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Great News!

Leonia School Ranked Among Top 50 Best In New Jersey

A new ranking by U.S. News and World Report has ranked 23 of New Jersey's schools among the 500 best in the U.S.

Topping off the list at No. 1 in the state and No. 22 in the country is Monmouth County's High Technology High School.

Other Bergen County schools in the top 50 in New Jersey are:

  • 24: Ridgewood High School

  • 28: Bergenfield  

  • 30: Leonia High School

  • 32: Mahwah High School

  • 38: Ramsey High School

  • 39: Bergen Arts and Sciences Charter School, Garfield

We have set graduation: 

Leonia High School
Thursday, June 21st at 6:00pm
LHS gymnasium 

ACS Grade Five
Friday, June 22nd at 10:00 am
LHS gymnasium  

Leonia Middle School
Friday, June 22nd at 6:00 pm
LHS gymnasium
(Leonia Middle School Concert – 5:30 pm)

Bye Bye Birdie

 Bye Bye Birdie: A-Cast

(5 April 2018)  https://youtu.be/xzrp4_rNeHo

Bye Bye Birdie (B-Cast)

(6 April 2018)  https://youtu.be/t4Dk2014TnQ

   

Directed and Choreographed by Brooke Moore
Co-Directed by Seth Feldman
Musical direction by Michael Holak 
Music by Charles Strouse 
Lyrics by Lee Adams 
Book by Michael Stewart
Originally developed by Edward Padula and Gower Champion

 

GOOD NEWS

 

Molly Lawrence and Taylor Molina were honored by The University of Rochester’s High School Awards Program. 

Molly received the Susan B. Anthony & Frederick Douglass Award for her ‘commitment to addressing difficult social issues as well as dedication to community action.’

Taylor garnered the George Eastman Young Leaders Award described as a student with ‘extensive involvement in extracurricular activities.’ She is presently the Vice President for the State DECA program.

Both young women are enrolled in Advanced Placement courses in the humanities and will be competing in the national DECA Tournament this April.

 

MBLA Economics/Finances Majors in NYC

A group of the MBLA Economics majors participated in the Maiden Lane division of the Federal Reserve Challenge in downtown Manhattan. After a performance driven by clever creative direction, hard work and exceptional critical thinking skills, they were able to absorb some of the history of the Federal Reserve in its 11st floor museum, as well as the Financial District's finest sights and sounds. While we await the judges results, here are some pictures that show the wonderful experience, the first of many, of the MBLA Economics/Finance majors of Leonia High School at the Fed Challenge!