As part of the Sandy Hook Promise organization, thousands of schools and youth organizations nationwide participate each September in “Start With Hello Week,” a national call-to-action week dedicated to making new social connections and creating a sense of belonging among youth. Cold Spring Harbor is proud to be a part of this movement that wants to create a culture of kindness and belonging.
Not many people have the chance to meet one of only seven living artists featured in the Louvre. And how many can actually say they stood and painted beside him? That is exactly what our students in AP art experienced the morning of September 18th as we welcomed world renowned Artist Domingo Zapata to speak to grades 10-12.
Officials of the National Merit Scholarship Program have selected six students at Cold Spring Harbor High School as 2024 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists: Saami Ali, Hannah Stark, Charles Wood, Kathleen Engel, Alexander Grosh and Amber Zhou. This prestigious honor is awarded to students who show exceptional academic ability and potential for success in rigorous college studies.
Congratulations to senior Toni Nemazi who has earned the prestigious recognition of being named a Long Island Scholar-Artist for the 2023-2024 School Year by the LI Arts Alliance. Each year, the Alliance sponsors a Scholar-Artist Award program which recognizes students judged to be "the best of the best" on Long Island in both academics and in the arts. As a recognized scholar-artist Toni’s photo and profile will be featured in Newsday during the month of April 2024.
What happens when the art teacher finds a roll of paper textured like water? She begins to think, “What could bridge summer fun and the opening of a new school year for our students?” Hence, this beautiful creation by Art Department Chairperson, Christine Oswald. She explained that a wide selection of important contributors to a student’s education became the focus of the chosen portraiture.
As everyone is gearing up for the anticipation of this Saturday’s Remembrance Bowl event at Locust Valley High School (the first ever played on U.S. soil!), CSH is engaging in pre-game ceremonies to teach students the significance of this occasion. Students in grades 9-12 gathered in the PAC Thursday afternoon for a very special presentation hosted by the Patton Foundation and Operation Democracy.
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM GHPTG Welcome Back Picnic
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM GHPTG Welcome Back Picnic (Rain Date)
9:30 AM WSSPTG Meeting