A special thanks to LEA V. Ebel - District 16 for organizing this special day for us. D/S R. Gilmore - Street Team District 16, D/S J. Fresneda - Community Policing District 16, D/S C. Apple - Community Policing District 16, D/S G. Baldino - Motor Unit, D/S C. Gary - Motor Unit, D/S B. Newcomb
Don’t miss the 17th Annual Rooney’s Fall Golf Tournament!!! This year the tournament will be held on Monday October 29th 2018. Potentia Academy Is one of four great charities that will benefit from this event. The Rooney Golf Tournaments feature a foursome of golf, raffle prizes, lunch, and
The first annual Rooney’s Bowling Bash was held on Saturday, September 8th at Bowlero in Jupiter. The Bowling Bash began at 1:00 pm after registration and practice rounds and ran until 3:00 pm. All our Potentia "family" had a great time!
Some of our CCREST students attended a Chamber of the Palm Beaches luncheon on Sept. 5th. They listened as Toni DeLisi shared about the West Palm Beach economic development study.
Two of our students meet Republican Gubernatorial candidate Adam Putnam. Our students were guests of the Palm Beach Kennel Club at the Forum Club of the Palm Beaches.
Thank you to the Palm Beach Kennel Club for sponsoring some Potentia Academy students at the Palm Beach North Chamber Breakfast this morning. It was an honor for us to attend this very special breakfast at the Riviera Beach Marina. Valor and community service awards were presented to Palm Beach
Some of our CCREST students spent Saturday morning at L.C. Swain Middle School planting trees and flowers. They did a great job!
The photos above were taken directly from Palm Beach State College website: https://www.palmbeachstate.edu/athletics/default.aspx Palm Beach State College participates in intercollegiate men's baseball, men and women’s basketball, and women's softball and volleyball.
Happy New Year from our CCREST students. They enjoy getting together for some fun evenings outside of school. Photos are from several recent gatherings.
The story below will also run in print this Thursday in the Miami Herald’s Tropical page. Click on the Headline to view the full article.