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  • English Honor Society Induction:

    Sleepy Hollow High School students expressed their dedication the English language, writing and literature tonight as they were inducted into the National English Honor Society (NEHS). 84 students took an oath and participated in a candle-lighting ceremony as they promised to share their knowledge with others. SHHS Assistant Principal Anthony Baxter, a former English teacher, explained to the new inductees how many jobs and careers require a strong command of the English language and public speaking, but he also said, “You never know when a great piece of literature will revisit you.”

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  • Art Honor Society

    ART HONORS: Art allows Sleepy Hollow High School students to express emotions, escape, create and unite. Approximately 30 new members of the Art Honor Society expressed these sentiments in essays that they wrote, and they were sworn in on Monday night. The evening also highlighted the Hands for Justice project.

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  • College and Career Fair

    Sleepy Hollow High School sophomores and juniors walked through the gymnasium on April 3, filled with anticipation and some with trepidation as they learned more about possible careers and colleges. The college admissions process can be overwhelming at times, but the District’s College and Career Day provided needed answers and assurances. “I feel like this gives us many opportunities to see colleges they we haven’t heard of before and also to see those that we are interested in,” said junior Matthew Silver.

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