Education

Seraphic Fire helps St. Philip’s students celebrate art and science

The third, fourth, and fifth-graders of St. Philip’s Episcopal School helped to celebrate art and science through a performance with Seraphic Fire at the school’s church. Seraphic Fire is a Miami-based Grammy-winning vocal ensemble that performs nationwide.
The third, fourth, and fifth-graders of St. Philip’s Episcopal School helped to celebrate art and science through a performance with Seraphic Fire at the school’s church. Seraphic Fire is a Miami-based Grammy-winning vocal ensemble that performs nationwide. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

St. Philip’s Episcopal School

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The students of St. Philip’s Episcopal School recently celebrated art and science with the community through an art showcase of their work. Students in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade displayed their visual and animated work to show their year-long studies of artists and visual art styles worldwide. Onlookers from the school and community are pictured viewing various pieces in the school’s courtyard. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Horace Mann Middle School

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Horace Mann Middle School recently received a new computer lab donated by former NBA champion Ray Allen’s Ray of Hope Foundation. The ribbon cutting ceremony included Allen and Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho, and was followed by 26 students actively participating in an assignment using the new computers. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Broward scholarships

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The Broward League of Cities awarded $1,000 scholarships to Sierra Molina of Pompano Beach High School; Zak Myers of South Broward High School; Rina Laklahlani of Nova High School; and Joanny Vazquez of the College Academy at Broward College. These students were awarded based on their leadership skills, academic performance, and their interest in government-related careers. The winners are pictured with Greg Ross, president of Broward League of Cities; Gordan and Luann Myers, parents of Zak; Musa and Miguel Molina, parents of Sierra; Karina Vasquez, mother of Joanny; Raksha and Nilesh Laklahlani, parents of Rina; and Shelley Eichner, co-chair of the Youth Leadership Committee. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

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