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2017 Model UN Results

November 20, 2017

Tesla STEM students did a great job at this past weekend's Pacific Model UN Conference, held in Seattle. The highlight was winning the Best Large Delegation Award, which goes to the entire team. Other prizes include:

Best Delegate: Graham Sabin (G20)

Sid Shende (ECOSOC)

Outstanding Delegate: Spring Cherip (African Union)

Shaurya Vashisth (ECOSOC)

Honorable Mention: Anna Whiteside (ECOSOC)

Position Paper: Tejus Krishnan (G20)

Rishika Veeramachaneni, (Joint Crisis Committee)

Congratulations to all!

2017 Imagine Tomorrow results

Our Imagine Tomorrow students made us proud once again with their stellar performances at this weekend's competition in Pullman. We won three 1st Place Awards, two 2nd Place Awards, and the Best Teamwork Award.

Here are the details:

Challenge Topic 1: The Itron Food, Energy, and Water Challenge – Design Approach – 1stPlace

Title: Halting Natural Gas Disasters with the Development of an Automated Safety Valve Through Fluid Dynamic Analysis

Team Members: Sashu Shankar, Rishi Kavikondala, Rayan Krishnan, Anne Lee, Isaac Perrin

Challenge Topic 1: The Itron Food, Energy, and Water Challenge – Behavior Approach – 1stPlace

Title: Schools Under 2° C

Team Members: Bryn Allesina-McGrory, Indra Toepke, Yogitha Sunkara, Adriana Rush

Challenge Topic 2: The Boeing Aerospace Challenge – Design Approach – 2nd Place and Best Teamwork Award

Title: Developing Solketal: Reducing Glycerol Waste Through Jet Fuel Additive

Team Members: Andrea Dang, Rashida Hakim, George Cheruvathur, Sandra Militaru

Challenge Topic 3: The Biofuels Challenge – Technology Approach – 1st Place

Title: The Application of the Triazabicyclodecene Catalyst to the Transesterification Process in Biofuels Production

Team Members: Lawrence Atienza, Neha Nagvekar, Fred Qin, Larry Wang

Challenge Topic 3: The Biofuels Challenge – Design Approach – 2nd Place

Title: Application of Optical Fiber Cables Within Algal Photobioreactors for Augmented Productivity and Scalability

Team Members: Abhijith Balijepalli, Tyler Volta, Rusdan Crook, Ryan Koshy

2017 Washington State Science&Engineering Fair (WSSEF) Awards

Our kids rock. Not only did we have one of our esteemed students take home the GRAND PRIZE winner of the whole fair, but we got two additional bids to ISEF, so now we have a record 3 student projects going to Los Angles for the International Science and Engineering Fair in just a few weeks. I don’t know if we will ever be able to replicate this success again. Of the 7 available spots for our students to win an all-expense paid trip to ISEF, T-STEM students scored almost half (43%) of those bids. Truly remarkable. Please congratulate the following students who won awards and competed at WSSEF on April 1st.

Andrea Dang and Sandra Militaru, Developing Solketal as an Additive for Jet Fuel: An Effective Approach to Reducing Glycerol Waste.

  • 2nd place overall in Energy: Chemistry Category
  • 1st place in Senior Division
  • 1st place for American Chemical Society Award
  • “Do Real Things” award

Vaishnavi Phadnis, Exon Expression Analysis of an Alernatively Spliced Neurotrophin Receptor in Multiple Cancer Types: Potential Considerations for Targeted Therapy and Precision Medicine

  • Gold Prize Grand Champion Award, ISEF Finalist
  • 1st place in Computational Biology & Bioinformatics Category
  • 1st place in Senior Division
  • Pacific Science Center Project of Excellence Award
  • Wolfram Research, Inc. Mathematica Certificate of Achievement Award
  • Ohio Wesleyan University Outstanding Achievement in Science Scholarship ($20,000 renewable scholarship, total of $80,000)
  • Washington State University – College of Arts and Sciences Scholarship ($3,000 renewable scholarship)
  • Seattle Pacific University Scholarship ($2,000 renewable scholarship)

Grace Von Scheliha and Christina Goto Plant Assisted Learning: The Effect of Epipremnum Aureum on Student Cognition and Neural Oscillations.

