WH In The News

  • WH in the News - GirlsGoCyber

    Posted by Christina Page on 5/22/2020

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    Congratulations to Emma Sloan, Sarah Korczukowski, Joyce Lin and Nirvani Mangru who represented CS@WH in the GirlsGo Cyberstart National Championship over the last 2 days (with AP exams!) They finished 47th out of 276 teams that qualified.  GO STREAKS!

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  • WH in the News - Freddy Awards

    Posted by Christina Page on 5/22/2020

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    Congratulations to the drama department for their great work all year and to Kaileigh Cagnassola and Emily Gilligan on their scholarship awards!  

    Emma Kaiven can be seen in the opening video with seniors from other schools.

    If you didn't catch some of our seniors on the Freddy Show here is the link to their video:
     

    WH Senior Cast of Matilda performance

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  • WH in the News - Fine Arts Showcase

    Posted by Christina Page on 5/20/2020
     Please join the Fine Arts department in celebrating a selection of work from our talented students this year in the variety of Art classes we offer at the high school - from Ceramics to Film, Graphic Arts to AP Art, Adaptive Art to Mixed Media, and more!
     
    I'd encourage you to treat yourself to some time to take a look and enjoy the creativity and promise that our Warren Hills students have demonstrated both in school and from home this school year. This Warren Hills Virtual Art Show gives that glimpse into how our students see beauty in the world, and how they've been inspired on their path. 
     
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  • WH in the News - Senior Skylar Warren Graduates from WCCC while at WHRHS

    Posted by Christina Page on 5/19/2020
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    Congratulations to senior Skylar Warren who earned her Associates Degree from WCCC over the weekend. By taking advantage of our Dual Enrollment Program and taking a few classes while in high school, she was able to accomplish her goal of graduating from WCCC before WHRHS. 
     
    Skylar graduated with honors and part of the Phi Theta Kappa honors society. She will be taking her talents to Florida and will be spending her next 2 years at FAMU. She will be interviewed on the radio on Wednesday to talk about her early college experience, stay tuned for details!
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  • WH in the News - NJ Cross Country/Track&Field All County Teams

    Posted by Christina Page on 5/14/2020

    2019-2020 Indoor Season - All County Teams

    The NJXCTFCA proudly completes it’s first ever Post Season Team Honors. Below are the links to the Indoor T&F All County Teams as chosen by the Coaches from those counties. Special thanks to WH Coach Bob Carroll for compiling this information for the Association.  Congratulations to all of the Athletes honored!

    WARREN HILLS CROSS COUNTRY/TRACK&FIELD ALL COUNTY ATHLETES

    800 – Joy Emisiko

    1600 – Angela Riedinger

    55 – Lou Fofana

    3200 – Mike Fama

    4x400 - Will Salmon, Gavin McHale, Unique Portugil, Lou Fofana

    4 x 800 – Jake Campbell, Matt Applegit, Ryan Shulman, Garret Rush

    Pole Vault – Nic Read

    Shot Put – Noah Thompson

    NJXCTFCA AWARDS

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  • WH in the News - Class of 2020 Tribute

    Posted by Christina Page on 5/12/2020

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    Congratulations to the class of 2020! Thank you to all the teachers and staff who helped create this awesome video! 

    Once a Blue Streak, always a Blue Streak!

    Class of 2020 Tribute

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  • WH in the News - VIRTUAL Freddy Awards May 21st, 7pm

    Posted by Christina Page on 5/11/2020
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    Warren Hills Drama Club President and Senior, Emma Kaiven, will be performing in the virtual opening number for the Freddy Awards.
     
    THURSDAY, MAY 21, 2020 – 7 PM, STATE THEATRE CENTER FOR THE ARTS

    WATCH IT LIVE ON WFMZ CHANNEL 69 OR STREAM AT WWW.WFMZ.COM
     
    From Emma: "This is such a disappointing and difficult time for everyone and my heart goes out to all of my fellow seniors who have missed out on so many senior year milestones. It's hard to find joy during a time like this but being a part of the virtual Freddy's this year reminded me how we all can find joy and connection through music. During our first rehearsal for the opening number it was amazing to see so many familiar faces on the screen singing. All of my friends from many different schools were coming together to make the best of a bad situation. We had two Zoom rehearsals and then we were given a week to record ourselves singing the opening number. Many people will soon get chosen for duets and solos and that will all be revealed when we see ourselves on the screen on May 21st. I also got all of the warren hills drama club seniors together to sing a clip from Matilda and hopefully our clip gets chosen to air during the virtual broadcast! It was so nice to reconnect to everyone through theatre and realize this pandemic cannot take away our love and passion for music". 

     

     
     
    GOOD LUCK AND GO STREAKS!
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  • WH in the News - Amanda Burdett receives 2020 Garden State FFA Degree

    Posted by Christina Page on 5/9/2020

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    Congratulations to Senior Amanda Burdett who will be receiving the 2020 Garden State FFA Degree, the highest FFA degree a state association can bestow on its members. GO STREAKS!

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  • WH in the News - Habitat for Humanity Fundraiser

    Posted by Christina Page on 5/8/2020

    Computer Science teacher, Daryl Detrick, working with Habitat For Humanity, developed a "win-win" fundraiser by raising money to purchase gift cards from local businesses/resturants to give to health care workers on the front line of the pandemic - Always a great day to be a Blue Streak!

    Unique Fundraiser article

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  • WH IN THE NEWS - NCWIT Aspiration Awards

    Posted by Christina Page on 5/8/2020
    NCWIT Aspiration Awards recognizes achievement by female high school students in Computer Science on both the national and state levels.   Warren Hills has been one of the top three high schools in New Jersey for NCWIT award winners over the last 6 years, comparable to schools like Bergen County Academy and High Tech High.  We have two past winners now working at Google, two at Microsoft and one at Amazon.   GirlsCodingWithGirls was started with an NCWIT grant by our first winner Adesola Sanusi (Harvard CS / Google). 
     
    This year we had 12 girls recognized, our most successful year by far.
     
    NJ state award winners ( 5 out of only 35 in NJ)
    • Nicole Kilhullen
    • Emma Mele
    • Sarah Korczukowski
    • Rachel Fitz 
    • Joyce Lin
    National certificates of distinction (5 out of only 38 from NJ)
    • Jessica Howley
    • Kayla Wheldon
    • Julia Monico
    • Ashley Watt
    • Kaitlyn Gaston
    • Nirvani Mangru
    • Jenna Weldon
    GO STREAKS!
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