SGHS students create and design a Christmas tree for the Festival of Trees

40 students in the Scotia-Glenville High School Art Club, under the direction of Stephani Dimopoulos, created and designed the decorations for a Christmas tree that will be on display at the Schenectady Festival of Trees at the YWCA/Schenectady County Historical Society, 32 Washington Avenue Schenectady, from Dec. 7 to 22. The theme was artist Keith …

“Tartan Plungers” raise nearly $9,000 for Special Olympics

Icy cold probably doesn’t even BEGIN to explain… More than 80 Scotia-Glenville High School GIVE students, staff and community members took part in the Special Olympics New York Polar Plunge at Shepard Park Beach in Lake George on November 9th. The Tartan Plungers raised $8,928 through donations for Special Olympics in their fourth year of …

S-G students participate in Foothills Athletic Summit

Varsity Club Leadership Academy members attended the annual Foothills Athletic Summit on Nov.7 at Fulton-Montgomery Community College.  The students worked on creating programs to help teach youth sports about Character, as well as, discussed ways to give back to our local communities. These students participated: Grade 12                    Josh Jeffes Jazmyne Corker Caroline Rooney Grade 11 …

Grade 6 students participate in Kindness in Chalk: An Anti-Bullying Movement

Scotia-Glenville’s grade 6 students on Tuesday showed their feelings in a very public way by using chalk to decorate the sidewalks in front of the school with their messages of hope and kindness. Many of Team Onair’s students participated in the nationwide movement called Kindness in Chalk. Schools from all over the United States decorated …

Scotia-Glenville students return to school after a restful summer break

Nearly 2,500 Scotia-Glenville students returned to school today, ready to tackle a challenging 2019-20 school year. Whether they walked, got dropped off or took the bus, students seemed ready for the challenges of the new year. Here are a few pictures from opening day at each school: Glendaal Check out more photos from Glendaal on …

Nearly 50 students help to feed 14,000 across the world

Last Saturday, nearly 50 students in the GIVE service learning program at the high school rolled up their sleeves and created meal packages that will feed 14,000 people in need across the world. The effort, through Rise Against Hunger, was the fourth time S-G students have joined the effort. “It’s not only fun with my …

RPI Ambassadors bring their love of engineering to students at the Middle School

Whether doing a hands-on lab or getting immersed in the depths of research, students at the Middle School moved outside their comfort zones on Monday. All students in grades 6-8 experienced hours of designing, hypothesizing, testing, questioning, applying their knowledge and working collaboratively thanks to six RPI Engineering Ambassadors: Parth Bhide,  senior; Louis Caponi, junior; …

Congratulations to these 13 artists who are displaying their work at the Four Freedoms display

These 13 grade 9 students will have their artwork on display at the 2019 Reimagining the Four Freedoms Student Exhibition to be held at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA from March 16 – April 14, 2019. Brett Boniewski Dominic Bonitatibus Kyle Brown Jocelyn Gerke Morgan Luke Ellie Mott Rylee O’Connor Morgan Pangione Brooklynn …

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