The boys won three events, including two relays, and set two meet records. For the girls, Ingrid Shu '16 placed second in the 50-yard freestyle.
She was one of six sophomores and juniors who delivered speeches for the annual Robert H. LeBow '58 Memorial Oratorical Competition on February 20. Henry Kraham '17 was runner-up.
The team won seven events, including a sweep of all three relays, to earn its second consecutive state title by defeating Oak Knoll 100-70.
The team won nine events, including a sweep of all three relays, to win its eighth consecutive state championship. They defeated Gloucester Catholic 119-51.
The team of 19 students made a remarkable showing in its first appearance at the New Jersey Science Olympiad regional tournament. Now, the team is preparing for the state tournament in March.
Alison Crowther's son Welles worked in the South Tower of the World Trade Center and saved an estimated 12 lives on September 11. His decision to put others first cost him his own life. She calls his actions "pure humanity."
These two students help Color A Smile mail crayon drawings to senior citizens, the military, and anyone else who needs a smile.
The Girls' Foil Squad placed first in the NJSIAA District #3 Championships, and Kate Northrop '15 won gold in the individual girls foil competition for the third year in a row.
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