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Burbank, CA Administration Mr. Joe Sciuto, Head of School Mrs. Ernest Siy, Dean of Students Ms. Kerry Martin, Dean of Studies. Stuart Posin, Vice Chair Sr. Pam Corradi Mr. Benedict Coulter Mr. Libby Ghekiere Mrs. Denise Gutches Sr. Mary Hawkins, SP Rev. Francis Mendoza Mrs. Erica Menke Mrs. Stacy Smithers Mr. Stephen Swofford Mrs. Anne Zwart Sr. Knowles providencehigh. Photo credits: Thank you again to all of you for your continuous support of Providence High School.
Check in at our public website frequently — www. You are always welcome! This edition of Pioneer Connections will highlight the innovative education that our young Pioneers receive here at Providence High School. Our students are engaged in our school community, and they are active in our greater Los Angeles community and beyond through our outstanding Christian Service Program and our extra-curricular programs. Thank you for your support of the Providence Fund, and I look forward to seeing you around campus.
Have a wonderful summer! As people of Providence, we are all Mission-Inspired members of this wonderful community. Our Mission is strong, and our students become better people as they grow as leaders and as people.
We give more leadership opportunities to our students than most other schools. As we do so, we will not only find. While at Pepperdine, he played Division I basketball for the Waves and averaged 25 minutes and 9. He played 15 games during the —98 NBA season, averaging 2. Coach Westphal recently finished his second year as the head coach at Moorpark High School. The program that he took over finished the season with a record and last place in league, but in his first season his Moorpark team finished and in second place in the very competitive Marmonte League.
Coach Westphal is known as a very positive coach and leader of youth. He is excited to join a faith-based community and his love for the game and his basketball mind will bring a winning spirit.
A cast of 61 students, rehearsing over the span of three months, and a crew of another half dozen put an incredible amount of time, energy and heart into this production…and it showed! The musical played to six sold-out audiences and, for the first time ever, our students had the privilege of presenting an on-campus field trip show for neighboring feeder schools!
Robert Bellarmine, St. Francis Xavier, and St. The theatre was abuzz with excitement and our students could not stop talking about how impactful it was to act as ambassadors for our school and Performing Arts program. It is a regional competition run by the renowned Nederlander group and based at the Pantages Theatre. Adjudicators attended the performances and provided critique on a number of categories, both technical and performance-based.
In our first year participating in this event, Providence received two nominations and one win, walking away with the Jerry Herman Award for Best Scenic Design! We were up against 35 other productions from 32 different schools, most of which have much larger budgets and far more advanced facilities than our little theatre If only we had a legitimate stateof-the-art space They took part in a weekend full of auditions and rehearsals and were fantastic as they performed in the opening and closing numbers of the entire show.
Though our crew did not win the Best Technical Crew category for which they were nominated, they represented us well and still had the recognition of a job well done among a sea of other schools. It was an all-around wonderful experience for our students and a thrill to have our little corner by the freeway share some big-time spotlight in the high school arts scene.
We plan to make this competition a mainstay for years to come and look forward to bringing home more trophies! Combining characters and locations from over 15 of the legendary Dr. As always, thank you so much for your continued support and dedication to the arts and our students.
Four students presented an application that helps diagnose sports injuries. Another student presented a theme park proposal for her final product, while another student showed a highlight reel of a wedding video she filmed. Each student spent at least 30 hours on their projects. One student went all the way to the Philippines and took part in a medical mission for his fieldwork.
Another student created a mock crime scene on campus for other Providence students to analyze. Other fields of interest included physical therapy, fashion design, marketing, game programming, film production, nursing, dentistry, epidemiology, business, and education.
Leaving the comforts and familiarity of high school can be daunting, especially as these recent graduates embark on their college lives, but the Senior Project Program is a step closer to helping them discover who they want to be. Being a relatively young practitioner, he has truly inspired me that a student his age can be the future of pharmacy and he has been an absolute pleasure to work with. I will continue to work with him through his years of college, especially if pharmacy is what he wants to pursue.
It reminded me how important it is to teach our young hires and mold them properly. He will continue to grow and mature as a great asset and positive influence in the community.
I would welcome working with Brian in the future. The Senior Projects Program is in need of mentors for the incoming senior class. Pamatmat providencehigh. This is the 23rd year for the project and as usual, the classes rose to the challenge.
Students formed engineering cells and then drafted formal engineering proposals complete with operational designs, financial plans, and work assignments. They then set about designing and building model rockets that would meet the proposed goals.
Some chose to build multi-staged rockets such as NASA used for the moon shots, others chose to design multi-engine clusters, while others worked on boosted gliders and attempts at breaking the sound barrier. After weeks of blood, sweat, and more than a few tears, they traveled out before dawn to El Mirage Dry Lake Recreation area just north of Lake Los Angeles to flight test their designs.
Providence was among 38 teams participating in the six-county, 5, square-mile service area, which includes Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego and Ventura counties. The Solar Cup is a year long program in which students build, equip and race foot, single-seat boats powered only by the sun.
Each team constructs a foot boat outfitted with a solarcollection panel. The teams compete in endurance races around a 1.
The boats compete in meter sprint races powered by solar energy stored in batteries. Amid screams of joy, wows of wonderment, and some oohs related to CATOs catastrophic failures in rocket jargon , a whole lot of practical learning took place.
Every student out there was amazed that they were able to do what they did. Making the day especially enjoyable was that we were joined by a regionally recognized team of girls from Notre Dame Academy and their teacher Dr.
Kathy Griffis. The NDA girls had just returned from the national T. It was pretty amazing. It just goes to show you how much technology has evolved. Pioneer Connections. The Pioneers finished in second place and qualified for playoffs.
The team traveled four hours to Big Pine High School in the first round and won in commanding fashion. The team then played host to number one-ranked Rolling Hills Prep.
The Pioneers showed their pride on the field and battled until the last out. The Pioneers earned an exciting extra-innings walk off win in the first round against St. Providence then hosted defending champion Flintridge Prep.
The Pioneers fought hard but were defeated Providence Singers concluded their competition season with a performance at the Glendale A Cappella Festival on May 21st. PHS was the only private Catholic high school represented at the event. Genevieve for their first round match. The Pioneers earned a five game win that ended in a dominating victory over the Valiants. Providence hosted Damien High School in the second round.
The Pioneers battled for every point but came up short and lost in three games to the eventual CIF champions. It was another successful season for the golf program. The golf team earned a third place finish in league. Eddie qualified for CIF and traveled to Camarillo for the first round of playoffs, where he finished three over par at Las Posas Country Club but did not qualify for the second round.