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H. Frank Carey PTSA

With your support, we can continue to make H. Frank Carey Junior-Senior High School a National School of Excellence for our children.

H. Frank Carey PTSA is a community based on vibrant parent involvement. Your contribution, whether it is your time, knowledge, or resources make a difference. We invite you to become an involved member of the H. Frank Carey PTSA.

Latest PTSA News & Updates

April Seniors of the Month

April’s Male Senior of the Month is energetic, intelligent, articulate and ambitious.  This exceptionally bright scholar has worked diligently earning a very high grade point average and ranking solidly in the top 20% of his senior class.  His academic achievements have been recognized by his induction into the National, Tri-M and Science Honor Societies.  In his time here at Carey [...]

H. Frank Carey Announces Teacher of the Year

H. Frank Carey High School’s 2017 Teacher of the Year is a true exemplar of outstanding teaching. A member of the Carey family for 18 years, Mrs. Antonia Healy is truly loved and respected by her students and colleagues alike. A role model and mentor for all teachers, Mrs. Healy’s daily focus is to create curiosity and a love of [...]

Holocaust Survivor Speaks to Carey Students

Holocaust survivor and noted author Marion Blumenthal Lazan addressed the entire sophomore and junior classes of H. Frank Carey High School on March 13. Ms. Lazan spoke to the 500 students for 90 minutes about her experiences during and after the Holocaust. Her message included the hope that these students would now be able to bear witness to her experiences. [...]

March Seniors of the Month

Creative, talented, and determined—these words only begin to describe March’s Male Senior of the Month. This young man is an extremely gifted student who is driven by his strong passion and interest for music and theatre. He is a leader in numerous groups within our music department as President of the Musical Society and Co-President of Senior High Drama. He [...]