MPH Suzuki Students Participate in Community “Play-In”

MPH Suzuki Students Participate in Community “Play-In”

MPH Suzuki violin students Owen Reckess, Alexa Rose Battaglia,  Audrey Ko, Anya Reckess, Taeyang Reid, Adam Sana, Colin Stark, and Eddie Mirakian participated in the annual Community Suzuki Violin Play-In, held Saturday, March 31 at the First Baptist Church in Manlius.  Students from different teachers’ studios in the surrounding area came together for a morning […]

Get to know the Z Club at MPH

Get to know the Z Club at MPH

When walking through the halls at MPH, it’s not uncommon to see collection bins outside the student lounge, posters adhered to the walls, or students manning tables in the Phoenix. Likely, this is the work of Z-Club, the community service club at MPH. Sponsored by Zonta International, a worldwide service organization working to advance the […]

MPH Students Impress at Central New York Science & Engineering Fair

MPH Students Impress at Central New York Science & Engineering Fair

The 39th annual Central New York Science & Engineering Fair was held Sunday, March 25, 2018 at the SRC Arena on the Onondaga Community College campus. Students from Broome, Cayuga, Chenango, Cortland, Jefferson, Madison, Onondaga, Oswego, Tioga, and Tompkins counties participated and competed for $195,000 in cash and scholarship prizes. MPH was represented by nine […]

Winter Sports Teams Earn Recognition

Congratulations to our winter sports teams for earning recognition by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) with Scholar Athlete Team Awards. NYSPHSAA honors teams as Scholar Athletes if their average GPA for 75% of the roster is greater than or equal to 90 —  every fall team at MPH received this […]

MPH Student Artists Receive National Recognition

MPH Student Artists Receive National Recognition

Two Manlius Pebble Hill School students have received national recognition with in the 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Sophomore Andrew Benincasa and Senior Harry (Zejia) Chen both received National Silver Medals and have been identified by panels of creative professionals as two of the most talented young artists and writers in the nation. This […]

MPH and Henninger Students Hear Powerful Message

MPH and Henninger Students Hear Powerful Message

MPH was honored to welcome Deanna Axe as our special guest speaker at today’s Upper School assembly. Deanna, a mother from Camillus, lost her daughter, Morgan, to an accidental drug overdose in 2015 and has since dedicated herself to fighting the opioid epidemic. Deanna was featured in this segment on local TV news. The presentation […]

MPH Sophomore Makes State Ski Team

MPH Sophomore Makes State Ski Team

Sophomore Andrew Benincasa competed this week at the Section III High School Alpine Sectional races at Snow Ridge Resort.  He conquered the Giant Slalom (GS) race with a second place finish in the morning and tackled the Slalom (SL) race in the afternoon, where he also placed second.  He finished second overall for the Boys […]

Follow-Up Story: Jeffrey Bush competes at State level

Follow-Up Story: Jeffrey Bush competes at State level

We previously reported on senior Jeffrey Bush’s  first place victory in our district’s National Voice for Democracy audio essay contest. Since then, he has gone on to compete at the state level, where he took 3rd place. Earlier this week, Jeffrey had the honor of reading his speech to the Mattydale Veterans of Foreign Wars […]

Get to Know the MPH Modified Basketball Coach

Get to Know the MPH Modified Basketball Coach

Recently, The Daily Orange published an article about Peter Dourdas, a professional skill development trainer and well-known private basketball coach.  This year, Pete joined the MPH athletics family as our modified boy’s basketball coach.  Director of Athletics Jim Ryan states, “We are so fortunate to have Coach Dourdas working with our youngest basketball players here at […]

Another MPH Alumnus to Perform with Symphoria

Another MPH Alumnus to Perform with Symphoria

We recently reported that one of our alumnae, Lizzie (Klemperer) Walker ’05 will be performing with Symphoria in “A Night at the Oscars” on February 10, 2018.  Since that posting, we’ve learned that another one of our recent graduates will also be taking the stage that evening — S. Arthur Sicilia ’15,  a junior at […]