A choir of students ranging from second to fifth grade sang the National Anthem before an Orlando Solar Bears hockey game at the Amway Center where the Solar Bears defeated the Atlanta Gladiators 3-1 on April 11. Hillcrest students earned second place in the regional Battle of the Books, and the winning team will be heading to the finals. According […]
District champs Congratulations to the EHS Boys Track & Field team for winning the District 6 championship. Rotary student of the month Seaira Sevison was named named EHS Rotary Student of the Month for College Park. Faculty practices yoga EHS faculty and staff have the opportunity to participate in yoga on campus each week. We’ve been fortunate to have Melissa […]
Two of Orlando Gifted Academy’s Odyssey of the Mind teams represented the school at the state competition. The third-grade team will head to the World Finals competition.
Ten digital-art students placed at the county level for video packages in the Orange County Student Media Festival. This is the school’s most wins in a single year, and all five videos will be going on to regionals.
OGA will now be 2nd through 6th grade for the 2019-2020 school year. This school year was the its inaugural year for children between 2nd through 5th grade. This addition is paving the way for the next three years to help the school serve middle school grade-levels.
LHP’s wrestling team came in first place at the 2019 Class 1A FHSAA State Championships. Five student-athletes earned individual state championships as well.
One of ACE’s own won first place in the Modern Woodman Oration Contest’s second round. She’s advancing to the third and final round. Congrats!
Students showcased their artwork at the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival. The art projects included paintings and crafts.
The Edgewater Chorus experienced the trip of a lifetime last month as they traveled to New York City to perform and get in a little sightseeing. “The best part was watching the bond among the students,” principal Mark Shanoff said.
EHS student Starr Elisala was tragically killed following a motorcycle accident March 2, 2019. Starr loved her school, her friends and especially being a part of the theater department at Edgewater. She was set to graduate this May. The Starr Elisala Memorial Fund has been set up through the Foundation for OCPS to support her family. Contributions can be made […]