Special Honors and Awards
Here are the Community Leadership Awards presented to the Class of 2013at the Class Day assembly on May 29, 2013. The following include members of the community who have excelled in their field and have made great contributions to the Horace Mann community, exemplifying the spirit of learning here at Horace Mann. The awards are given both by ... Continue Reading
Here are the Academic Honors presented to the Class of 2013 at the Class Day assembly on May 29, 2013. The following include members of the community who have excelled in their academic contributions to the Horace Mann community and have exemplified the spirit of the learning here at Horace Mann. Here in no particular order:
Athletic and Community Awards
Here are the Athletic and Community Leadership Awards presented to the Class of 2013 at the Class Day assembly on May 29, 2013 . The following include members of the community who have excelled in their field and have made great contributions to the Horace Mann community, exemplifying the spirit of athletics here at Horace Mann and the importance of ... Continue Reading
Better Late Than Never!
Members of the Class of 2013 celebrate their final days with spirit and games, despite fall storm delays
“READY, SET, SLIDE!” As students dressed from head-to-toe in pink chanted and cheered, seniors launched themselves onto thin rainbow plastic runways, careening into pools of water. Amidst shrieks and laughter, they emerged to find their face paint ... Continue Reading
School Apologizes for Past Abuse: Readies to form new safety panel as alumni groups maintain call for independent investigation
While the school has acknowledged and apologized for the sexual abuse of students by faculty members in the 1960s through the 1990s, it will not conduct an independent investigation into the abuse, administrators said in a letter last week.
Head of School Dr. Tom Kelly and Chair of the Board of Trustees Steven Friedman ’72 released ... Continue Reading
SAF Looks to Raise Cap for Future Years
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We think that most seniors would agree that these last few weeks of school have been some of the best in our high school careers. Surprisingly, this is not just due to the lack of work or pressure. Instead, it’s because we have made the best of the time we ... Continue Reading
Opinions & Editorials
Make New Friends, But Keep the Old
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Mass’ Catch Airs on ESPN
On May 17th, ESPN put a Lions baseball player on national TV when it featured Eric Mass’ (12) game-winning catch to beat Poly Prep on Top Ten Plays. ESPN shows the ten best plays in the sports world, and Mass’ catch was ranked the seventh best play. The show is watched by millions world wide every day.
Athletes of the Year
During Kaitlan Puglia’s four years as a varsity athlete, she contributed to a soccer state championship, a trip to the softball state championships and many successful basketball seasons. Puglia was a three-sport athlete in soccer, basketball, and softball.
Competing on girls varsity soccer in the fall, Puglia was, “extremely dedicated and invested ... Continue Reading
Carly Amon was co-Captain of three different teams during her senior year. She led the soccer, girls’ swimming, and lacrosse teams. Amon was the starting sweeper for the soccer team, anchoring a defense that did not allow a goal in the NYSAIS championship game. Amon was included on the All-New York City Girls soccer team by ... Continue Reading
Visual & Performing Arts Awards
Here are the Arts Honors presented to the Class of 2013 at the Class Day assembly on May 29, 2013. The following include members of the community who have excelled in their artistic contributions to the Horace Mann community and have exemplified the spirit of the arts here at Horace Mann. Here in no particular order:
Math teacher Huon Murray has never been so excited yet nostalgic about leaving a chapter of his life, he said. After this coming summer, he is going to Australia where he has been accepted to a medical science program for research. Recently Murray has “fallen in love with science…. In particular how to use biochemistry to solve ... Continue Reading
Gapportunities: Taking a Year Off
“Oh my god, this is so worth it!” Kat Wyatt ’12 said on her plane ride to New Zealand, as she enjoyed the view of Auckland to the fullest. From travelling across the globe to working eight hours a day, students took gap years to allow them to discover what life would be like after college, Owen Elliott ’12 ... Continue Reading
Kelly, Schiller Keep Eyes on Future
Throughout the year, the head of school and the head of the upper division are discussing changes from school curriculum and scheduling to improving the general school atmosphere, they said in interviews. They have called on student leaders across divisions to aid them in implementing such changes.
“It is always a challenge of how to do ... Continue Reading