MPH News Digest

MPH Students Selected for State Fair Show

August 26, 2015

The New York State Fair Art Competition will be well-represented by MPH students this year! This competition is a juried show where most pieces entered are not accepted for display in the gallery. Students, amateurs, and professionals from around the … Continue reading

Kaylee Steiner Makes All-League!

August 4, 2015

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Rising Senior, Kaylee Steiner has made headlines again! As a member of the MPH/Bishop Grimes Varsity Softball team, she has made 1st team All-League. She was also named league batting leader in home runs, triples, runs-batted-in, runs scored, and hits. … Continue reading

Mr. Zlomek Travels to Russia for Intensive Study Program

July 23, 2015


A few weeks ago, MPH Technology teacher Ryan Zlomek packed his bags and headed off to the Altai region of Russia as part of an intensive language and cultural immersion program. Hobart and William Smith Colleges received a $94,176 grant from … Continue reading

MPH Students Participate in Onondaga Lake Clean-Up Efforts

July 21, 2015

In March, many of our MPH students were awarded scholarships to participate in the Honeywell Science Week Camp. This hands-on STEM-based camp challenged students to be a part of the ongoing efforts to clean up Onondaga Lake by studying and … Continue reading

Congratulations Class of 2015!

June 9, 2015


On Sunday, June 7, with the sun  shining, 61 seniors became the 2015 graduating class of Manlius Pebble Hill School. While they will all take different paths to their future, they are each armed with confidence, talent, and character as … Continue reading

Section III Scholar Athletes Named

June 9, 2015


On June 8, 2015, Section III Athletics recognized the top senior athletes from 11 Counties and 105 School Districts. Those honored demonstrated excellence on the field and in the classroom. The Section III Scholar Athlete Award is the highest academic … Continue reading

And the Award Goes to…

June 2, 2015


It was a star-studded affair. Actors and actresses walked the red carpet in dazzling gowns, there were amazing performances, and many awards were given to recognize extraordinary talent. No, this wasn’t the Tony Awards…it was the first ever Syracuse High … Continue reading

Multi-Cultural Festival A Success!

June 1, 2015


When World History instructor Sarah Chhablani heard Jim Dunaway talk about “A World of Difference,” she wanted to build on that.  She  proposed her idea to her students, knowing that they had to get through their exams – she wanted … Continue reading

Sophie May is Youth Peace Award Recipient

May 28, 2015


Aware of economic injustices, junior Sophie May is doing something rare for many her age…she’s taking action. And on May 27th, she was recognized for her efforts.  The Nuclear Free World Committee of Syracuse Peace Council (formerly known as Peace … Continue reading

Suzuki Strings News!

May 27, 2015


Students in grades K-2 who play violin and cello are celebrating many accomplishments at the end of the year.  First, they all participated in a Points Challenge since January, accumulating hundreds of points each for days of practice, listening to music, … Continue reading


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