Seven students from Pine Crest School’s Class of 2019 received National MeritⓇ scholarships.
Pine Crest Upper School students Danna Martinez ’20 and Josh Vlessing ’20 entered the APA PsycShort Video Festival and Competition with a short film titled "Flow Theory." Twelve videos were selected as contest winners, including “Flow Theory!”
Pine Crest Upper School student Blake Kravitz ’20 will study in China for the summer through the National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) scholarship.
Pine Crest Upper School student Ilana Hutzler ’20 has been selected for a 2019 Certificate of Superior Writing given by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE).
Pine Crest Upper School student Mason Berger ’19 is the recipient of a regional high school media award.
Pine Crest Middle and Upper School Chinese language students competed at the 2019 Florida Chinese Teachers Association (FCTA) 14th Annual Florida Statewide Chinese Competition recently.
Pine Crest Upper School Social Science Teacher, Trish Everett, has been selected to serve as a member of the iCivics Educator Network and National Constitution Center Teacher Advisory Board.
Pine Crest Upper School Advanced Placement (AP) Latin students traveled to New York City recently.
Pine Crest Upper School student-journalists traveled to New York City to attend the Columbia Scholastic Press Association (CSPA) Spring Convention.
Pine Crest School’s DECA chapter competed in the Florida DECA Career Development Conference recently.
Pine Crest School’s Technology Student Association (TSA) chapter competed at the
Pine Crest Upper School students traveled to Boston to participate in the Harvard Model Congress recently.
Twelve (12) Pine Crest School seniors from the Class of 2019 have been nominated for Silver Knight Awards.
Two Pine Crest Upper School robotics teams, The Fatherboards and The Crown Joules, will advance to the Florida First Tech Challenge (FTC) state championship.
Pine Crest Upper School students Frank Belette ’20 and Giuliana Cascarano ’20 have earned first place in the
SAP Natural Disaster Challenge
for the 2018 World Series of Innovation, hosted by the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE).