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Student Awards and Accolades 

 

Top 10 Medal Winners at ICDC (International Career Development Conference)

                          Alexis Bainnson - HS West                                 Matthew Shumer - HS East

 

 Congratulations Regeneron Semifinalists Alia Rizvon and Daniel Kim!


The Regeneron Science Talent Search, a program of Society for Science & Public is the nation's most prestigious science research competition for high school seniors. Alumni of this competition have made extraordinary contributions to science and hold more than 100 of the world's most coveted science and math honors, including the Nobel Prize and National Medal of Science.  Annually, students entering the Regeneron STS compete for more than $3.1 million in awards.  Only 300 students are announced as scholars each year.  From this select pool, 40 finalists are then invited to Washington, D.C. in March to participate in final judging, display their work to the public, meet with notable scientists, and compete for the top award of $250,000. (Previously called Intel)

                                  Alia Rizvon                                                 Daniel Kim

                                
 Michael Zakoworotny

                                                                                          

 

Congratulations Alice Wu!

Siemens National Finalist


Siemens received approximately 1700 project submissions this year (they segment these submissions into 6 different geographic regions of the country).

In the Midwest region where Alice's team competed she was named a regional finalist which means her team represented one of the "top-5" team projects submitted from the Midwest.

This past Saturday those top-5 projects presented to a panel of judges at Notre Dame University and they were picked as the top overall team winner in that region...meaning they are moving on to the National Finals of the competition.

Alice and her team (as winners of the Midwest region) will now compete with the winning teams of the other 5 geographic regions.... meaning that Alice's project is now considered one of the "top-6" team projects in the country at this point.

In December, they will place anywhere from 1st through 6th place and she and her teammates will split scholarship awards as follows:

1st:  $100,000

2nd: $50,000

3rd:  $40,000

4th:  $30,000

5th:  $20,000

6th:  $10,000

Click here to view Newsday article.

 

West Hollow Students and Club Honored by the Suffolk County Anti-Bias Task Force

 

On Friday, June 5, 2015 the West Hollow Middle School One World Youth Club and students Niki Panagiotidis and Courtinee Walker were recognized along with club advisors Angelica Conway and Jay Urena from REACH CYA for their outstanding contributions to their community.

The students also received Proclamations from Suffolk County Legislator Steven Stern.

To see the video presentation click here.

 

 

 

 

High School West has its first New York State Wrestling Champion

Please click here to view the Newsday article.

 

 

 

Half Hollow Hills Students Win Suffolk County Math Tournament 

Two HHH students were named individual winners at the 12th Annual Suffolk County Math Tournament coordinated by the Suffolk County Math Teachers Association.  The annual tournament was held on Friday, January 4th at Suffolk County Community College in Selden.

 

Half Hollow Hills High School Seniors Named Intel 2013 Semifinalists

The Half Hollow Hills Central School District congratulates six High School East Seniors for being selected as Semifinalists in the prestigious Intel Science Talent Search 2013. These students were among 300 students from over 170 high schools across the country named Intel Semifinalists.

 

 
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