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Conversations that Connect: Social Media 101
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January 10, 2019
Mr. Phillip Little, Educational Outreach Specialist from the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office, will provide an overview of the social media young people are using today and share tips on how to help children navigate it safely and responsibly. The media is replete with stories about kids experiencing harassment, bullying, and predatory targeting in the cyber […]

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Zen Center of Pittsburgh in Bell Acres
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December 21, 2018
Zen Center of Pittsburgh   The Zen Center of Pittsburgh is a Soto Zen Buddhist Temple and community center founded in 1999. The Zen Center serves the community by offering regular services, daily meditation and monthly and annual Zen meditation intensive retreats, as well as yoga and tai chi and periodic workshops and seminars. We […]

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CEOs and founders of Shyft and VSC Consulting visited Sewickley Academy
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December 14, 2018
On Friday, Dec. 14, 2018, Alex Alpert, CEO and co-founder of Shyft, and Vijay Chattha, CEO and founder of VSC Consulting, who both graduated from Sewickley Academy in 1995, spoke to Senior School students in the Academy’s AP Economics and Entrepreneurial classes about entrepreneurship, start-ups and investing in California’s Silicon Valley. The alums shared tips […]

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Sewickley Academy junior is ranked top in nation in congressional debate
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December 10, 2018
Congratulations to Sewickley Academy junior Luke Tyson who is now ranked number one in the nation after placing second at a national debate tournament at Princeton University the first weekend in December! Luke competes in a community for Congressional Debaters called The CONGRESS (Congressional Overview of National and Global Ratings, Events, and Speech System) Index. According […]

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Roundtable discussion: Southwest Pennsylvania African-Americans in the Civil War
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December 8, 2018
The Western PA Civil War Roundtable presents an evening with Karen Fisher Younger discussing the topic of Southwest Pennsylvania African-Americans in the Civil War What: The Western PA Civil War Roundtable Monthly meeting Date: Dec. 12, 2018 Time: 7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. Where: Edgeworth Elementary School at 200 Meadow Lane, Edgeworth, Pennsylvania 15143 Title: LECTURE: Southwest Pennsylvania […]

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QVHS Drama Club performs “Clue:on stage”
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November 23, 2018
Quaker Valley High School’s Drama Club is in their third year and is preparing to perform this winter’s production. On December 6, 7, 8, and 9, the group of about 30 9th-12th graders will perform Clue:on stage. The show is a comedic murder mystery based off of the classic Parker Brothers board game. It will […]

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Quaker Valley students honor veterans
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November 13, 2018
Quaker Valley students at Edgeworth and Osborne elementary schools honored veterans on Friday, Nov. 9, 2018. Students performed songs, read letters, and recognized all branches of the military. Thank you to all of our veterans!

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Lecture: The Battle of Averasboro w/ Mark Smith
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November 10, 2018
When it comes to the study of the events of spring 1865, most Civil War historians focus on the imminent demise of Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia. However, for both Lee and Grant, it was the inexorable advance of Sherman’s western army up through the Carolinas that dictated their final moves. The Battle of Averasboro, […]

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Sewickley Academy graduate to have gallery debut
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October 22, 2018
Clarita Scioscia, wife of long time Sewickley family and Sewickley Academy graduate John Scioscia, will have her gallery debut Nov. 2. It’s a free event, please come and support it.  

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‘Christians in the Mirror’ documentary has local ties
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October 22, 2018
The Pittsburgh premiere of a documentary profiling the plight of persecuted believers has a local connection. The missionary work of Sudanese Anglican priest, the Rev. John Chol Daau, is featured in the film. One of the “lost boys of Sudan,” he was a student at Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge a decade ago. John […]

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