  • 1st place overall in Behavioral and Social Sciences Category
  • 1st place in Senior Division
  • Ohio Wesleyan University Outstanding Achievement in Science Scholarship ($20,000 renewable scholarship, total of $80,000)
  • Wolfram Research, Inc. – Mathematica Certificate of Achievement Award

Erin Bethune, Maariyah Moinuddin and Midori Komi Correlational Study Between Hodgkin’s and Asthma.

  • 1st place in Senior Division Biomedical and Health Science Category

Katherine Bo, Davina Lau and Michelle Yeh Familiarity of Music and its Effects on Stress Levels on Students

  • 2nd place overall in Behavioral and Social Science Category
  • 1st place in Senior Division

Emily Spencer Implementation of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulator Unit in a Mobilized System.

  • 1st place in Senior Division Biomedical Engineering Category

Yogi Sunkara. Comparative Analysis of Total Mercury Concentration in Salmon Species Using Atomic Fluorescence

  • 1st place in Senior Division in Biochemistry category
  • 2nd place award American Chemistry Society
  • Wolfram Research, Inc. – Mathematica Certificate of Achievement Award

Olivia Blevins. Designing a Cost-Effective and Customizable 3D Printed Tongue for the Purpose of Gaining Sufficient Unsupported Synthetic Tongue Muscle Articulation for Use in Speech and Swallowing, Comparable to Organic Tongue Muscle Articulation

  • 1st place in Senior Division Biomedical Engineering Category.
  • Arizona State University Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiative Award

Rashida Hakim. Particle Simulation of Phase-Dependent Fields Using Geometric Algebra

  • 1st place overall in Mathematics Category
  • 1st place in Senior Division
  • Wolfram Research, Inc. – Mathematica Certificate of Achievement Award

Hanna Karpstein. Investigating the Effectivity of Various Behavioral Addiction Prevention Methods

  • 1st place Senior Division in Behavioral and Social Sciences Category
  • Olympic College STEM Award

Silvia Calinov. Water Waves to Light Waves

  • 3rd place overall in Environmental Engineering Category
  • 1st place in Senior Division

Eric Fan. Generating Biogas from Waste

  • 1st place Senior Division in Biochemistry Category
  • Wolfram Research, Inc. – Mathematica Certificate of Achievement
  • Ricoh Americas Corporation Sustainable Development Award

Apoorv Khandelwal. Molecular Dynamics Simulation and Experimental Fabrication of Nanoporous Graphene Membranes for Optimal Water Permeability in Reverse Osmosis Desalination

  • ISEF Finalist
  • 1st place overall in Materials Science Category
  • 1st place in Senior Division
  • GENIUS Olympiad (all-expense paid trip (excluding travel) for individual and supervisor to attend Genius Olympiad competition)
  • Wolfram Research, Inc. – Mathematica Certificate of Achievement
  • Olympic College Foundation Scholarship ($4500)
  • Pacific Science Center Project of Excellence Award
  • Ohio Wesleyan University Outstanding Achievement in Science Scholarship ($20,000 renewable scholarship, total of $80,000)
  • Evergreen State College Award (one year full tuition)

Anne Lee and Issac Perrin. Performing Fluid Dynamics Analysis to Develop an Automated Valve to Halt Natural Gas Blowouts

  • 1st place in Senior Division in Mechanical Engineering Category
  • The Lisbon Group, LLC Award ($1000)

Prerana Kulkarni, Anjali Sribalaskandarajah and Priyanka Taneja. Utilizing Homovanillic Acid and Monoclonal Antibodies as a Novel Diagnostic Method for Schizophrenia and Parkinson's Diagnosis

  • 1st place in Senior Division in the Biomedical Engineering Category
  • Ohio Wesleyan University Outstanding Achievement in Science Scholarship ($20,000 renewable scholarship, total of $80,000)
  • Wolfram Research, Inc. – Mathematica Certificate of Achievement

Rishi Kavikondala, Rayan Krishnan and Sashwatha Shankar. Computational Analysis of Methanogen Metabolism Processes in Autotrophic Cyanobacteria for Carbon-Neutral Photosynthetic Methane Production

  • 3rd place overall in Chemical Engineering Category
  • 1st place in Senior Division

Neha Hulkund. The Development of Machine Learning Linear Regression Algorithms for Epileptic Seizure Prediction.

