Ms. Laura Newman, Assistant Principal
Mr. Thomas Bazos, Assistant Principal
Mr. Scott Fitzgerald, Director of Athletics
NASSP Breaking Ranks School Showcase
On February 19th, 2015 Kearsarge Regional High
School had the honor of being one of twenty High Performing High Schools from
across the United States to present at the National Association of Secondary
School Principal’s (NASSP) Ignite ’15 Breaking Ranks School Showcase located in San Diego, California. The team of
presenters consisted on Lisa Cicoria, a
KRHS English Teacher, Christopher Geraghty, a KRHS Social Studies Teacher,
Kelsie Dalton, Class of 2015, and Emily Kelly, Class of 2015. The organization responsible for selecting schools for the Breaking
Ranks School Showcase was the Center for
Secondary School Redesign, Inc. (CSSR) and Kearsarge was selected to present at
this prestigious national conference at no cost to the KRSD due to the school’s
systematic shift of implementing a student-centered curriculum with an emphasis
on performance based assessments.
NHADA / NHIAA Scholar-Athlete
Award Ceremony 2015
High School Finalist for World Wide High School/
College Photography Contest
Melynda Seaholm has been
selected as a finalist in a World Wide High School / College photography
contest that she entered at the beginning of January.
of 17,000 applicants, she was narrowed down to one of 1,900 finalist
that will have their photo published in Photographer"s Forum Book: Best of College & High School Photography of 2015.
Congratulations Alex Bartholomew!
Alex will be honored for his submission of the composition Shadow Waltz by the Eastern Division of the National
Association for Music Education (NAfME). A panel of composers and music educators adjudicated
the compositions and Alex was one of thirteen chosen to perform at
the Young Composer Concert at the Eastern Division Conference on Friday, April 10, 2015 in Providence, Rhode Island.
Penn Model Congress
For four days, a group of KRHS students along with other students from across the nation gathered at Penn to
confront the most challenging domestic and foreign issues that face
"Each year, Penn Model Congress staff honor well-performing delegates
with conference awards, acknowledging superior debaters in committees,
full sessions, and special programs. Committee chairs look for delegates
who are well-versed in parliamentary procedure, who are willing to
speak on issues that may be outside their comfort zone, and who provide
clear, precise, and well-constructed arguments."
Congratulations Natalie Baker
for receiving Honorable Mention during Full Session!