Heard in the Halls

Heard in the Halls: 4.4.18

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Naomi See is among only 15 high school seniors in the world to win the Class of 2018 Cameron Impact Scholarship from the Bryan Cameron Education Foundation. She competed against 2,100 applicants. Each winner is judged on academics, community involvement, leadership qualities and extracurricular activities and receives a four-year, full- tuition scholarship to any university in the U.S.


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More than 40 novelists, poets, filmmakers, musicians, illustrators and journalists visited the school for its fourth annual All Write Festival. This year’s theme was ‘Magic,’ and headliners included award-winning author Ellen Hopkins, bestselling author Curtis Sittenfeld and others. Students also competed for writing awards and read or performed original work.


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In July, junior Marilyn Lercel will represent St. Louis as a National Youth Correspondent during the 2018 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at Virginia’s George Mason University. Participants work through real-world scenarios and learn from distinguished guest speakers during the week-long event. Lercel was chosen because of her academic achievements and interest in media.

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Students celebrated Chinese New Year with a Year of the Dog event that incorporated dances and songs along with authentic props and costumes. The public charter school offers programs in Chinese, French and Spanish.

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