Breaking News From China!

Breaking News From China!

The MPHMUN Team has just been named “Best International Delegation” in Beijing, China!  In addition, there were many individual awards presented to MPH students for Best Delegate, Outstanding Delegate, and Honorable mention. More details will be posted when the team returns. Congratulations, delegates!  

Sixth Graders Take the STEM Fair on the Road!

MPH Science Department Chair Sue Foster partnered with Marva Cook at The Nottingham to offer a unique opportunity for our sixth grade students. The Nottingham, just a few miles from MPH, is a senior living community offering both independent and enriched living accommodations. On March 23, prior to the STEM Fair, sixth graders will pack […]

MPH MUN Team Arrives in China

MPH MUN Team Arrives in China

Eighteen Manlius Pebble Hill School students landed in Beijing, China yesterday for the Harvard Model United Nations Conference being held March 16-19, 2017. Now in its eighth year, the event is overseen by Harvard University students and brings together more than 1,000 high school students from around the world to research and debate complex issues […]

MPH Students Win Writing Awards

MPH Students Win Writing Awards

The Syracuse Federation of Women’s Clubs recently sponsored  a writing contest for local students in all grades. The goal of the contest was to provide an outlet for students to express themselves freely, reflecting on their personal experiences to gain inspiration for their writing. Both short stories and poetry submissions were accepted in age categories […]

GSA Welcomes Guest Author

GSA Welcomes Guest Author

The Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) at Manlius Pebble Hill School has invited Alex Myers, to speak to at school assemblies to Middle and Upper School students on March 15. Alex is the author of the historical fiction novel, Revolutionary, based on the life of his ancestor, Deborah Sampson, who disguised herself as a male during […]

How an MPH Spanish Teacher and her Class Went Above and Beyond

How an MPH Spanish Teacher and her Class Went Above and Beyond

In October, 2016, a young dancer named Alejandro Cobas immigrated from Cuba to the United States to make a better life for his family. Recruited at age eight to the Nation School of Ballet in Cuba, Alejandro came to the U.S. in search of a professional dancing position, which he found at Syracuse City Ballet. […]

Foreign Language Week at MPH

MPH will be celebrating Foreign Language Week March 6-9.  The National Honor Society and the Foreign Language department are excited to team up and showcase what makes learning a foreign language fun! Here are some of the events planned: Monday: The festivities begin with a performance from Concert Chorale during Upper School Assembly, and plans […]

MPH Celebrates Black History Month

MPH Celebrates Black History Month

Community Wide Dialogue and the senior class have been working together throughout February to celebrate Black History Month. Events and performances are taking place daily, including: Music, videos, presentations, or live performances every day in the Phoenix Student Center Story telling Lower School with the senior class Presentation on Elizabeth Keckly to 4th and 5th Grade […]

MPH Students Participate in Community-Wide Suzuki Concert

MPH Students Participate in Community-Wide Suzuki Concert

MPH Suzuki teacher Beth Scott and MPH parent and Suzuki teacher Heidi Kovarik participated in the annual community-wide Suzuki concert last Saturday.  This event was a fundraiser for the summer music camp scholarship administered by CNYAMT (Central NY Assoc. of Music Teachers).  MPH Suzuki students who performed at this concert were:  Alexa Rose Battaglia, Owen […]

MPH Senior Wins CNY Young & Amazing Award

MPH Senior Wins CNY Young & Amazing Award

It’s no secret to those of us in the MPH community that Senior Nick Jerge is pretty amazing, but now, he’s been officially recognized! At an awards ceremony at the Civic Center on February 9th, Nick was the recipient of the CNY Young & Amazing Award in the Academics, Liberal Arts category.  Sponsored by Syracuse […]