzke and Maggie Oswald charge up the crowd.
  1. RJ Boop, Abby Gibson, and Julia Barnett showed their true (blue) colors.
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Scenes from Neshaminy High School Gym Night

  1. The senior girls obstacle course kept them hopping!
  1. As part of the 11th grade exhibition, “Hawaii,” these young ladies were dressed as…wait for it…pineapples. From left, Emily Curran, Mirando Foster, Julia Andreozzi, and Morgan Goldenbaum.
  1. Energy levels were high!
  1. Blue Team Senior Captains, Dan Dogba and Melissa Carson
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Neshaminy Valley Music Theatre to present ‘Nice Work If You Can Get It’

The Neshaminy Valley Music Theatre (NVMT) has announced its 2015 musical production of “Nice Work If You Can Get It.” This “new” Gershwin musical recently concluded its smash Broadway run starring Matthew Broderick, where it earned multiple Tony Awards. NVMT is honored to present the Philadelphia area premier of this hilarious musical romp featuring the classic songs of George and Ira Gershwin.

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NHS recognizes outstanding senior athletes during signing ceremony

by June Portnoy

During a signing ceremony held Wednesday, February 4th, 12 Neshaminy High School (NHS) senior athletes signed letters of intent to play at the collegiate level after they graduate this year. This day coincided with National Letter of Intent day across the country.

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Langhorne Rotary update

The Langhorne Rotary Club recently honored Kristina Delikat, a student at Bucks County Technical School, as their November 2014 “Student of the Month.” Besides being an excellent student in her program of Marketing Management, Kristina has been involved in service activities outside of school. She plans to attend college, majoring in Business Administration.

The December “Student of the Month” was Abigail Alexis, a student at Neshaminy High School. She was introduced by Assistant Principal Lisa Pennington, who previously coached Abigail in field hockey. Abigail is president of the senior class, a member of the Honor Society and captain of the field hockey team. She plans to major in Actuary Science after high school.

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Jazz Festival at NHS

The Neshaminy High School Instrumental Music Department is hosting its 24th Annual Jazz Festival on Friday, March 20th at 6:30pm.

The participating jazz bands are from Penncrest High School, Council Rock High School South, Philadelphia Creative & Performing Art High School, and the Neshaminy High School Jazz band and Jazz Ensemble. The evening will end with a performance from Tim Warfield Quintet.

Tickets are available at the door for $10. For more info visit www.NHSIMB.org.

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NHS students inducted into French and Spanish National Honor Society

On December 4th the Neshaminy High School World Language Department held an induction ceremony for the Spanish and French National Honor Societies. Twenty-two seniors enrolled in Spanish IV and V were inducted into the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica, capítulo Joaquín Sorolla and 17 French V and AP seniors were inducted into the Société Honoraire de Français.

In order to become a member of these elite Honor Societies, students must maintain an “A” average throughout their language study.

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