Wednesday, January 23, 2013
See which Keystone Oaks students were inducted into National Honor Society this year.
The National Honor Society was established in 1921 to recognize outstanding high school students, and this month, 22 Keystone Oaks High School students joined the ranks of many before them. The students were recognized in a Jan. 16 ceremony for their achievement in scholarship, leadership, service, and character. The 2012 inductees are: Senior: Alexandra Ferrari. Juniors: Collin Azinger, Andrew Bigler, Darren Frederick, Klay Huebner, Nicholas Milkovich, Brandon Pollice. Sophomores: Joe Amadio, Kovid Bhayana, Brittany Bolla, Amber Bonnett, Brian Brosnan, Donald Daube, Amber Palmer, Emily Pelesky, Kobe Phillippi, Jessica Porter, Erica Ragan, Hannah Ranalli, Alyssa Simmons, Haley Tokich, Alaina Turocy. High School Principal, Scott Hagy said …
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
The Keystone Oaks boys basketball team lost Tuesday evening's game.
After a pair of wins over the weekend, the Keystone Oaks boys basketball team lost at home to South Fayette on Tuesday. The final score was 77-69, in what Keystone Oaks High School principal Scott Hagy called a tough, hard-fought and exciting game. Taylor Lehman was the leading point scorer for Keystone Oaks with 18 points, Jared Skolnicki had 17 points, Cory Sevacko had 13 points and Kobe Phillippi had 12 points. The next game, for both the boys and girls teams, is Friday night against Thomas Jefferson. To see more photos from the game, or submit your own photos, check out the Dormont-Brookline Patch Pics & Clips Gallery. Follow Dormont-Brookline Patch on Facebook and Twitter. For more news, sign up for our email Newsletter.
Thursday, March 15, 2012
During Wednesday's ceremony, 23 Keystone Oaks Students were inducted into National Honor Society.
Thursday, March 15, 2012
In a ceremony Wednesday night, 23 Keystone Oaks High School students were inducted into National Honor Society. Juniors: Sophomores: High school principal Scott Hagy said that this year’s strong showing by so many district students is a reflection of their work ethic and the support they receive from their families. "The National Honor Society induction ceremony is second only to graduation in its importance to our district's families," Hagy said. "It is a perfect time to honor the students for all of the hard work they have put in and to recognize their families and their commitment to their children's education." Candidates are chosen by a faculty council, and must meet requirements for scholarship, service, leadership and character in …
Monday, September 26, 2011
"No One Fights Alone" benefits to aid ailing teacher Shawn O'Donnell.
"He is just a modern-day Superman!" says Justin Fabus of Shawn O'Donnell, his former social studies teacher at Keystone Oaks High School who has cancer. "He would do anything for his students ... I know I wouldn't be where I am with my music if it were not for his help." Now Fabus has an opportunity to give back to the man who so inspired him by performing his own brand of country music with his Justin Fabus Band at a benefit concert Saturday, Oct. 1, at 7 p.m. at Michael A. Callera Auditorium at Keystone Oaks High School. Donations of $5 will be collected at the door. Proceeds will benefit the O'Donnell family. O'Donnell has been battling inoperable colon and liver cancer since last May and has been in and out of area hospitals. Although …