A small group of St. Anthony High School (SAHS) students became certified scuba divers earlier this month as part of a new ocean science class that offered the opportunity for the first time in the school’s 98-year history.
“With $120,000 in funding from very generous foundations, [we were able] to create a beautifully designed, completely renovated, functional space with technology at the core of the initiative,” said SAHS Development Director Gina Mascaro.
Seven St. Anthony High School students have signed national letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the collegiate level, the high school announced Friday.
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