This news item is from The Cyrenian parish newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 1
Congratulations to our High School graduates. Aleesha Rogers, a graduate of New Rochelle High School, will be attending Delaware State University. Aleesha is very active at St Simon’s as an acolyte, a trainee Sunday school teacher and Youth group leader. Shanice Moore is staying closer to home and attending The College of Westchester. Shanice graduated from Nellie A. Thornton High School. She plans to be a Physician’s assistant.
Aaron Hall, a nephew of Monica Parris, graduated from Mount Vernon High School. He will pursue a degree in Electrical Engineering at Farleigh Dickinson University.
Courtney Mills will be singing at several cathedrals in Europe with the New Rochelle High School Performing and Visual Arts Education (PAVE) program in August. The PAVE Program prepares talented students to meet the demands necessary for their success, both academically and professionally, and by providing them with a broader knowledge, scope, insight, and balance in a comprehensive program of creative and artistic works. Upon successfully completing five units of credit, students will receive a PAVE seal on their High School Diploma and fulfill the State Education Department requirement for a Fine Arts sequence. Courtney is a rising junior at New Rochelle High School.
Amanda Cumberbatch, a rising senior at New Rochelle High School, was elected to the National Honor Society at that school.
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