Veritas Students Compete in AZ Science & Engineering Fair
From 6th-Grade Science Teacher Mrs. Andaloro:

The AZSEF awards ceremony was an exciting event. It was an honor to be in a room full of students with an obvious curiosity, wonder, and passion for science and engineering.

I am so proud of the twelve students we sent to the AZSEF. Of these students we sent, four placed in the top three for their category:
Beau Kinerk placed 3rd in Cellular and Molecular Biology
Nicolai Valenta placed 3rd in Physics
Kishan Bhatnagar placed 2nd in Mathematical Sciences
Elvie Eaton placed 2nd in Plant Sciences

Pictured above are all Veritas finalists who entered the AZ Science and Engineering Fair: Nadine Ali, Kishan Bhatnagar, Elvie Eaton, Erika Ghassemi, Beau Kinerk, Calyn Kinerk, Adam Langlois, Shea Lyon, Allison Mathis, Thomas McAndrew, Evan Reina, and Nicolai Valenta.
AzMERIT Testing Begins, Grades 6-11 Students will meet in the assigned testing room on testing days. If you have headphones, bring them to each testing session. There is no extra studying required for these tests--just plan to rest well and do your best!

Information on specific tests and samples can be found linked here.

Middle-school students are also welcome to practice with the ELA resources Mr. Dean introduced in his letter here
Helpful Tips for Parents:
Test Calendars

Did you know you can access the grade-level test calendars online, through the Veritas website? Under the "Academics" tab, choose "Test Calendar" and follow the link for your grade level. You will see the unit tests scheduled by teachers, as well as the upcoming state testing for your grade. There is also a link to the test calendars at the top of the All-School Events Calendar. Take a look and see what tests are coming up for your student!

Make your 2017 Tax Credit to Veritas Prep before you file your taxes! Tax Credits can easily be made online here: 
Thank You for your support! Questions? Please contact Sarah Marbach, Director of Academy Giving, at 602-396-0276.
Art Walk Coming Up April 4, 6 - 8 PM!

The Veritas Art Walk is an annual tradition celebrating the great work our students do in the fine arts within the Veritas curriculum. Come enjoy an evening of student art work and musical performances!

Calling ALL STUDENTS to submit artwork ASAP

All students who are currently in MUSIC classes, we need your artwork from last semester! Also, students who were in Art classes during the second semester last year as well as the Summer Painting Studio, WE NEED YOUR ARTWORK! Submit artwork to Rm 106, 108
Find Your Summer Class: Click Below!
The summer class schedule this year includes:
  • Incoming 6th-Grade Academic Camp
  • Enrichment in Art and Spanish
  • Online Practice Opportunities
  • Credit Courses

Click the banner below for catalog and registration! 

2018-2019 School-Year Information

Book and Supply Lists: Click Here
Academic Calendar: Click Here  
Veritas Prep partners with EduKit to provide a convenient option; a portion of proceeds from the EduKits go to support Veritas Prep. 
Senior Thesis Defenses Continue

Seniors discuss their thesis papers with a panel of faculty, including their advisors. Lively discussion, followed by Q&A with visitors. Come see the culmination of a Veritas education! Click for a schedule of defenses. 
8th-9th-Grade Beowulf Reading, April 5, 4:00 PM

A biannual Veritas tradition continues: the full reading-aloud of the Old-English epic poem Beowulf by our 8th-and 9th-grade students and faculty. Gathered round a fire-pit emblazoned with images and runes from the poem, students and teachers take turns reading through the entire poem aloud from beginning to end (with dinner in the middle). 8th-9th-grade only.
Register here, no later than March 30
Click here for the full calendar of academic and social events.
Angulus Discipulorum:  
Students' Corner
Mrs. Gubler's Science Class Dissects Sea Stars 
Veritas Seniors Garner Scholarships

Congratulations to these seniors on their accomplishments!
Jack Culbertson is selected as an ASU Leadership Scholar
Congratulations to Jack Culbertson for being selected for the ASU Leadership Scholarship Program!   
Each year, 25 exceptional student leaders are chosen to participate in LSP, a four-year program that offers students the opportunity to learn and grow as leaders while giving back to the greater community. Students also receive a four-year scholarship. These future leaders enroll in leadership classes; have access to mentors; join and assume leadership roles in student organizations at the university; participate in annual service projects and learn more about civic responsibility; and make long-lasting connections with peers, faculty members, staff and LSP alumni. 
Anna Espinoza is named a Flinn Scholar
Congratulations to Anna Espinoza for being selected as a Flinn Scholar!  As a Flinn Scholar, Anna receives a scholarship covering full tuition, room and board, and fees at her choice of ASU, NAU or U of A, honors college programming, funding for two study abroad experiences, funding for a Flinn Scholars Internship, mentorship from Arizona and global leaders and a wide variety of intellectual, cultural and social activities developed exclusively for Flinn Scholars.   

Please congratulate these students when you see them
College Counseling
Great Hearts 2018 Summer College Tour:
June 3-7
Boston, Massachusetts
Cost $1776

Base cost if one student and parent did the trip on their own = $3,118
Purchase includes: airfare, transportation around Boston, hotel accommodations, all meals, campus tours & info sessions, and cultural excursions & entertainment.

A link to the Configio Payment Portal will be sent via e-mail. Space is limited!
***Open Only to Great Hearts Rising Juniors & Seniors***
A selection of the following schools will be visited:
Boston College
Boston University
Brandeis University
Clark University
College of the Holy Cross
Emmanuel College
Harvard University
Massachusetts College of Art & Design
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Northeastern University
Simmons College
Tufts University
Wheelock College
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
For questions, contact tour coordinator Laney Smith at lsmith@northphoenixprep.orgĂ‚   
Practical Wisdom & Proper Presentation
April 19 & 20 - 3:00-4:30pm

The Prosper Foundation is offering strategic career advice and providing practical writing and public speaking guidance for high school students as they navigate college admissions. Students will gain valuable interpersonal skills through fun and interactive role playing exercises, as well as work one-on-one to build strong personal resumes. 
The course is led by communications lecturer Kristy Kyl Gavin who has a background in television production, corporate recruiting and consulting.
For more details open this two page flyer 

Cost is $100 for the two day program. For any questions and to register via email  Contact Prosper Foundation
Like us on Facebook