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Msgr. Thomas Preston Chapter of the National Honors Society Spring 2020 Sophomore & Junior Inductees

March 30, 2020

Congratulations to the new inductees of the Monsignor Thomas Preston Chapter of the National Honors Society!

Class of 2021 Inductees:

Leandra Archibald
Destiny Arias
Taylor Bell
Kailey Blowe
Raisa Brissett
Ashlee Colquhoun
Nicolette Dinino
Samantha DiTomasso
Jaileen Espinal
Brianna Giuliano
Gjoana Gjoni
Sophia Herrera
Olivia Iodice
Jessica Kibler
Trisha Lauchman
Julia McCann
Taylor McPartland
Valentina Menta
Amanda Pjetrushi
Alyssa Santini
Kaitlyn Sattaur
Rebecca Sullivan
Alexis Troiano
Victoria Villani

Class of 2022 Inductees:

Beulah Ackah
Peyton Burrell
Guadalupe Cataldo
Bianca Correa
Kayleigh Crowe
Angelina Curran
Priscilla Del Toro
Sarah Dilchand
Jessica Dineen
Dritjona Dule
Celeste Fernandez
Samantha Forese
Julia Gjoni
Brianna Hall
Jade Haney
Francesca Hegarty
Tu-Nhi Kim
Nora Krasniqi
Madison Langguth
Erika Livica
Miranda Loughery
Yulissa Luciano
Adelina Makovic
Demitria Mantzaris
Alexis Marrero
Frances Morales
Star Moroch
Angelica Munoz
Kalia Noble
Natalie Polanco
Cecelia Porter
Michaela Pozzuto
Sara Quinn
Marilin Rodriguez
Kiara Rosas
Ema Sahmanovic
Suhida Sarwar
Annabel Savarese
Victoria Sawak-Rai
Lauren Scerbo
Megan Siegmund
Jasmine Suin
Madelyn Tartaglia
Francelys Tavarez
Kayla Vanterpool
Isabella Vento
Shania Walters
Aime Zelaya



Msgr. Thomas Preston Chapter of the National Honors Society Fall 2019 Senior Inductees

December 17, 2019
NHS Fall 2019 Senior Inductees

Congratulations to the newly inducted Class of 2020 members of the Monsignor Thomas Preston Chapter of the National Honors Society!

NHS Leadership Team [Front Row]

NHS Fall 2019 Senior Inductees [Back Row]

Continental Army invades Preston

October 22, 2019
By Historical Panther

The AP United States History class used the Continental Army Diversity trunks provided by the American Revolution Institute to explore the various roles Americans played in the Revolution.  Groups created a character and a back story for their assigned person, and one student dressed up and presented that person’s story. 

Characters included Continental Army soldiers, a militia man, a sailor, and a camp follower.


you are more than meets the I

October 05, 2019

We polled the student body asking them to complete the sentence “you are…” with an adjective that made them feel good about themselves and compiled a total list of 125.

The students then decorated this mirror with those words so that, like filters on smartphone photos, viewers will always see different adjectives alongside their reflection providing a positive affirmation: you are more than just your appearance.

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