2008 Alumna to host short film premier at MPH

2008 Alumna to host short film premier at MPH

Katia Koziara ’08 will be hosting the Syracuse premiere of her short film The Bracket Theory on Saturday, December 23 in the Coville Theater at MPH. The schedule is as follows: 4:00 p.m. – doors open 4:30 p.m. – screening begins 4:50 – 5:30 p.m. – reception The Bracket Theory, which she wrote, directed, and produced […]

MPH Girls Soccer Team continues their work with Project Smiles

MPH Girls Soccer Team continues their work with Project Smiles

Since 2010, the MPH Girls Varsity Soccer Team, led by Coach Pat Bentley Hoke, has partnered with Projecto Sonrisas, (Project Smiles) to help children in need in Colombia. Soccer is the connection between MPH and this worthy cause, as its founder, Oscar Vergara, runs the Maxwell Park Summer Soccer League in which MPH participates annually. […]

MPH Senior wins first place

MPH senior Jeffrey Bush recently entered a national audio-essay competition for the VFW Voice for Democracy Contest. He was required to submit a democratic and patriotic-themed recorded essay on this year’s theme, “American History – Our Hope for the Future.”  His entry won first place in our New York State VFW district and he is […]

MPH students to perform in area music festivals

Congratulations to seniors Marina Cousins and William Kovarik, who both were selected to perform in the Senior High Area-All State Orchestra concert. Their acceptance into this highly selective group was based on their NYSSMA scores from last May. The concert will be held on February 13 at Ithaca High School. Marina Cousins and Talia Braverman […]

MPHMUN returns from Montreal conference successful

MPHMUN returns from Montreal conference successful

The MPH Model United Nations team traveled to Montreal, Quebec last week to participate in Secondary Schools’ United Nations Symposium (SSUNS) Model United Nations conference, sponsored by McGill University. Over 1,500 students were in attendance for this debate conference.  The MPHMUN team performed spectacularly well, garnering 6 major awards! MUN Director Sarah Chhablani states, “This […]

MPH grad lands Vogue photo shoot…the Pebble magazine tells the story!

When not publishing the the MPH student magazine, the staff of the Pebble stay busy writing stories for their website, https://thepebblemag.com/ . Their most recent post is a feature on Amina Gingold, a 2016 MPH graduate who is in her sophomore year at School of Visual Arts in New York City. Read the story, written by […]

MPH student magazine wins record number of awards

MPH student magazine wins record number of awards

The staff of the Pebble, MPH’s student news magazine, won 45 state awards at the Empire State School Press Association (ESSPA) Conference at Syracuse University on November 3, including several of ESSPA’s top awards. The Pebble was one of seven publications to win Gold/All New York, ESSPA’s most prestigious award, for best all-around publication. The […]

Orthopedic Trauma Surgeon visits 7th grade

Dr. Tina Maxian, mother of 7th grader Kari, visited MPH today to share her work as an Orthopedic Trauma Surgeon with the 7th grade class. She brought in several samples of implants, model bones, and x-rays. Dr. Maxian walked the students through her process of becoming a surgeon and shared several examples of fractures she […]

MPH student artists think ‘inside the box’

MPH student artists think ‘inside the box’

The “Experiment Effect” is alive and well at MPH! Inspired by the MIT cardboard boat races, Mrs. Henderson’s Intro to Design students designed boats from just cardboard and duct tape…and they had to be designed to hold and a person while floating. Trial and error was the key to success in this project!  Students learned […]

First and Second Grade Students Enjoy Eclipse Party

First and Second Grade Students Enjoy Eclipse Party

Several MPH first and second grade students joined together yesterday for the Eclipse party at Syracuse University. The S.U. Physics department hosted a discussion and information session, the live feed from NASA was streamed, and the students were able to view the eclipse in the quad. And of course, what’s an Eclipse party without a […]