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January 17, 2013 by Staff Report | No Comments

St. Helen Preschool in Newbury will hold an annual open house for fall registration 2013 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Jan.…

Preschool Open House

St. Helen Preschool in Newbury will hold an annual open house for fall registration 2013 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Jan. 27. Parents and children can view the classroom and meet with the staff.

The preschool offers developmentally appropriate programs for children ages 3-5.

For more information, or for a personal in-class visit, contact Joanna Fear, preschool director, at 440-564-7125. The preschool is located at 12060 Kinsman Road.

Good News For 8th-Graders

St. Helen School is Newbury Township received the results of the Developmental Aptitude Test (DAT) that sixteen of their eighth-graders took at Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin this past November. Ten of the 16 St. Helen students who were tested scored in the 90th percentile or above. These ten were among 300 students across Lake, Geauga and other counties who took the test in order to qualify for four-year academic and leadership based scholarships at NDCL.

Students scoring in the top ten overall are Distinguished Scholars while those students scoring in the top 10 percent qualify for the Leadership Impact Award. St. Helen School had three Distinguished Scholars. Molly Goergen and Daniel Takacs were at the top, scoring in the 99th percentile. Both Molly and Daniel have attended St. Helen School since preschool.

Nina Schulz scored in the 98th percentile and qualified along with Molly and Daniel for $4,000 per year at NDCL. Billy Martin, Anna Pallante and Connor Miken scored between the 90th and 96th percentile and qualified for the Leadership Impact Award and $2,500 per year at NDCL.

St. Helen School attributes the success of its students with a solid curriculum and a faith-based message that motivates students to reach their full potential. Students, parents and teachers work together to give students the opportunity to reach for the stars and strive to do their best. The faculty and staff of St. Helen School believe that “with God all things are possible” and that diligent, hard work pays in high dividends.

Contact Sister Christin Alfieri, principal of St. Helen School, at 440-564-7125 for more information regarding St. Helen School and for an opportunity to see its classrooms in action.

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