The SPHS Debate Team traveled with sponsor Ms. Broughton to Lakewood Ranch High School in November 2017 and then in December 2017 to Newsome High School. They competed well in both events and brought home the following trophies and awards. (more…)
Ansley Burtch, IB sophomore, was one of six Pinellas County students to win the Sonya and Irwin Miller Scholarship Award of Excellence in the Pinellas County High School Exhibit at the 45th Annual Temple Beth-El Art Festival in January 2018. (more…)
The Sunshine State Scholars Program recognizes the state’s highest-achieving eleventh grade STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) scholars from each district.
After receiving nominations from schools, a committee selected four Pinellas students including SPHS IB student Benjamin Ly. (more…)
Based on the 2017-2018 National History Day “Conflict and Compromise” theme, students across the nation researched subjects with a local, national, or world history impact. St. Pete High IB sophomores participated in this competition as well as Victor Xie, the only freshman, and school and county awards are listed below. (more…)
Lydia Silverstone, IB sophomore, has been honored for her exemplary volunteer service with a President’s Volunteer Service Award granted by the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards Program.
This award recognizes Americans of all ages who have volunteered significant amounts of their time to serve their communities and their country.
Pictured from left to right:
- IB Co-Valedictorians Eli Rust and Chelsea Rosen
- IB Coordinator Susan Farias, and
- IB Co-Salutatorians Julia McKay and Rena Upadhyay
IB sophomore Vivienne Dumas, a student of 2D Art Teacher Brianne Gates, won a National Gold Scholastic Art Award for her drawing of Florida Girls . The reception will be June 7 in New York City at Carnegie Hall!
In addition, the work of 12 SPHS students was accepted and received awards in this year’s county-level Scholastic Arts Show. (more…)
Congratulations to the students who participated in the Pinellas County Schools Model United Nations Conference on Friday, March 16 at the St. Petersburg College Clearwater Campus. Twenty-eight IB students in grades 9 to 11, participated.
Students represented countries as delegates in various committees with the purpose of solving global issues. Their day was spent presenting and debating their country’s position and working together to pass resolutions concerning their committee’s issue. (more…)
Congratulations to Ansley Burtch, a sophomore in Mrs. Torres’ Spanish class.
Ansley submitted a drawing to the Annual Poster Competition of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP), and her work was selected to represent the Florida Chapter in the National Poster Competition. (more…)
On Friday April 20, the SPHS Speech and Debate Team competed in The Great Debate competition. It is sponsored by the Clearwater Bar Association and students argue in real courtrooms, in front of real attorneys and judges, and receive feedback on their performances.
We have held the trophy for four years in a row. (more…)