CAPAA Art student, Theodore Brown, recently competed and won 2nd place in the Congressional Art Competition sponsored by Congressman Matt Cartwright. The contest is open to students in Luzerne, Lackawanna, Wayne, Pike and Monroe Counties. Theodore was honored at an awards ceremony at the Everhart Museum in Scranton and his woodcut titled "Queen of Cats" will hand in Congressman Cartwright's office for the year. Congratulations Theodore!
Posted Wednesday, May 18, 2022
WBASD will be offering a free Summer Program for K-8 students beginning on July 11, 2022 through August 4, 2022. Click here to register your child for this program.
Posted Tuesday, May 17, 2022
Michael Hamel wrapped up his sophomore tennis season winning silver at the team district meet. He finished the season 11-2. Click here to read the article on The Citizens Voice.
Posted Thursday, May 12, 2022
Governor Tom Wolf visited the Wilkes-Barre Area High School on Wednesday, May 11th, to promote the "Level Up" education spending proposal. In addition to speaking to the students and staff, he visited the Wolfpack Live studio, as well as shopped at the newly opened Pack Shack school store. Click here to read the article on The Citizens Voice.
Davida Brannigan,10th grade CAPAA Art student, is the winner of this year's Fine Arts Fiesta poster contest! Davida's design was selected from several hundred entries from students all over Luzerne county. Her design is featured on the poster, as well as billboards and t-shirts.Saelah Rodriguez, 12th grade CAPAA, received an honorable mention. CONGRATULATIONS!
Posted Tuesday, May 10, 2022
The Theatre 4 students who have been with Theatre CAPAA since Freshman year have written full length one acts, directed, staged, created sets, costumes and lighting for the 1st Annual Capstone projects. Please come see the amazing work of our students who completed the writing, editing, auditions and rehearsals for their original shows! One night only - Saturday, May 14th at 7 PM. Click here for the attached flyer for more details and information.
Posted Thursday, May 5, 2022