Academic Achievements

“SUPER” STUDENT RECEIVES FIRST ANNUAL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

AeroTurbine, Inc. awards aviation technology student Shea Super with competitive, merit-based scholarship Shea Super, a Western Maricopa Education Center (West-MEC) Aviation Maintenance Technology and Shadow Mountain High School student, received the inaugural 2014-15 Jeffery D. Underdal Memorial Scholarship from AeroTurbine, Inc., an organization that provides quality aircraft and engine products to aerospace and aviation companies around the world. Super was awarded …

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Tesseract in Demand!

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Anjali Moore is a Triple Threat Student

You just graduated from Madison Meadows, tell us about your speech you got to make at the graduation? For my graduation ceremony from 8th grade at Madison Meadows I gave a speech about the future. Tell our readers about your recent Spelling Bee competition? When I was at the State Spelling Bee, I was extremely nervous and anxious. When I …

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Isabella Succeeds at Brightmont Academy

Isabella was a very bright girl, but suffered from severe dyslexia, which significantly impacted her reading skills. Her parents wanted to find a solution to help boost her reading comprehension and increase her confidence when they discovered Brightmont Academy. The private school specializes in providing one-to-one instruction for students and has three campuses throughout the region in Deer Valley, Scottsdale …

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Kristiana Faddoul Talks Media Productions and Technology at West-MEC

Tell us about yourself and your involvement in the West-MEC Media Productions class at Raymond S. Kellis High School. I began taking Media Productions at Raymond S. Kellis as a first semester senior and had taken the starter course, Media Technology, the second semester of my junior year. Since day one in Media Productions, I became the head anchor of …

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Tesseract Class Starts Newspaper

Tesseract’s third grade class has embraced a project-based learning initiative by forming their own Class Newspaper. The students are inviting guest speakers from the industry to learn more, they have auditioned for specific jobs and are learning various writing styles with the ultimate goal of publishing their very own “Tiger Times”. Their first assignment was an opinion piece on why they …

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Tatiana Asadourian, Region 5 Spelling Bee Winner

The Maricopa County Region 5 Spelling Bee was held Saturday, February 22nd, at the Youngker High School auditorium in Buckeye.  Tatiana Asadourian, a 4th grader, representing Nadaburg School District, was the winner. Here is what she had to say about her win: How did you feel when you won 1st place in the spelling bee? I felt very proud of …

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Student Council President Gets Accepted to Brophy with Honors

“I am so impressed with Jakob Chavez.  I feel like the kid wears 10 different hats here at school and is just such a great leader…I know he may not have giant championship trophies – but he’s a different kind of champ!”-Student Council Moderator Tell us about your year as Student Council President.  What do you think was your best …

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Straight A’s for Gabby Graham

Do you think it was hard for you to get straight A’s in all of your classes this year? Sort of, because some of the concepts were confusing, but I was able to understand them with help from my teachers. What is your favorite subject?  Math and Social Studies – I like doing math and I like learning about history. …

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The Accomplishments of Liberty Arts Academy’s Twins, Cedar and Cailyn

Cailyn: Tell our readers about your recent accomplishment for your poster art contest?  We were given a project in school to make a poster that symbolized peace for the MLK.  I drew a picture about making the world a better place by being the change you want to see in the world.  I won 2nd place out of 100 entries …

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