Archive for 'Class Acts'
By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Middle-school performing arts students at A.D. Henderson University School in Boca Raton have had a few downright unique “assignments” lately — helping their teacher, singer-songwriter Rhea Francani, decide which [...]
By Greg Carannante City & Shore HOME Issue During a school year reshaped by the pandemic, the word “homeroom” has had a literal meaning for many American students. Actually, that’s been the case for most of [...]
By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine “A person’s mind, stretched by new ideas and unseen academic potential, may never return to its original dimensions.” So says college advisor Dr. Pierre Michel, and that’s one reason [...]
By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine There’s been a lot cooking in high schools since the days when boys took shop and girls took home ec. “When my mom took her home economics courses in [...]
By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine As Paul D. Ott entered Cardinal Gibbons as a freshman in 1962, how could he have known the Catholic high school in Fort Lauderdale would become his calling? After [...]
By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine Founded in 1961 as an all-boys boarding school, Saint Andrew’s School now also boasts a large day program on a vibrant 81-acre co-ed campus in Boca Raton that serves [...]
By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine American Heritage School recently added a couple more distinctions to its distinguished profile. Two of its students have been selected as 2019 Coca-Cola Scholar finalists and 11 others are [...]