SRHS TV Production Wins Big In Nashville

SRHS TV production academy students in Nashville.

Students from the Seminole Ridge High School TV production academy earned honors in two events March 14-16 at the annual Student Television Network national convention in Nashville. Hawks competed among more than 3,000 students representing more than 100 of the top film and television programs nationwide.

Christina Gonzalez, Craig Inscoe and Shannon O’Sullivan won second place in the Spot Feature event, which required them to find and produce a story on an assigned topic in under six hours.

For the first time, an SRHS team broke into third place in one of the convention’s most prestigious categories, Broadcast News Magazine. Alexa Koenig and Shannon O’Sullivan produced the winning entry; Carsyn Bates and Christina Gonzalez edited it. The rest of the team included Melina Adue, Jonathan Alvarez, Chloe Barcia, Bryce Brant, Jadelyn Bruce, Austin Cates, Ana Fontecchio, Megan Froehlich, Craig Inscoe, Kevin McCarthy, Caitlin Simpson and Evan Upson.

Area High Schools Partner for College Fair — Seminole Ridge High School will partner with Palm Beach Central, Royal Palm Beach and Wellington high schools for the third annual College Fair Night at 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 19 in the Royal Palm Beach High School auditorium. Parents and junior students can learn about the college admission process, the ACT and the SAT, and the financial aid resources offered by the numerous colleges and community agencies present at the event. For more information, call (561) 753-4020.

Students of the Week — The Students of the Week program recognizes Hawks, nominated by staff, for their academic excellence, behavior and assistance with campus events. Congratulations to the Students of the Week for March 26-30: Victoria Gonzalez (grade 9), Adriel Baltazar (grade 10), Justin Surface (grade 11) and Kailey Repici (grade 12); as well as the Students of the Week for April 2-6: Jennifer Cruz (grade 9), David Michel (grade 10), Dominique Gaston (grade 11) and Shreya Patel (grade 12).