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The Center for Advanced Studies has been awarded STEAM Certification from the Georgia Department of Education.
We are the first High School program in Georgia to be awarded STEAM Certification!

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Congratulations to Magnet senior, Jared Ryley, who received an appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point for the class of 2024.

Congratulations to Howard Hua, '21, Oliver Long, '21, and Aryaman Mukherji, '21, for placing in the Regional Science Fair this weekend. Howard Hua and Oliver Long placed 1st and Aryaman Mukherji placed 2nd. Oliver Long and Howard Hua will be moving on to the State Science Fair.

Congratulations to the following students who won awards at the Georgia Student Technology Competition (GaSTC). All first place winners advance to the state GaSTC on March 14, 2020.

First Place
Charlie Jin, '22 - Digital Game Design
Mehul Kalia
, '21 - Device Modification
Samyukta Iyer, '22 - Mobile Apps
Pranav Devarinti
, '22 - Project Programming

Second Place
Danielle Zember, '23 - Digital Game Design
Ben Ward
, '23 - Audio Production

Wheeler has earned the College Board's AP® Computer Science Female Diversity Award for attaining female student representation in AP Computer Science Principles (CSP) for 2019. This honor acknowledges the outstanding work we are doing to engage more female students in

Congratulations to the Wheeler CircuitRunners Robotics teams on their outstanding wins in last weekend's FIRST FTC League Championships. FTC Team 1002 won 1st place Control award and 2nd place for the Think award, while FTC Team 11347 won 1st place Connect award, and got 2nd place Inspire award. Team 11347 will be moving on to the State competition February 21st-22nd at the Cobb Civic Center. 4 students were named as semifinalists to the FIRST Dean's List and will go on to compete in a State-wide field of select students: Egan Donley '22, Emma Harrison '21, Nelethia Kulasari '22, and Aidan Lecroy '21. These students were nominated by their mentors and selected from a panel of judges after a personal interview.

Congratulations to the 37 students who were accepted Early Action to Georgia Tech and the 69 students who were accepted Early Action to the University of Georgia from Wheeler's Class of 2020.

Congratulations to David MacDonald, '21, for getting a perfect Composite score on the ACT! He scored a 36 on the English, Reading, Science & Composite sections of the ACT.

Congratulations to Wheeler's top four Science Fair Winners. Howard Hua, '21, Grace Gentner, '23 and Pooja Kanyadan, '23, Oliver Long, '21, and Caroline Hugh, '21.

Congrats to the Magnet Juniors who joined Club 36 members in January:
Simon Daugherty - Math
John Conner Davis - Reading
Neil George - Reading, Science
Avery Hawkins - Reading
Katherine-Grace Landefeld - English, Science

Congratulations to our newest 800 Club members! Michelle Namgoong,'21, Yash Thakkar,'21, and Achyutan Narayanan,'22. All three scored an 800 on the Math portion of the SAT.

So proud of our Magnet Water Polo players, Spencer Yahn, '22, who was named to the U.S. Olympic Development Southeast Team and Alice Landrum, '21, who won Wheeler's Positive Athlete Award!

Congratulations to our newest Club 36 member, Alice Landrum, '21! Alice scored a 36 on the reading section of the ACT.

Magnet teacher, Dr. Nickey Ice, recently joined an elite group of mathematics educators when she accepted the Georgia Council of Teachers of Mathematics' Gladys Thomason Award for demonstrating significant service to improving mathematics instruction at a local, state, and national level. Only three Cobb Schools teachers have earned the Gladys Thomas Award since its inception in 1972.  For more information click here

Congratulations to the following Magnet juniors who recently joined the 800 Club, Neel Gundavarapu and Orlando Karam. They both earned an 800 on the Math portion of the SAT.

Congratulations to the orchestra students who were selected to perform with the GMEA Honor Orchestra on Saturday, November 16: Emma Mason, Archi Goli, Nandini Joshi, Joseph Nguyen, Rea Aiyer, Roshan Desai, Vivek Raman, Matthew Norman, Avni Sawant, and Michael Kerr. Special congrats to Emma Mason who was selected as concertmaster and Rea Aiyer, principal second violin.

Wheeler High School Ranks #64 in the Nation
Honoring excellence in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, Newsweek announced its ranking of the top 5,000 STEM high schools for 2019. Wheeler High School broke the top 100 securing the ranking of 64 out of all the high schools across the country. Read more

Congratulations to Nile Phillips, ’20, our newest Club 36 member! Nile scored a 36 on the Reading portion of the ACT.

Congratulations to Oliver Long, ’21, for being selected as a GMEA composition contest winner! Oliver is 1 of 2 selected from Cobb County and 1 of 14 from Georgia!

The Wheeler Magnet Program was ranked #2 in's list of 30 Top High School STEM Programs in the nation! See the list

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