Whats Happening at POASD
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Student enrollments take place at the Administration Offices located at 200 Short Street, Philipsburg, PA 16866.
An enrollment packet can be picked up at our office. Please see the June, July, and August calendars for the summer days and hours of operation. If you have any questions, please call at 342-5985 or email Shelly Maurer at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Philipsburg-Osceola Drama Club Earns 3 Isaac's Regional Theatre Awards
Last Sunday, the Altoona Community Theatre hosted the 11th annual Isaac's Regional Theatre Awards Ceremony. Thirteen schools participated including our own Philipsburg-Osceola High School Drama Club, State College, Altoona, Central Cambria, Bishop Carroll, Bald Eagle, Bellefonte, Bedford, Forest Hills, West Branch, Bishop Guifoyle, Great Commission, and Holidaysburg. Thousands of dollars in scholarships were presented to the winning schools' students.
PO had 4 nominations for their recent production of Disney Little Mermaid including: Emily Kizina as Ursula for Best Featured Actor or actress; Cameron Hynd for Achievement in Design for costumes; Merissa Martin and McKenzie Moore for Achievement in Choreography; Ariel's Sisters for Best Ensemble. PO's Cameron Hynd won first place for Achievement in Design for costumes and won a $1,000 scholarship, and Ariel's Sisters: Hannah Chorle, Gillian Letson, Mollie Maguire, McKenzie Moore, Makenzie Myers, & Lara Sharpless won first runner up for Best Ensemble. Nolan Hite, a PO 4th grader, landed a Rising Star Award for his portrayal of Flounder. Michael Shimmel was recognized as PO's MVP. It was a wonderful night of appreciation and recognition of the region's students and schools' arts' programs.
The Philipsburg-Osceola Area High School has recently been ranked the 67th best high school in the state of Pennsylvania by the U.S. News and World Report. This ranking designates the high school as a Silver School. The full profile and rankings can found by clicking the logo above.