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PHA is delighted to share the news that junior Alyssa Wang has received the Massachusetts NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing. 10th grader Rakeb Girma and 9th grader Ellen Wang (Alyssa's younger sister!) are runners-up. The award recognizes young high school women for their computing-related achievements and interests as part of an effort to encourage more young women to choose careers in technology.
Prospect Hill Academy is pleased to officially announce that we have formed a partnership with the Boston University (BU) School of Education. Under this partnership, PHA teachers and Prospect Fellows are encouraged to enroll in BU's Master of Education program. All those who are accepted into the program receive a generous scholarship from BU to help subsidize the cost of their education. Currently seven Fellows and 11 PHA teachers are enrolled and thriving in the program.
Join us on March 26th at B/SPOKE Cycling Studios for a charity ride to benefit PHA! Registration is $35 a bike and includes an additional free spin class. Space is limited, don't forget to sign up early! REGISTER NOW
The PHA student and family handbook has been revised to include gender identity as a protected category with regard to discrimination and harassment. The updated language can be viewed on page 61.
The Upper School has some great events planned to celebrate Women's History Month, including a screening of the documentary "Girl Rising," a women's college panel, a spoken word coffeehouse, and more! Click "Read More" for more information.