Ariana embraces The Muse, and her passion for the theater and the visual arts grows each year – and so does her significant talent and ambitious vision. In the PCD Player's productions, she's been Tatania, Frenchie, Leia, and the Queen, and has created memorably beautiful paintings. Passion, talent, and discipline: it is hard to beat that combination. Her many hours in the art studio are pure joy for her, and she is more committed to her artwork than ever before. She also acted as an encouraging mentor to younger thespians throughout the year. Ariana began her PCD journey in 10th grade because she saw the experience of her brother, Eli, who graduated last year. For her senior project, Ariana worked at Tiverton Elementary School. She will attend Maine College of Art.
Beginning with the 2019-2020 academic year, high performing students can be awarded up to $18,000 in scholarships for academic, artistic, and community-minded achievements.
Buxton is one of six men to be honored with the Lifetime Service Award for his leadership, example, and dedication to the sport.
The WPRI morning show featured a segment on PCD's Compass Program and how it helps students find the right college.
Middlers created their own board games based on their summer reading assignment: "Hoot" by Carl Hiassen.
Girls Varsity Volleyball beat the Blue Wave of Hope High School 3-1 last night, as captured by The Providence Journal.