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Speaking in Harmony with Torrey Maldonado (aired 12/16/2010)

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Torrey Maldonado tells the Sisters in Harmony about Granville!

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Announcements

Congratulations to Granville Academy!

Congratulations to Granville Waterbury for winning the City Service Award for Education from the Waterbury Neighborhood Council Awards Dinner! This honor would not be possible without all the volunteers and sponsors.

 

Congratulations Granville Students as 100 of Waterbury’s BEST Young People Award

Congratulations to the 100 Best in Waterbury. Especially, to our Granville Waterbury Academy students: Jhevaun, Myrania and Avery! We are very proud of them! Jhevaun is featured in this video. 100 Waterbury Best Video featuring Jhevaun An amazing spiritual young man.

 

Myrania with proud smile!

Inclement Weather Announcement

FREE 2014 Summer Bridge Program

Open House Announcements

Check out Michelle Alexander, highly acclaimed civil rights lawyer

 


Open Houses - Waterbury

WATERBURY ARTS & MAGNET SCHOOL
Saturday February 8th @ 9:30am
Tuesday February 11th @ 6:30pm
 
ROTELLA INTERDISTRICT MAGNET SCHOOL

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12th @ 10:00am

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 26th @ 6:00pm

 
MALONEY MAGNET SCHOOL

 WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 5th @ 10:00am

 WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 19th @ 6:00pm

 

 WATERBURY CAREER ACADEMY H.S.
There are presently no Open Houses scheduled for this school.  The application process and Open Houses for the 2014-2015 school year were held back in November.  They accept 9th grade applications only.   

 


Watch this video of author Michelle Alexander - A Must See

Michelle Alexander, highly acclaimed civil rights lawyer, advocate, Associate Professor of Law at Ohio State University, and author of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, delivers the 30th Annual George E. Kent Lecture, in honor of the late George E. Kent, who was one of the earliest tenured African American professors at the University of Chicago.

 

 

 

Granville Alumni LaToya M. Smith Black Enterprise Article

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Driven By Design

Young Creatives prove innovation provides a competitive edge for business

Article is courtesy of Black Enterprise.  Please visit www.blackenterprise.com/benext

OPPORTUNITIES IN THE DESIGN FIELD ARE GREATER THAN THEY MAY appear. However, aspiring designers are often discouraged from pursuing careers in the arts because of the perception that there is no money to be made. But today, more than ever, technology has extended its influence on the design world and created a variety of career opportunities that will extend into the future. Behind everything we touch and see is a designer.

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Monthly Meeting for January

[sample] Don't forget about our January meeting on the 24th at the usual location.  Mr. Mosley will be speaking as well as a special guest speaker, who we will tell you all about soon!