County Prep Student Council Opens the 2019-2020 School Year with a Successful 1st Meeting

STUDENT COUNCIL by Arianna Mejias & Lorianne Andrades Nothing says back-to-school like the start of Student Council, the forefront of County Prep’s most anticipated and well-loved events! The first Student Council meeting of the 2019-2020 school year was held on Friday, October 4th. Although we’re only a month in, the excitement was evident in...

Photography Field Trip to Princeton University Inspires County Prep Students

On October 2nd, Mr. Patten led a group of students on a Structured Learning Experience at Princeton University. His Junior and Senior Photography classes were joined by Ms. Martinez’s Audio/Visual Junior class and some students from Ms. Mulrain’s Senior Art class. The students took advantage of the university’s beautiful campus to learn about portraits,...

Emily Bowen, County Prep Senior, Awarded Claes Nobel Academic Scholarship

County Prep High School Principal Ms. Barbara Mendolla is proud to announce that 12th grader Emily Bowen has been awarded the prestigious Claes Nobel Academic Scholarship 2019. The award comes from the National Society of High School Scholars. According to NSHSS Chair, Emily’s honor “highlights her accomplishments in leadership, scholarship, and a commitment to...

County Prep Theatre Arts Students Awarded $10,000 to Attend NY Conservatory of Dramatic Arts

New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts staff attended our Dress Rehearsal of Paradise Hotel, written by Georges Feydeau, translated by Nicholas Rudall, and directed by Mrs. Raluca Shields. They were so impressed with the students’ performance, they awarded Tyla Gibson, Dynajah Smith, Robert Delmonte, Yvelisse Vargas and Arbaz Khan $10,000 scholarships each, towards their...

County Prep Seniors Visit Build-a-Bear for Culminating Activity in Early Childhood Course

County Prep seniors enrolled in Ms. Bello’s Early Childhood/Social Development course visited Build-A-Bear in Paramus Park as a culminating activity to experience the program as if they were young children. By looking through the lens of a youngster, students gained a deeper understanding of the developmentally appropriate tasks of building a bear and the...

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