This page is intended to recognize Seneca Valley Senior High School students for their exemplary academic efforts, community service, citizenship, athletics, volunteer service, etc.February 2015
The Seneca Valley Mock Trail Team defeated Neshannock High School in the second round of the Butler County Mock Trail Competition and advanced to the finals. Alex Miller was awarded “Best Advocate” and Liz Milton was awarded “Best Witness”
Left to Right: Maura Razanauskas, Liz Milton, Maddie Sloat, Aurelie Gallagher, Alex Miller, Mr. Dale Wagner, Christina Dadey
January 2015Kelsie McElroy, a junior at Seneca Valley, was recently awarded with the NCWIT (National Center for Women & Information Technology) Award for Aspirations in Computing. She was recognized for her computing-related aspirations and for her demonstrated, outstanding aptitude and interest in information technology and computing; solid leadership ability; good academic history; and her plans for post-secondary education. She was one of only 350 out of almost 2,500 young women across the country selected as a runner-up for the National Award!
The Seneca Valley Mock Trail Team defeated Butler High School in the first round of the Butler County Mock Trail Competition. Aurelie Gallagher was awarded “Best Advocate” and Sydney Ziatek was awarded “Best Witness”
Left to Right: Valerie Jordan, Aurelie Gallagher, Matyson Zeckzer, Sean Yanez, Maresa Vacarella, and Dale WagnerTen SV art works will be going to NYC for the National Scholastic Art Awards Competition. Here are some of the Regional Winners; L-R
Brendan Kennelty, Sara Goncz, Abbie Smith, Ali Campbell, Rebecca Moser, Nicole Berner, Callee McCosby, Taylor Askey, Eric Chatterjee, Nicole Walters, Whitney Kaltenbaugh, Shannon Uram, Rachel Moore, Sam Foss, Briana Thompson
photo by J.NagleDecember 2014The Seneca Valley Senior High School competed in the Westinghouse Contraption Competition on December 12th at the Carnegie Science Center. The Senceca Valley Team won the “Most Mechenical Award” and finish First Place amoung the 34 high schools that competed from the tri-state area.
Pictured below is: Andrew Lingenfelter, Tanner Quiggle, Emerson Maloney, Kobie Rankin, and Mike Palaski. (Not Shown) Adam Johanknecht – He was unable to attend because he was competing at the State Honors Band that day!November 2014
The following students at tended the Rotary World Affairs Conference at the Heinz History Center on November 19th..
(First Row left to right) Christina Dadey, Lauren Agnello, Siona Sharma, Teresa Leatherow, Aurelie Gallagher, Joao Andrade
(Second Row left to right) Tucker McKee, Mrs. Mary Vandergrift (Zeile Rotary), Mr. Tom Grant Zelie Rotary), Emily Kessel, Mr. Dale WagnerOctober 2014
October Student of the Month – Tyler Sheehy
“Tyler is an absolutely wonderful and outgoing student. He goes above and beyond both in and out of the classroom. Tyler is an active participant in all classroom discussions and activities while engaging with his peers. He makes every effort to include all students.” -nominating teacher, Katie Smolter
The following students we recently at National Choir.David Osorno, Lance Hahn, Ellie Lahm, Hayley Hoss, Lauren Ottaviani.