Borruso, O’Riordan Commit to College Athletics

Borruso, O’Riordan Commit to College Athletics

Tappan Zee High School varsity athletes Kaitlyn Borruso and Tadhg O’Riordan signed official college commitment letters during a ceremony in the school gym last week. Borruso will play softball for Colgate University, where she plans to major in biology and minor in mathematics. Her TZ experience has prepared her for college athletics, she said. “It’s […]

TZHS ANNOUNCES VALEDICTORIAN AND SALUTATORIAN

TZHS ANNOUNCES VALEDICTORIAN AND SALUTATORIAN

On May 15, Tappan Zee High School Principal Jennifer Amos formally announced that Samuel Gould is the Class of 2017 valedictorian and David Lustigis salutatorian.   A National Merit Scholarship winner, Gould has served as captain of the tennis and soccer teams, president of Model UN and Academic League, and editor-in-chief of Tapress, while excelling in the […]

GOULD NAMED NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP WINNER

GOULD NAMED NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP WINNER

Tappan Zee High School announced Sam Gould as a 2017 winner of a $2,500 National Merit Scholarship. In order to advance in the competition and be considered for a Merit Scholarship Award, a semifinalist had to become a Finalist by fulfilling several requirements that included submitting a detailed scholarship application and presenting a record of very […]

MORNING MUSIC CLUB ANNOUNCES SCHOLARSHIPS

MORNING MUSIC CLUB ANNOUNCES SCHOLARSHIPS

Morning Music Club’s 66th Scholarship Recital proudly recognizes three talented Rockland County High School Seniors in this popular, free evening recital on May 23, 2017 (7:30 p.m.) at Nauraushaun Presbyterian Church, 51 Sickletown Rd. Pearl River. A festive reception will follow. The winners are: $2,000 Award – Matt Krane, jazz piano, Suffern High School, $1,500 Award-  Samantha Donato, upright bass, Suffern High School, […]

DON’T TEXT AND DRIVE MESSAGE PROMOTED BY AT&T AND DAVID CARLUCCI

DON’T TEXT AND DRIVE MESSAGE PROMOTED BY AT&T AND DAVID CARLUCCI

Approximately 250 students attended the “It Can Wait” assembly held at Tappan Zee High School in Orangeburg on Friday, May 17. NY State Senator David Carlucci, Sgt. James Sullivan from Orangetown Police Department, AT&T and other community members were also in attendance. A moving documentary, “Last Text,” was shown which recounts stories from family members […]

TZHS ART STUDENTS PLACE WELL IN POSTER COMPETITION

TZHS art students won five awards, including two first place prizes, in the Center for Safety and Change (formerly Rockland Family Shelter) 10th Annual Ending Violence Against Women & Girls Art Poster Competition. Two of the poster designs tied for first place, and a generous decision was made to award them both equally, with each […]