The Academy of the Holy Angels released its first Epiphany Concert video on January 6. Members of the public are invited to enjoy the concert, which AHA President Melinda Hanlon described as “a beautiful and collaborative effort.”
Starting in September 2021, young women in Grades 6, 7, and 8 will prep for success at the Academy of the Holy Angels Middle School. The middle school, which renews AHA’s tradition of educating young girls, will be located on the first floor of Kelleher Hall.
Varsity tennis player Brooke Hess has been named First Team All-State and First Team All-Non-Public. Hess, who resides in Cedar Grove, is a member of the Class of 2022 at the Academy of the Holy Angels.
Master Gardener Jane Egan recently shared her extensive knowledge of composting with the Green Action Team from the Academy of the Holy Angels. Egan manages two Passaic County community gardens and heads local composting and sustainability initiatives as a leader of her hometown’s Green Team.
Chemistry students at the Academy of the Holy Angels will be tracking their acid/base titration experiments in real-time thanks to a $1,000 STEM grant from Orange & Rockland Utilities. Chemistry teacher Sharon Jureller wrote the successful grant proposal, which will cover the cost of pH meters and computer interfaces.
When choosing a school, online research is valuable, but in-person tours are invaluable. With this in mind, the Academy of the Holy Angels Admissions Team has added an on-campus tour option for Wednesday, October 28. Please note: Tours of the 25-acre campus at 315 Hillside Avenue in Demarest will be offered to students who now attend eighth grade.
Demarest, NJ: Academy of the Angels seniors who demonstrate excellence in social studies and service to others have been accepted to the Alice Paul Chapter of the Rho Kappa National History Honor Society. Thirty-three Angels were honored at the induction ceremony, which was held November 12.