MPH sophomore victorious at US Orienteering Championship

MPH sophomore victorious at US Orienteering Championship

MPH sophomore Nathan Collinsworth brought home a gold medal from the US Orienteering Championships in the 2-day classic distance race this past weekend in the Hudson Valley of New York, racing in the male 16 and under age group. Orienteering is a cross-country running race in which athletes navigate using a topographic map to a […]

Another Silver Medal for Jill Walsh!

MPH Parent Jill Walsh finished the 2016 Paralympic Games with two silver medals! Her most recent victory came Friday at the T1-2 women’s road race on a challenging course. Read more about the race and results here. Congratulations, Jill! We’re so proud of you!

Jill Walsh Takes the Silver for Team USA!

MPH parent Jill Walsh is officially a silver medalist! She competed in the Cycling Road time trial T1-2 yesterday at the Paralympic Games in Rio! Team USA won an astounding 9 medals on their first day of road cycling competition. Jill will continue her Olympic journey tomorrow for the Women’s Road Race event at 12:05 […]

MPH Parent to Compete in Paralympic Games

MPH Parent to Compete in Paralympic Games

Jill Walsh, parent of MPH graduate Griffin Walsh ’15 and current senior Julia Walsh, will compete as a cyclist in the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio this week. Her first event is the Women’s Time Trials tomorrow, September 14 at 1:30 p.m. She will continue with the Women’s Road Race on Friday, September 16. Click […]

MPH Athletes Participate in 9/11 5K Race

MPH Athletes Participate in 9/11 5K Race

To commemorate the 15th anniversary of September 11, four MPH Girls’ Varsity Soccer players and one Cross Country runner participated in the DeWitt PFA 5k on Sunday, September 11, 2016. Each runner wore a picture ID in honor of one of the 343 firefighters killed on 9/11.  We were so proud to see MPH represented […]

Director of College Counseling Helps Promote College Aspirations for Students

Director of College Counseling Helps Promote College Aspirations for Students

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s office needed assistance finding the right college admission officers to speak with teens participating in the Justice’s New York City Judicial Internship Program.  They called MPH’s College Counselor, whom they knew because Mr. Cardamone’s father was a former colleague of Justice Sotomayor.  Mr. Cardamone was honored to assist.  He reached […]