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Open Houses Spark Interest in Class of 2023

Open Houses Spark Interest in Class of 2023

Sarah Yang

January 30, 2019

Just after DMAE opened its doors to its own students last September, it opened its doors to potential applicants to The [email protected] at open houses held in October, and this year’s open houses featured new presentations. Students and parents who attended the Open Houses on October 11, 17 and 30, 201...

The Future of the Liberty School

The Future of the Liberty School

Katie Sudol

January 30, 2019

The Northern New Jersey Community Foundation organized a public forum on the future of the Liberty School. This event took place on November 7, 2018, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. in the Dwight Morrow High School Auditorium.. The purpose of the meeting was to get public opinions from the residents of Englewood...

The Lesson of One and the Inspiration of Many

The Lesson of One and the Inspiration of Many

Courtnie Beckford

January 30, 2019

On Dec. 18, 2018, Arel Moodie, an energetic motivational speaker, came to DMAE to tell his story and to offer advice to the Senior Class. Mr. Moodie gave students a view into the lowest point in his life, which happened to be during high school, and then he related how that circumstance fueled his fu...

Promoting World Peace

Promoting World Peace

Arianne Garcia

January 30, 2019

Is the Peace Corps right for you? On Monday, Nov. 5, 2018, the ZONE held a Peace Corps presentation in the library to inform students of DMAE about the government organization. Yessenia Gonzales, a Peace Corps member and DMAE alumni, told students about her experience as a volunteer. “If I had...

DMAE Alumni Share Their Success

Devin Kim

January 30, 2019

It was a day of reunions and excitement when a group of DMAE alumni gathered in the Common Area on Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2018, to share their varied college experiences after high school. These former students presented during the lunch periods so anyone would be able to attend. “I really enjoyed...

“Red Ribbon” Drug Awareness

Tenzin Dhasel

November 29, 2018

In the last week of October, Oct. 23-31, 2018, the DMAE campus held a second annual Red Ribbon Week, a drug awareness program that seeks to inform students about the lethal effects of drugs and alcohol, especially narcotics. Red Ribbon Week is a national campaign that originated as a small grassroots, no...

ZONE Gives Respect

Krisna Panchal

November 29, 2018

In the halls of DMAE, respect is something everyone cares about. Respect, however, does not have one definition. It involves knowing yourself and understanding cultural diversity. To call attention to the importance of respect, the ZONE, DMAE’s youth services program operated by the Bergen Family C...

Career Week: A Career Jumpstart for Seniors

Courtnie Beckford

October 31, 2018

During the week of October 9, 2018, the DMAE guidance department hosted a Career Week to give students a chance to think about their futures. People who are professionals in their careers came to DMAE to talk about their profession and their personal experiences. Employees or student interns who work for...

College Mania Kicks Off

Godsy Philips and Seleena Jacob

October 31, 2018

DMAE held its annual College Kick Off from September 17-21, 2018. Through this program, students learned more about possible plans for their future after high school. The week-long event was coordinated by the school’s Guidance Department and Kate Drumgoole, lead counselor. According to Ms. Drum...

2018 Senior Internship Expo

2018 Senior Internship Expo

Rachel Oh

June 20, 2018

Note: All photos are courtesy of Reggie Buggs, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center mentor.   The Senior Experience 2018 proved to be a successful and rewarding program, exposing members of the senior class to the responsibilities of being a part of the workforce. Each year as the program co...

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