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NEWS & EVENTS from Archbishop Stepinac High School


Archbishop Stepinac High School has inducted 34 academically high achieving students from throughout Westchester and the Bronx into the Honors Academy, the first-of-its-kind, three-year personalized learning program in the region.

Starting in September 2017, the group of sophomore-year students will pursue advanced studies in either engineering, health and science, economics and finance, or law.

Stepinac’s Honors Academy was launched a year ago with 44 students who in September will begin their second year of intensive exploration in their chosen disciplines.

To qualify for acceptance into the Honors Academy, students in their freshmen year need a cumulative average of 90% or higher and are required to apply with the knowledge and support of their parents. Each student is assigned a faculty mentor.

Paul Carty, Principal, said: “Our Honors Academy is designed to help foster the development of skills that the honors students will need to become globally competitive at the college level and beyond.”

Frank Portanova, Vice Principal for Curriculum and Academic Studies, noted that Stepinac’s Honors Academy better prepares students for their chosen college major as the curriculum framework design is based on undergraduate core courses in the chosen concentrations. “Students will develop and use complex algorithms to explore the major theories and principles associated with each discipline,” adding: “A primary goal is to empower students to see the relationship between their academy studies and their application to the real world.”

The program will culminate in the senior year with an internship and a final capstone research project and presentation that will be judged by a panel of faculty members and outside professionals in the fields that correlate with the respective academy.

Carty said that the Honors Academy is the latest initiative that has earned Stepinac as a leader in curriculum innovation. “It follows on the heels of the ground-breaking personalized blended learning platform including the first-of-it-kind all digital text book library that has been recognized by educators across the nation and around the world,” he explained.

Below are the new 34 Honors Academy members who will start their first year of advanced studies in the 2017-2018 school year:

Zach Barnes, Thornwood
Kasim Clarke, Bronx
Francisco Ferrisi, Larchmont
John Howard, Yonkers
Michael Tartaglia, Mohegan Lake
Michael Bellido, White Plains

Jesse Ahearn, White Plains
Jonathan Basdeo, Bronx
Emmet Loughran, Yonkers
Raymond Moniz, III, Yonkers
Justin Rasche-Hotetz, White Plains

Anthony Abraham, Yonkers
Stephen Buckley, White Plains
Jordan Crichow, White Plains
Oluwatosin Gbotosho, White Plains
Matthew Guadagnolo, White Plains
Joshin Johnkutty, White Plains
Omar Loayza, White Plains
Stephen Magliocchino, Thornwood
Nicholas Morillo, Mt. Vernon
Nelson Pichardo, Yonkers
Matthew Powers, Bronx
Mychal Riccio, Harrison
Ethan Tieng, Port Chester
Joel Ythier, White Plans

Daniel Cregin, Yonkers
Moeen Ahmed, Wingdale
Maxwell Erb, Ossining
Matthew Halas, White Plains
Patrick Hehir, Bronx
William Henderson, Katonah
Quentin McCauley, Manhattan
Marcus Tiratsuyan, Bronx
Eli Rosenshine, Pleasantville

Below are the Honors Academy inaugural group’s 44 members who will continue in their second year of advanced studies in the 2017-2018 school year:

David Batchie, Elmsford
Alex Brenlla, Yonkers
Michael Ciffone, Tarrytown
Ryan Dass, Yonkers
Ryan Howard, Yorktown Heights
Thomas Silver, Hastings
Shane Saunders, Thornwood

Malak Abbassi, Yonkers
Ted Akuffo, Bronx
Matthew Alamon, Yonkers
Patrick Austin, White Plains
Gregory Bejnart, Scarsdale
Andre Braga, White Plains
Mario Colon, Yonkers
Nolan DeFreitas, Peekskill
Anthony Goncalves, Yonkers
Nate Henderson, Katonah
Matthew Kelly, White Plains
Antony Makaj, Yonkers
Brian McElligott, Yonkers
Patrick O’Mara, Pleasantville
Adam Power, Yonkers
Tyler Saponara, Yonkers

Peter Astriab, Yonkers
James Donovan, Bronx
Jordan Faulkner, Peekskill
Thomas Mueller, Yonkers
Thomas Minafra, Thornwood
Rilind Rugova, Bronx
Michael Schwarz, White Plains
William Tancredi, Bronx

Jonathan Alviar, Yonkers
Aidan Benjamin, White Plains
Micahel Cally, Rye Brook
Angelo Ejli, Bronx
Colin Sharkey, Yonkers
Steven Vukaj, Yonkers


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