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  • Electron Microscope At Washington Irving

    Fifth-graders at Washington Irving observed the world in a whole new way when Sleepy Hollow High School students showed them how to use an Electron Microscope. Hitachi loaned the device to the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns and after Jason Choi’s AP Chemistry students became familiar with it, they shared their knowledge with the younger students.

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  • Graduation Rehearsal and Senior PIcnic

    Graduation Rehearsal is on Thursday, 6/27/19 and will begin promptly at 10:00. Caps and gowns, tickets (if needed), instructions and last minute changes will be distributed and explained during practice. It is important that every senior is present for rehearsal – be sure to arrange your schedule to be there.

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  • Rotary Club Awards

    The Tarrytown Rotary Club honored Sleepy Hollow High School seniors who stand out among others and represent the ideal of the organization awarding them scholarships. Each of the students received a certificate during the Academic Award presentations and on June 12, they attended a special luncheon hosted by the Rotary Club at J.P. Doyles.

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  • Sleepy Hollow High School Academic Awards

    Join us in recognizing our Sleepy Hollow High School students for their achievements.

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  • Hitachi Inspires STEM Education Program: Electron Microscope

    Students in Jason Choi’s AP Chemistry class discovered minute details as they looked at objects in an electron microscope. The device is on loan from Hitachi and on June 6, three members from the Tarrytown office, Yushi Akiyama, Vivek Gupta, and Ravi Gavarasana, observed as the students learned how the microscope Hitachi developed, worked.

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  • Science Research Competition

    Twenty-three Sleepy Hollow High School Science Research sophomores participated in their first science research competition at Somers High School on June 1. Congratulations to all of our students for their hard work!

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