KathrThe National Merit Scholarship Program was founded to identify and honor scholastically talented American youth and to encourage them to develop their abilities to the fullest. Their mission is to promote scholastic excellence and recognize students who exemplify this goal. This is a very rigorous competition. Scholarship winners are chosen based on their abilities, skills, extracurricular accomplishments, and potential for success in college and beyond.
Lyme Old Lyme High School is proud and honored to recognize and congratulate Kathryn Atkinson, Kylie Hall and Hannah Morrison for their achievement of reaching the finalist level of this scholarship program. Kathryn, Kylie and Hannah are among the top 3% of students in our nation who have achieved this goal.
WELL DONE LADIES!
Thursday night was an evening full of fun and lots of laughs! Take a look at some of the acts...
This week World Language students will be participating in AAPPL testing. These test results will determine if they have achieved Biliteracy! Please read the letter from our Director of Curriculum, Michelle Dean as well as the information card below to find out more information about the Seal of Biliteracy.
LOLHS students Teresa Allan, Anabella Arias and Madison Cann present their independent research into axolotl growth rates and feeding behavior at the 2019 PIADC High School STEM Forum
Students participate in a presentation by Electric Boat regarding the many careers at EB including a path straight from high school to employment.
FBLA hosted an economic development panel with the LOL Chamber of Commerce. Pictures with students Natalie Meyers, Megan VanSteenbergen and Haley Stevens , FBLA students are area community members, Bonnie Reemsnyder, Rich Shriver , Chamber President and Ian Neviaser, superintendent of schools for Region 18.
The New England Music Festival was established in 1927 it is one of the oldest music festivals in our country and the first conductor of this festival was John Philp Sousa. Students are adjudicated at a Solo Ensemble Festival and if they score high enough, they are chosen to participate in the Concert festival. This year’s concert festival was held at Woodstock Academy in Woodstock CT March 21-23, 2019. We are very proud of the six students chosen for this honor Kate Cheney, Nevin Joshy, Benton Arafeh-Hudson, Cameron Gagnon, Jonathan Hamilton and Haley Stevens.
By Mrs. Glorioso, Advisor
Congratulations to the Lyme / Old Lyme Science Olympiad team for their 2nd place win at the state Science Olympiad tournament!
The Lyme/Old Lyme Science Olympiad team worked relentlessly all year to earn back our title as State Champions for the Science Olympiad tournament but our incredibly talented competitors from Westport advanced to the National Tournament where they will surely represent us, and the rest of the state well.
Our resiliency, perseverance, grit, work ethic, and our immense talent have only grown from this year’s competition and we are looking forward to our next season with excitement and glory. Until then, we will be celebrating being the 2nd best team in the State of Connecticut because that is quite an impressive honor that we are all incredibly proud of! Congratulations to all the competitors! J
There are 23 different STEM events in a Science Olympiad competition and the Lyme-Old Lyme teams earned medals in 17 of the 23 events demonstrating excellence across the board. Our team brought 7 gold medals, 10 silver medals, and 7 bronze medals back to our great community.
A special thank you to Pfizer and Benchmark Wealth Management who continue to invest in their community by supporting the Lyme/Old Lyme Science Olympiad team.
The Lyme-Old Lyme team would not function without the coaches and mentors who spend so much of their time with our Olympians!
Please thank our coaches every time you see them because without them, our hearts and brains would not be as full as they are now. We are both smarter and wiser because of our coaches!
Student coaches: Audrey Berry, Ava Berry, Bella Hine, Brynn McGlinchey Connie Pan, Emily O’Brien, Gary Bocian, Kylie Hall, Maddy Maskell, Nate Ramella, Nic Roth, Rachael Larson, Regan Kaye, Ryan McTigue, and Samantha Olson
Parent and community coaches for both our Middle school and High school teams: Anne Roy, Betsy Danes, Cheryl Hayward, Darlene Grasdock, David Cassenti, Don Gonci, Ed Roy, Elizabeth Dushin, Jack Hine, John Koptonak, Liz Burhnam, Lorelei Schreiber, Mary St. Louis-Powell, Paula Gaudet, Rick Kaye, Rob Berry, Sara Mikovic, Tim Stankewicz, Tracy McGlinchey, and Wen He
Thank you to Karen Mather for keeping us well fed all season and thank you to everyone who kept contributing to our snack fund. J
Together, we are making a difference!
Kylie Hall & Mrs. Glorioso
Congratulations to our competitors!
2: Qtr 2 Progress Rpts
6: Safe Grad Mtg & Hideaway Eat Out
6: LOLPC Zoom @7
15: Winter Band Concert @ 7pm
20: Safe Grad Eat out at Sapore
20: Winter Choral Concert @ 7
21: Safe Grad Mtg
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