Students and teachers at more than 65 Catholic elementary schools, high schools, schools of special education and private schools will highlight academics and fine arts during the spring “Showcase of Excellence,” which will be held at six locations in the Philadelphia Archdiocese.
Below are photos from the showcase at SS. John Neumann and Maria Goretti High School, Philadelphia, on March 28. See the participating schools, and the locations, dates and list of participating schools for other showcases in our complete listing here. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
Artwork from St. Peter the Apostle School’s students is proudly displayed.
Students from St. Peter the Apostle School built functioning energy-efficient home models.
Abigail Gillespie from Our Lady of Hope Regional Catholic School, Philadelphia, explains her project on a book she read for school. (Sarah Webb)
Students from St. Mary Interparochial School show off their robotics projects at an event in 2017. (Sarah Webb)
St. Monica School’s Vy Trinh-Nguyen, in sixth grade, fills the hall with music at the March 28 Showcase of Excellence at SS. Neumann and Goretti High School in South Philadelphia.
From left, Ryan Hewitt, the senior class vice president at SS. Neumann and Goretti High School, emcees the Showcase of Excellence on March 28.
Our Lady of Hope Regional School’s Tyler Carr portrays Frederick Douglas.
Our Lady of Hope’s Nicholas Merchandante speaks as Abraham Lincoln.
Our Lady of Hope fourth graders (from left) Abigail Carrozza, Mia Trolli and Ava Marro represent Saints Abigail, Katherine Drexel and Gianna Molla.
Kindergarten students (from left) Nicholas Cazabal, Robert Donahue and Christopher Shultz from Our Lady of Hope Regional School use sign language to perform a song during the Showcase of Excellence.
Students from St. Peter the Apostle School made water bottle figures in honor of Black History Month.