SAFE in Sag Harbor had a strong delegation of Pierson High School students representing their community at the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA)’s 17th annual mid-year training institute, held in Orlando the week of July 16. The five students — Graham DiLorenzo, Lucie Gardella, Kiarra Fuen
A formal push is under way to create a new Catholic high school on the East End to pick up where Bishop McGann-Mercy Diocesan High School had to leave off when the Catholic Diocese of Rockville Centre closed it in June.
The Bridgehampton School District has hit a snag as it embarks on its $24.7 million expansion and renovation plan — specifically, that that $24.7 million isn’t enough to cover the costs of all the pieces in the plan.
In a move expected to bring more money into school district coffers, the Sag Harbor School Board on Monday signed a contract with the Sagaponack Common School District to bus its students to school this year.
January Kerr, who was board vice president last year, was elected school board president by a 6-0 vote on Monday night. Diana Kolhoff, who served as school board president the last two years, was voted in as vice president.
Change is on the horizon for Pierson Middle School, which will have its own dedicated principal come September.
Jamari Gant’s college friends are always surprised when they find out he has appeared in a documentary film. On Friday, it was Jamari's turn to be surprised.
They will serve as the subject of science and history lessons. They’re the stuff art projects are made of. They’ll inspire the imaginations of children who have played under and around trees for generations and generations.
Each of the seven female graduates of Bridgehampton School decorated her mortarboard for Sunday's commencement.
Graduation ceremonies this year were held on a cool and cloudy afternoon that staved off rain, allowing family and friends to celebrate loved ones on Pierson Hill. Saturday would be the last time members of the class of 2018 would come together, with proud parents, siblings, friends and faculty gathered to watch the 5 p.m. ceremony.
Street has been named Bridgehampton School’s salutatorian, graduating with a weighted grade point average of 94.5. A lifetime Bridgehampton School student, Ms. Street will be heading to Washington D.C. to attend Howard University this fall.
Patterson has been named Bridgehampton School’s valedictorian for the class of 2018. Graduating with a weighted grade point average of 95.47, Patterson will attend The University of Wisconsin in Madison come fall.
The Ross School’s Nina Damiecki transitioned from student to alumni earlier this month. After attending Ross for 16 years, she’ll head to Washington D.C. to attend George Washington University.
The Pierson High School salutatorian for the class of 2018, with a weighted grade point average of 103, will bring her spirited passion to Philadelphia, where she will attend the University of Pennsylvania this fall.
The Bridgehampton School's Commencement was held this past Sunday. We captured some scenes from the day.