North Hills High School News
Students Win at State Science Competition
North Hills School District students won top honors at the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS) competition earlier this month at Pennsylvania State University. All four students who competed placed first or second in their categories. Juniors Maria Arlia notched a perfect score for her experiment along with many other honors. Junior Lauren Rebel was awarded $4,000 in annual scholarships for use at Penn State due to her experiment.  
Seniors Selected as National Chemistry Olympiad Finalists
North Hills High School seniors Anastasia July and Valeria Tupac-Yupanqui were two of eight finalists selected to represent the Pittsburgh section of the American Chemical Society in the United States National Chemistry Olympiad. They competed with 127 students from 21 local schools for prizes, scholarships and the opportunity to compete in the National Olympiad. 
Senior Selected for Allegheny County Diversity Award
Senior Monica Snyder has been honored as one of the first Allegheny County Human Relations Commission Diversity Award winners. Snyder received her award from Allegheny County Chief Executive Rich Fitzgerald and members of the Allegheny County Council during a special ceremony  
Join With The Polito Family from Highcliff Elementary to Fight Cystic Fibrosis
Highcliff Elementary third-graders Giovanni and Armani Polito along with their father, Frank, are dedicating the summer of 2017 to spreading awareness and raising money to find a cure for those with cystic fibrosis. They need your help! Together, they are nominating and challenging everyone to perform a talent on social media or donate to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Got Talent Challenge! Remember the ice bucket challenged? It’s the same idea, but this time you get to stay warm and dry while demonstrating your hidden talent. 
Senior Selected for Pitt’s Prestigious Nordenberg Leadership Scholars Program
North Hills High School senior Ruby Brunet has been selected for the prestigious Nordenberg Leadership Scholars Program at the University of Pittsburgh. She is one of only 10 students selected for the program from across Pennsylvania. 
Seniors Witness Consequences of Drinking and Driving as Part of SADD Program
North Hills High School seniors took part in a Mock Crash and the Every 15 Minutes Program to demonstrate the dangerous consequences of drinking while driving in advance of the Class of 2017 Prom. Organized by the high school’s Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) club, the day-long event was supported by Ross Township Police Department, West View Borough Police Department, Ross/West View EMSA, Laurel Gardens Volunteer Fire Department and Allegheny Health Network LifeFlight.  
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