MPH News Digest

Sophomore is Orienteering Champion

August 8, 2016


MPH sophomore Nathan Collinsworth took 1st place at the Canadian Orienteering Championships in both the middle and long distance races this past weekend in Canmore, Alberta, in the male 16 and under age group.  He followed this up with a … Continue reading

Recent Grad to Perform Senior Recital

July 18, 2016

Kathryn Kovarik, MPH Class of 2016 will perform her Senior Recital on Monday, July 25 at 7:00 p.m. at the Pebble Hill Presbyterian Church. A program of violin music from the 19th and early 20th centuries, inspired by folk tunes … Continue reading

MPH Freshman Enjoys Soccer Victory

July 7, 2016


Simon Hoke, a longtime member of the Syracuse Development Academy (NY-W) recently traveled to West Virginia with his team to compete in the Region I Soccer Championships (Region I is CT, DE, ME, MD, MA, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, … Continue reading

MPH 3rd and 4th Graders Featured on WSTM

July 6, 2016

Last week, MPH 3rd and fourth grade students were featured in a new segment on WSTM, Channel 3 called “Making the Grade.” Students demonstrated the arcade games they created out of cardboard as part of their “WE STEAM” project.  This … Continue reading

Recent Graduate makes 1st Team for Third Year in a Row!

June 21, 2016


KayLee Steiner ’16 has made first team All-League in softball for the third year in a row. Voted team MVP for the combined Bishop Grimes/Manlius Pebble Hill team, she was also awarded first team, Section III. It was announced at … Continue reading

MPH Student Will Participate in The World Food Prize New York Youth Institute at Cornell

June 20, 2016

Annie Weiss ’17, working with her teacher Victoria Seager has prepared a research paper about a global issue concerning hunger and poverty. Her paper, reviewed and evaluated by The World Food Prize Board of Reviewers at Cornell University, was chosen … Continue reading

Lydia Kelly Wins “Outstanding Actress”

June 6, 2016


MPH Junior Lydia Kelly won the “Outstanding Actress in a Leading Role” for her portrayal of Officer Lockstock in the Upper School production of “Urinetown” at the Second annual High School Theatre Awards at the Landmark Theatre Saturday evening. Twenty-five … Continue reading

Suzuki Students Take on Challenge

June 3, 2016

Taeyang Reid

MPH Suzuki students recently celebrated the completion of their “100 Days of Practice” challenge.  This was 100 days IN A ROW!  They were encouraged to be creative about how to practice even if they were sick, away on vacation without … Continue reading

MPH Rising Featured in the Post Standard

May 31, 2016

MPH Rising button for homepage

Head of School Jim Dunaway was recently interviewed by Post Standard reporter Elizabeth Doran. The story, “MPH is back: $5M building project to start,” ran in yesterday’s newspaper.  The article can be found here.  

Two Students at Golf State Qualifiers Today!

May 26, 2016


The MPH Boys Varsity Golf Team has enjoyed an exceptional season, going undefeated and winning  both the League and Sectionals. Today, two members of the team, Senior Bryce Church and seventh grader Johnny Gruninger will compete in the State Qualifiers … Continue reading