  • Already won Grand Prize at CSRSEF – ISEF Finalist
  • 1st place in Senior Division in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Category
  • USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station Seattle Award

2017 FBLA State Conference Results

STEM had a great showing at FBLA. 2000+ competitors over 3 days. The top 4 automatically qualified for the National conference at the end of June in Anaheim:

Business Law- Vidha Sudhesh 4th place
Computer Problem Solving-Lawrence Atienza 4th place
Cyber security-Lawrence Atienza 2nd place
Healthcare administration-Salil Kanade 4th place
Insurance and Risk Management-Fred Qin 2nd place
Introduction to Business-Maxwell Wang 2nd place
Introduction to Business Communication-Sonika Tayade 8th place
Introduction to Business Procedures-Aashna Sheth 4th place
Personal Finance-Neha Nagvekar 5th place
Securities and Investments-Tyler Warden 9th place, Rashida Hakim 1st place
Business Ethics-Rashida Hakim 7th place
Business Plan- Dhruv Talwar 6th place
Emerging Business Issues-team of Shruti Kompella and Rafia Khatri 5th place
Entrepreneurship- Dhruv Talwar 9th, team of Aashna Sheth and Claire Yang 8th place, team of Ranveer Thind, Aakash Ramanachadran and Rayan Krishnan 6th place
Future Business Leader-Audrey Tseng 2nd place
Introduction to Business Presentation-team of Sonika Tayade, Ila Sharma and Aashna Sheth 7th place
Management Information Systems- team of Larry Wang, Fred Qin and Lawrence Atienza 4th place, team of Salil Kanade and Prerana Kulkarni 2nd place
Network Design-team of Amulya Param and Katie Chalmers 9th place
Public Service Announcement-Ranveer Thind and Aakash Ramanchadran 5th place
Public Speaking I-Rishi Kavikondala 10th place
Publication Design-Andrea Lee, Claire Yang and Amrita Narasimhan 8th place

2017 FBLA Regional Conference Results

Congratulations to the following students. They have qualified to participate in the state conference in Spokane in April.
Business Plan: Dhruv Talwar 2nd place
Digital Video Production: Team of Varun Vennkatesh and Sashu Shankar 6th place; Patrick Mao 3rd place
E-Business: Team of Jack Tribolett, Yukito Shida and Lucian Petriuc 6th place; William Wang 4th place
Business Calculations: Rashida Hakim 6th place
Business Communication: Vaishnavi Phadnis 1st place
Business Law: Isha Murali 5th place, Vidha Sudhesh 2nd place
Computer Problem Solving: Fred Qin 6th place; Lawrence Atienza 1st place
Cyber Security: Lawrence Atienza 1st place
Database Applications: MacQuarrie Thomson 4th place
FBLA Principles and Procedures: Ila Sharma 6th place
Healthcare: Christine Lee 6th place; Vaishnavi Phadnis 2nd place, Salil Kanade 1st place
Insurance and Risk Management: Rishi Ramesh 5th place; Fred Qin 3rd place
Introduction to Business: Maxwell Wang 2nd place
Introduction to Business Communication: Sonika Tayade 2nd place
Introduction to Business Procedures: Lauren Kim 3rd place; Aashna Sheth 1st place
Introduction to Information Technology: Rishi Kavikondala 3rd place
Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure: Toma Itagaki 2nd
Management Information Systems: Team of Salil Kanade and Prerna Kulkarni 2nd place; Team of Lawrence Atienza, Fred Qin and Larry Wang 1st place
Network Design: Team of Katie Chalmers and Amulya P 2nd place
Networking Concepts: Shruti Kompella 5the place; Amulya P 3rd place
Securities and Investments: Tyler Warden 5th place; Neha Nagvekar 3rd place, Rashida Hakim 1st place
Entrepreneurship: Dhruv Talwar 6th place; team of Aashna Sheth and Claire Yang 3rd place
Emerging Business Issues: Team of Shruti Kompella and Rafia Khatri 5th place; team of Audrey Tseng and Fred Qin 2nd place
Job Interview: Apoorv Khandelwal 4th place; Afeef Sheikh 2nd place
Business Ethics: Team of MacKenzie MacLauchlin, Pooja Senapati and Aivy Tran 5th place; Rashida Hakim 2nd place
Public Speaking I: Rishi Kavikondala 1st place
Public Speaking II: Sarah Tarta 5th place, MacQuarrie Thomson 2nd place
Impromptu Speaking: Kamran Badh 2nd place, Maxwell Wang 1st place
Introduction to Business Presentation: Team of Christine Lee, Eric Yin, Toma Itagaki 5th place; team of Aashna Sheth, Ila Sharma and Sonika Tayade 4th place

2017 TSA State Conference

Here are our 2017 Technology Student Association (TSA) results in Yakima March 16-18. The top three in each even qualify for the National conference in June.

