Congratulations to Nicholas McDowell, KMHS Magnet junior, whose team won first place in the Atlanta Design Outreach and Kidz II program held at Georgia Tech in the Industrial Design/Engineering school. Nicholas worked with two students from Grady HS, a Georgia Tech student and an employee from Coca Cola who works in the design department. Given a wine bottle opener and a small Nerf gun, they were asked to create a new baby game to encourage crawling, eye tracking and movement.
Congratulations to the following students who were inducted in 2014 into the prestigious 800 Club for earning perfect scores on any section of the SAT or ACT.
|Samuel Beloin||SAT Math and Ecological Biology||2014|
|Shelby Bice||ACT Reading and SAT Writing||2014|
|Elizabeth Cannon||ACT Science||2014|
|Alicia Chan||SAT Reading and ACT Reading||2014|
|Trishla Chokshi||SAT Math||2014|
|Aditya Devarakonda||SAT Math 2 and ACT Math||2014|
|Jefferson Hackney||ACT Reading||2014|
|Trevor Head||SAT Writing||2014|
|Joshua Henson||ACT Science||2014|
|Mitchell Johns||SAT Reading and Math||2014|
|Elizabeth Johnson||SAT Reading and Writing||2014|
|Spencer McAllister||SAT Writing||2014|
|Jamal Pace||SAT Writing||2014|
|Brexton Pham||ACT Science and Reading||2014|
|Brian Piejack||ACT Science||2014|
|Brandon Ptak||ACT English and Reading||2014|
|Andrew Ragan||SAT Math||2014|
|Harrison Reddy||ACT Science||2014|
|John Romano||SAT Reading||2014|
|Pierre Rouaud||SAT Math||2014|
|Jake Santa Cruz||ACT English||2014|
|Adele Strother||SAT Reading||2014|
|Tingxiao Sun||SAT Math||2014|
|Nathanael Tait||ACT Science||2014|
|Logan Vaupel||SAT Reading||2014|
Congratulations to Taylor Harris, Class of 2010, who graduated cum laude from Morehouse College with a BS in Biology!
Congratulations to Brexton Pham, Class of 2014 for winning a prestigious Gates Millenium Scholarship, which selects 1,000 talented students each year to receive a good-through-graduation to use at any college or university. Having received multiple acceptances, Brexton has chosen Stanford University for his undergraduate studies.