MPH Student to Attend the Adirondack Youth Climate Summit

For the sixth year in a row, members of the Green Avengers will attend the Adirondack Youth Climate Summit at The Wild Center in Tupper Lake November 7-8. This event, now in its tenth year, will bring together 180 high school and college students along with teachers and faculty from 30 schools across Northern New […]

MPH to Host Discussion Panel on Kids and Anxiety

MPH to Host Discussion Panel on Kids and Anxiety

On November 15, Manlius Pebble Hill School will present a free discussion event for parents and educators entitled, “Kids, Anxiety, and What We Can Do.” Joining us will be expert panelists Kevin M. Antshel, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology and Clinical Psychology Program Director at Syracuse University; Tanya Gesek, Ph.D., Psychologist and faculty at SUNY Upstate […]

MPH is Composting!

This year, Manlius Pebble Hill School has joined OCRRA’s award-winning food scraps composting program. Composting reduces waste, increases recycling, and reinforces an important environmental lesson for your child each day. This student-led initiative stems from much research and several attempts by the school’s “Green Avengers” environmental club to get this program up and running. Recent […]

Recent MPH graduate volunteers to Help young adults with spina bifida

Recent alumna Maggie SextonDwyer ’18 is featured in this video, published by Syracuse.com.  Maggie was very active in community service as a student and we are so proud to see her continuing her efforts to better our community. She is an inspiration to us all. Great work, Maggie! View article and video here.  

Summer Student Spotlight: Charlie Mann ’19

Summer Student Spotlight: Charlie Mann ’19

Rising senior Charlie Mann was thrilled when Science Department Chair Sue Foster told him about an opportunity to work with Professor Ruth Yanai at ESF this summer.  He’s been working in her lab a couple days a week and is currently at Bartlett Experimental Forest in New Hampshire with some of her team members doing […]

AP® School Scholar Roster Announced

College Board recently announced its scholar roster and we are pleased to report that Manlius Pebble Hill students did exceptionally well! Here’s a breakdown of the AP Exams at MPH. Ninety-seven students took 214 exams, which accounts for 45% of tenth – twelfth grade students. In tenth grade, 42% of our students took 15 exams […]

MPH Plans for Spring Break 2019 China Trip

MPH Plans for Spring Break 2019 China Trip

Over Spring Break in 2017, twenty MPH Upper Schoolers embarked on adventure of a lifetime, introducing them to a new culture and new experiences in China.  World Language Instructor Wei Gao led the excursion, which had a lasting impact on the students. The experience was so positive, in fact, that Wei has decided to lead […]

Manlius Pebble Hill School Golfer Wins Invitational

Manlius Pebble Hill School Golfer Wins Invitational

Johnny Gruninger, a freshman at Manlius Pebble Hill School, was a standout at last weekend’s Mike Heib Memorial Tournament hosted by Corning Country Club. The invitational tournament featured 96 of the best high school golfers in New York State. Johnny shot a 69, which was 1 under par, to win the overall competition by 3 […]

Suzuki Students Complete 100 Day Challenge

Suzuki Students Complete 100 Day Challenge

During January, several Suzuki students in Lower School elected to try the 100-day practice challenge.  During this challenge, students practiced 100 days in a row without missing a single day!  It is a pleasure to report that the first group of students in PreK-2nd grade has finished this challenge.  Congratulations to Anya Reckess, Adam Sana, […]

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 […]