Future Technology Teacher:

Daniella Shuman 1st place,Dharini Sribalaskandrajah 4th place

Engineering Design:

Team of Audrey Tseng, Akshita Khanna and Anjali Sribalaskandrajah 1st place

Team of Dharini Sribalaskandrajah, Ila Sharma and Betty Park 2nd place

Team of Daniella Shuman, Sashu Shankar, Pranav Sukumar and Amrita Narasimhan 3rd place

Team of Jakob Bjorner, Hemant Dhokia, Stephen Yamasaki and Rudy Banerjee 4th place

Music Prodution:

Team of Victoria Alkin, Naranjin Sahi, Andrey Grebenik and Ryan Koshy 1st place

SciVis

Team of Rishi Kavikondala, Rayan Krishnan and Ranveer Thind 4th place

Team of Ila Sharma, Amrita Narasimhan, Dharini Sribalaskandraja and Betty Park 5th place

Promotional Design

Ritika Iyer 1st place, Pranav Sukumar 4th place

Software Development
Team of Ibi Abiodun, Emma Drapp and Varun Venkatesh 1st place

Essays on Technology

Ila Sharma 4th place

Video Game Design

Team of Adity Kumar, Jake Newfeld, James Kusardi, Patrick Mao and Yocel Rivera-Pagan 2nd place

Team of Abhinav Singh and Kush Khanolker 4th place

Prepared Presentation

Rishi Kavikondala 1st place

Coding
Team of Abhinav Singh, Kush Khanolker and Pranav Sukumar 2nd place

STEM Careers

Rishi Kavikondala 1st place,Rayan Krishnan 2nd place

Extemporaneous Speech

Aaskash Ramachandram 4th place

VEX Robotics

Team of Abhinav Singh, Aditya Kumar, Akshita Khanna, Kush Kanolker, Yogi Sunkara and William Wang

Way to represent Tesla STEM!

2017 HOSA Results

Our students put forth a stellar performance at the HOSA Future Health Professionals State competition this last weekend in Spokane, bringing in 27 awards and representing Tesla STEM with honor and pride. Huge THANK YOU to Matt Travis, Sarah Newman and Lori Zebrack-Smith who chaperoned the event over the weekend as well.

The following students who placed 1st - 4th have the opportunity to go to Nationals in Orlando, FL from June 21-24 this year:

Biomedical Debate: Anna Vasyura, Larry Wang and Gautam Krishnamoorthy - 2nd place

Creative Problem Solving: Rishika Veeramachaneni, Sunya Mohammed and Anika Ghelani- 2nd place

Amulya Param, Anna Vasyura, Katie Chalmers - 5th place

Dental Science: Salil Kanade- 2nd place

Kanae Lancaster - 3rd place

Epidemiology: Andrea Dang - 1st place

Midori Komi - 2nd place

Veterinary Science: Agata Skarbek - 2nd place

Extemporaneous Health Poster: Aimee Roseberry - 3rd place

Forensic Medicine: Bella Filippini and Rose Matta - 4th place

Health Career Display: Bella Filippini and Ashiana Dhanani - 3rd place

Public Health: Rahul Srivastava and Ashiana Dhanani - 1st place

Larry Wang, Anna Vasyura, Christine Pham and Caylynn Berosik - 5th place

Healthy Lifestyle: Claire Yang - 1st place

Prepared Spelling: Afeef Sheikh - 2nd place

Aashna Sheth - 3rd place

Medical Innovation: Ayeshi and Reetika Kudallur- 3rd place

Behavioral Health, Knowledge test: Vaishnavi Phadnis - 1st place

Medical Terminology: Gautham - 1st place

Vaishnavi Phadnis- 5th place

Pathophysiology, Knowledge test: Varsha Veeramacheneni - 1st place

Christine Lee - 2nd place

Jake Newfeld - 3rd place

Nutrition, Knowledge test: Salil Kanade- 2nd place

Transcultural Healthcare, Knowledge test: Varsha Veeramacheneni - 1st

Christine Pham - 3rd place

Aditi Ekobok - 5th place

Please also congratulate Vaishnavi Phadnis who helped run the State conference as the HOSA President-elect for WA state and Varsha Veermacheneni who is currently the WA state HOSA Reporter this year.

