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There have been numerous rumors spreading on social media regarding threats to students at Abington Heights High School. Currently, there are no indications, whatsoever, of any threats to anyone in spite of these rumors. Updates will be posted if new information becomes available.


2014-2015 Calendar  

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Eleventh graders Amanda Kohut and Rachel Muir will be featured in the January, 2015, edition of School Arts, a national art education magazine, for their collaborative clay hexagon work.


Senior student Kate Glidewell has qualified to attend National Association for Music Education's All- Eastern Chorus.  The festival will be held in Providence, Rhode Island, from April 9-12, 2015.  Kate's qualification last year through competitive audition to attend PMEA District, Regional and All-State Choir, as well as a written recommendation, served as a basis for her selection.

Tenth grader Jack Abdalla has been selected as the HOBY (Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership) Ambassador for this school year.  Tenth grader Olivia Baker was chosen as the HOBY Ambassador alternate.

The following High School students qualified through competitive audition to attend PMEA District 9 Chorus, which will be held at Tunkhannock Area High School from January 21-23, 2015: Kate Glidewell (2nd place); Celeste Belknap; Hannah Braid; Alyssa Lazar; Aly Garbin; Victoria Munley; Rachel Martin; Robert Swift (2nd place); Max Earl (5th place); Ben Kontz; Jeremy Wombacker; Austin Catania; and Chris Clark.

The following students have auditioned and qualified for participation in the 2015 PMEA District Orchestra Festival to be held February 4-6 at Lackawanna Trail High School:

Violin:  Richard Ling, Sydney Gualtieri, Kevin Hu, Jon Galaydick, Sam Myers, Michaelina Holmes, Yelena Cochrane, Breeanna Champlin, Kelly Kwolek, Jessica Rickwood, Celeste Belknap, Chris Suh, Megan Kane, Alex Bi, Vihisha Bache & Havisha Bache

Viola:  Jessa Sablan, Terry Hurst, Rachel Martin, Jon Kizer, Owen Holland, Bradley Sopinski & Ross Cohen

Cello: Nick Beckish, Teddy Lambert, Richard Ling, Leo Tully, Shane Cummings, Cassie Schlosser, Zack Smith, Alison Kane & Jerome Nidoh

String Bass: James Barrett, Brad Eckersley, Bailey Harris & Nick Beckish

Percussion: Matt Parry

Trombone: Joe Sileo

Nick Beckish and Celeste Belknap have both been accepted into the Philharmonic Mentoring Program through a very competitive audition process. This program will enable them to receive monthly private lessons with NEPA Philharmonic musicians. They will participate in sectionals with Maestro Larry Loh, the assistant conductor and attend masterclasses with guest soloists. Nick and Celeste will also perform in several side-by-side performances with the NEPA Philharmonic this upcoming year.

Nick Beckish and Liv Osborne have been chosen as WVIA-TV Artists of the Week for music and visual art, respectively.   Access the Artist of the Week taping on the WVIA website by selecting this link.

A special education parent information session will be held on Tuesday, January 13, beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Administration Building, second floor, 200 East Grove Street, Clarks Summit. All community members are invited to attend, and a sign language interpreter will be present. The topics for the monthly sessions throughout the school year will be planned based upon parents’ surveys and program/services updates.  Dates for the these sessions throughout the school year are:  January 13; February 17; March 17; April 14; May 12, 2015, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Administration Building.

Senior student Joseph Sileo earned a top composite score of 36 on a recent ACT test. Less than one-tenth of 1 percent of students who take the ACT earn the top score. Among test takers nationally in the high school graduating class of 2014, only 1,407 of nearly 1.85 million students earned a composite score of 36.


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