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Vincenzino received the Career and Technology Education Outstanding Student of the Year Award on Thursday, Feb. 16.

Vincenzino Receives CTE Award for Passion in Early Education and Care

Kerri Huang, News editor March 3, 2023

Senior Jenna Vincenzino, a Major 3 student in Early Education and Care, received the Career and Technical Education Outstanding Student of the Year Award during the CTE Awards Ceremony b-block Thursday,...

Senior Jenna Vincenzino (photo courtesy of Vincenzino)

Vincenzino awarded Italian studies scholarship

Esha Bhawalkar, News editor November 4, 2022

During Italian Heritage Night Tuesday, Oct. 3, senior Jenna Vincenzino was awarded the Joseph J. Albanese scholarship by the Italian Consulate of Boston for her Italian studies.  “This is a really...

Spring Awards night honors athletes

Spring Awards night honors athletes

The Newtonite June 3, 2014

by MacKenzie Silvia Spring Athletic Awards Night honored the achievements of this school's student-athletes May 27 in the auditorium. Principal Jennifer Price praised each spring team for making it into...

Junior Kavish Gandhi advances to finals of Siemens Competition

The Newtonite November 7, 2013
Junior Kavish Gandhi is in the regional finals of the Siemens Competition which awards scholarships of up to $100,000 for talent in science, math and technology in high schools throughout the nation. The Siemens Competition receives approximately 2,000 research project submissions each year, 60 of which are chosen to continue to the regional competition.

Senior Niki Lew wins Career & Vocational Technical Education Student of the Year

Max Kozlov February 17, 2013
Senior Niki Lew recently won Student of the Year, a career and technical education award.

Vanessa Battista wins car through Keys to Success

The Newtonite May 11, 2012
by Samantha Libraty Today, junior Vanessa Battista won a used car through Honda Village Automotive Group’s Keys to Success program at this school. Fifty students, who were nominated for Keys to Success throughout the year, were randomly chosen as finalists.

Students qualify as National Merit semi-finalists

The Newtonite October 13, 2011
by Ryan Condon Students who earned high marks on the PSAT have qualified as semi-finalists for the National Merit Scholarship and are now applying to become finalists, said assistant principal Deborah Holman. If students become finalists, they qualify for one of many awards and scholarships sponsored by colleges, corporate sponsors and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation’s own funds, according to the National Merit website.
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