2017 CSREF Results

March 10, 2017

What a weekend! With the HOSA State competition and he Central Sound Regional Science and Engineering Fair (CSRSEF) the same weekend, Tesla STEM High School students took home a total of 57 awards!

We will post another article about the HOSA accolades, but in regards to CSRSEF, students raked in 29 awards, including 6 of the 1st place awards out of the 9 categories that we competed in and...drum roll...the GRAND PRIZE winner for the whole fair - which includes an all-expense paid trip to Los Angeles this May for the International Science and Engineering Far (ISEF)!

Please congratulate all students that participated at CSRSEF if you see them in the halls or in your classroom-there are other students who participated and even though they did not receive a prize, they put forth a tremendous amount of time and effort and some also produced award-winning, innovative research in my opinion.

The following students received the following awards:

Behavioral and Social Sciences (BEHA)
1st place: Christina Goto and Grace von Scheliha, Plant Assisted Learning: The Effects of Epipremnum Aureum on Student Cognition and Neural Oscillations

2nd place: Michelle Yeh, Davina Lau and Katherine Bo, Familiarity of Music and its Effects on Stress Levels on Students

3rd place: Hanna Karpstein, Investigating the Effectivity of Various Behavioral Addiction Prevention Methods

Honorable Mention: Rachel Ray, Amelia Sabin and Brenna Schwartz, The Effect of Personality Types on the Success of Group Work

Biomedical and Health Sciences (BMED), Bioengineering (ENBM), Translational Medicine (TMED)
1st place: Priyanka Taneja, Anjali Sribalaskandarajah and Prerana Kulkarni, Utilizing Homovanillic Acid and Monoclonal Antibodies as a Novel Diagnostic Method for Schizophrenia and Parkinson's Diagnosis

Honorable Mention: Vidha Sudesh, Using an Eye Exam to Detect Parkinson's at an Early Stage

Cellular & Molecular Biology (CELL), Computational Biology & Bioinformatics (CBIO), Microbiology (MCRO)
1st place: Neha Hulkund, The Development of Machine Learning Linear Regression Algorithms for Epileptic Seizure Prediction

2nd place: Vaishnavi Phadnis, Computational Analysis of Neurotrophin Receptor Splice Variant Expression Signatures in Multiple Cancer Types

Honorable Mention: Rishi Kavikondala, Rayan Krishnan and Sashwatha Shankar, Computational Analysis of Methanogen Metabolism Processes in Autotrophic Cyanobacteria for Carbon-Neutral Photosynthetic Methane Production

Earth and Environmental Sciences (ENEV), Biochemistry (BCHM), Chemistry (Chem)
1st Place: Yogitha Sunkara, Comparative Analysis of Total Mercury Concentration in Salmon Species Using Atomic Fluorescence

2nd Place: Justin Qui, Investigating the Effects of Floating Photovoltaic Systems on the Growth of Freshwater Algae

Honorable Mention: Sydney Meade, The Analysis of the Effects of Animal Agricultural Runoff on Water Quality Based on Nitrates, pH, Dissolved Oxygen, Total Dissolved Solids and Turbidity

Environmental Engineering (ENEV)
2nd place: Silvia Calinov, Water Waves to Light Waves

Energy: Chemical (EGCH) and Physical (EGPH)
2nd place: Sandra Militaru and Andrea Dang, Solketal Additive for Aviation Fuel

Engineering Mechanics (ENMC)
1st place: Anne Lee and Issac Perrin, Performing Fluid Dynamics Analysis to Develop an Automated Valve to Halt Natural Gas Blowouts

Physics and Astronomy (PHYS), Mathematics (Math)
1st place: Rashida Hakim, Particle Simulation of Phase-Dependent Fields Using Geometric Algebra

Special Awards:
Washington State Science and Engineering (WSSEF) Award: Richard Halbert and Daniel Hoffman, Political Tribalism

Inspiring Excellence in Scientific Research and Engineering Awards: Christina Goto and Grace von Scheliha, Plant Assisted Learning: The Effects of Epipremnum Aureum on Student Cognition and Neural Oscillations
and
Yogitha Sunkara, Comparative Analysis of Total Mercury Concentration in Salmon Species Using Atomic Fluorescence

