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Academy Spotlight Students of the Month and Assistant Principals
The Academy Spotlight Students of the Month for October were recognized during the November 4 School Committee meeting. The Assistant Principals in charge of each academy spoke about the recipients and why they were selected by their teachers. From left: student Maha Melicio and Lucy DiNatale (Business, Law & Hospitality), William Donadoni and student Angelina Mazzeo (Freshman Experience), Heather Bobb and student Ryan Vu (Health and Public Service), student Ahmad Alananzeh and Steven Black (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), and Janet O'Reilly. Ms. O'Reilly presented the Construction, Machining & Architectural Design Spotlight Award to Trey Sejour, who was at football practice and unable to attend the meeting.
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Everett High School is leading the charge in the Commonwealth by moving towards providing all students with more of the advanced skills they need to be successful, productive citizens and college career ready. we call it the Academies Pathways of Everett. Academies allow students to choose a thematic course of study, such as engineering, healthcare, law or government, and learn in a relevant, hands-on environment with  real-world application. Our students learn mathematics, science, English and social studies in the context of their academy theme.

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Everett High School is structured in an Academy model that is designed to prepare students for both college and careers. The Academies of Everett High School are five schools within the school that link students with peers, teachers, and community partners in a structured environment that fosters academic success, relationships, career preparation, and college readiness.  The Academies aim to more fully engage all students, boost achievement, leverage relationships with the business community, and provide personalized support that integrates academic and technical and professional learning through real-world application and work-based learning.