Heritage competed and, in true Heritage fashion, won the Award of Excellence for their delegation for the second year in a row.
With a tight victory against our own B team in the final round, the Science Bowl A team won first place at the regional tournament while the B team came in a close second.
Students in both junior and senior high travelled to Pompano Beach High School Friday, Feb. 26 for the annual Broward History Fair.
The six hour day, beginning at 9 a.m., presented a mix of singing, acting and dance performances, pottery, paintings and photography exhibitions as well as club tables, games and raffles.
Students had to meet certain grade qualifications, service hours, prerequisites and other requirements to be invited into the prestigious clubs.
AHS students in the NAHS are not just putting on a fresh coat of paint, they are improving the community and giving back to fellow students here in the neighboring area.
With senior class rings, students can remember their high school experience even when they are 40 years old.
The Feb. 22 assembly celebrated Black History month, and recognized the hurdles people of color still have to overcome before we achieve an equal society.
All three students will speak at graduation, May 21, at the Don Taft University Center at Nova Southeastern University.
Reminiscing about eating breakfast at Lil’ Dizzy’s on her way to work at Isidore Newman School in New Orleans, Ashley Hendricks, the newest member to the Heritage team, explained her favorite memories of living in the city.