American Psychological Association for Achievement in Research in Psychological Science: Christina Goto and Grace von Scheliha, Plant Assisted Learning: The Effects of Epipremnum Aureum on Student Cognition and Neural Oscillations

Association for Women Geoscientists Award, Honorable Mention: Sydney Meade, The Analysis of the Effects of Animal Agricultural Runoff on Water Quality Based on Nitrates, pH, Dissolved Oxygen, Total Dissolved Solids and Turbidity

People's Choice Award: Katrine Bjorner and Emily Spencer, Mobilizing the TENS Unit

Stockholm Junior Water Prize: Sydney Meade, The Analysis of the Effects of Animal Agricultural Runoff on Water Quality Based on Nitrates, pH, Dissolved Oxygen, Total Dissolved Solids and Turbidity

Ricoh Americas Corporation Award: Stuart Brown and Eric Fan, Generating Biogas from Waste

American Chemical Society (ACS) Prize: Yogitha Sunkara, Comparative Analysis of Total Mercury Concentration in Salmon Species Using Atomic Fluorescence

American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics Award: Sandra Militaru and Andrea Dang, Solketal Additive for Aviation Fuel

Supernova Awards: Sana Fatima, The Combined Effect of Music and Running on Fluid Intelligence
and
Olivia Blevins and Audrey Tseng, Designing a Cost-Effective and Customizable 3D Printed Tongue, for the Purpose of Gaining Sufficient Unsupported Synthetic Tongue Muscle Articulation for Use in Speech and Swallowing, Comparable to Organic Tongue Muscle Articulation

Grand Prize Winner, Best in Fair : Neha Hulkund, The Development of Machine Learning Linear Regression Algorithms for Epileptic Seizure Prediction. Neha won an all-expense paid week long trip to ISEF in Los Angeles this May. ISEF is the world's largest pre-college International science fair representing approximately 1,800 high school students from more than 75 countries that compete for on average of $4 million in prizes.

We are so very proud of all of our students.

2017 Model UN Results

For the 3rd year in a row, Tesla STEM's Model UN club (STEMUN) brought home multiple prizes from the Washington State MUN Conference held at the University of Washington, March 4 and 5. Model UN participants must debate and negotiate on behalf of their assigned countries, as well as submit researched position papers. Competing against students from around the region, STEMUN students demonstrated skills in diplomacy, negotiation, critical thinking, compromise, and public speaking.

The highest honor is Outstanding Delegate, achieved by two STEM Seniors and club officers: Neav Topaz (STEMUN President) and Patrick Mao (STEMUN Technology Officer.)

Aditi Ekhote received Distinguished Delegate honors and an award for her Position Paper.

In addition, Claire Whiteside received Distinguished Delegate. Harshita Bondhi, Anusha Shvastava and Tristan Stevens received awards for their position papers.

2017 Congressional Apps Hackathon Challenge

Thanks to Mrs. Prelerson for her encouragement to her students to participate in the Congressional Apps Challenge Hackathon over this weekend (http://www.congressionalappchallenge.us). One of the Tesla STEM teams (Ila Sharma, Sonika Tayade, Aashna Sheth, and Hamsa Shankar) won the Award of Excellence sponsored by Google. The award was presented by Congresswoman Suzan DelBene, who congratulated the team at the award ceremony.

2017 TSA Nationals

STEM had their best year at Nationals last week.

Victoria Alkin, Niranjan Sahi, Ryan Koshy and Ibi won first place in Music Production.

Rishi Kavikondala won 2nd place in Prepared Presentation and 3rd place in STEM Careers

Kush K, Ibi and Pranav Sukumar - Fourth place Coding

Anjali S, Audrey Tseng, Akshita K - 4th place Engineering Design

Ibi, Emma Drapp and Varun V - 6th place Software Development

2017 FBLA Nationals

Rounding out the competitions for the year, Maxwell Wang placed 6th in the national at FBLA in Introduction to Business. Very exciting!

Rocket Scientists make the news!

Click the link below to see all about the Tesla STEM scholars who trekked to Utah to launch their rocket this summer!

Rocket Scientists on the web.

2016 Tesla STEM Student Awards

Click to download full list of awards and achievements earned by our students in 2016.

2016 STEM Student Awards.pdf