CEA Class of 2020 Virtual Graduation

THIS is Conchita.  These words are her legacy.  This is why CEA is #morethanaschool. Yesterday was CEA’s Class of 2020 Graduation Ceremony. This graduation was proof that whether or not we are together physically, our community is united. The spirit and soul of CEA was felt at every moment. In this video, our graduates read excerpts from poems they…

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Congratulations to Alejandro Fernandez, CEA class of 2016!

Alejandro was admitted to Boston University on a partial scholarship for music! Alejandro began his piano studies at the Conservatory of the Arts under Maestro Marlene Urbay. Boston University School of Music is currently ranked as one of the top music schools in the country and offers a focused, conservatory-style programs as well as the opportunities of a major…

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Family Field Day

This weekend’s Family Field Day was a huge success! Thank you to all the families who came! The sense of community and love for CEA was felt all around.

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Cross Country Boys Win State!

Friday evening the Boys’ Junior Cross Country team won their 2nd state championship in four years!! Luis Moringlane and Nicolas Veloso led the team placing 6th and 12th respectively. Andres Grande, Michael Martinez and Rafael Rodriguez all finished in the top 50. On the girls’ side, Madeline Rodriguez was our first finisher. Congratulations to the Cross Country teams for…

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Student Writing

As part of the Student Council Thanksgiving assemblies, 7th graders Cristina Escardo, Elena Alvarado and Camila Fasanella wrote poems about DREAMS at CEA and presented them to the CEA student body. DREAMS classes are dance, religion, Español, art, music, and sports, and how they are thankful for the opportunity to be able to have these subjects in the curriculum.

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Medieval Festival

First Grade recently completed their unit on The Middle Ages, which culminated in a Medieval Festival and Tour of the Middle Ages at CEA. The Tour of the Middle Ages was a live museum where the students each acted out the role of different medieval persons. There were 7 stations and the parents rotated around Central Park as the…

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