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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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March 6, 2019
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Alessa Cullinan, '20, scored a perfect 36 on the ACT! She scored 36 on the Math, Reading, and Science sections for a Composite score of 36. 
In 2017, only 0.136% of all test takers earned a perfect ACT score.

Congratulations to Samuel Adkins,'19, James Briley,'19 and Stephanie Yao,'19, our newest 800 Club members! They all scored an 800 on the Math portion of the SAT.

Congratulations to Rebecca Simonson,'19 and Zachary ElJiche,'19, who just joined Club 36! Rebecca scored a 36 on both the Reading and English sections of the ACT and Zachary scored a 36 on the English section.

Congratulations to 2018 Design It Digital Contest Finalists, Shair Sekhar and Gareth ThompsonShair and Gareth are two of six high school finalists who will be winning a prize package. The winner of the competition will be announced at  International Woodworking Fair (IWF) Atlanta on August 22-25 at the Georgia World Congress Center.

Congratulations to Cori Mayne, our newest Club 36 member. Cori scored a 36 on the Reading section of the ACT.

Congratulations to Elijah Pritchett, '19, our newest 800 Club member. Elijah scored an 800 on the Math portion of the SAT.

This fall, Maya Lee, Elle Kisling, Avni Sawant, and Ritika Sadalgewill be published in Harvard's Journal of Emerging Investigators! Their experiment, on sea urchin regeneration, was conducted last spring during Ms. Ereddia's Post-AP DNA/Genetics class. They received glowing remarks from Harvard University on their experimental design and analysis. Congratulations ladies!

Wheeler students Stephen Fuller, Caroline  Lanier, Cameron Ragan, Sid Verma, and Campbell Wellham participated in a design-build project with other schools and community sponsors for the Treemendous Playhouses exhibition at Smith-Gilbert Gardens. Their design of the "Hex Nest" represents a tunnel like abstraction of a honeycomb made up of seven foot Multicolored hexagons that can be experienced along a garden path. Various hexagonal openings within the structure create patterns of light and provide views outward into the garden. The exhibition runs from June 30-September 29. View video

Congratulations to the Wheeler Magnet Class of 2018 who will continue their academic journey at the following colleges:

Auburn University (2) Rice University
Boston University (2) George Washington University (2)
Brown University Tulane University
Covenant College Univ of British Columbia (2)
Duke University Univ of Dayton
Georgia Institute of Technology (26) Univ of Florida (2)
Georgia State University (8) Univ of Georgia (13)
Howard University Univ of Notre Dame
Indiana University at Bloomington Univ of South Carolina
Johns Hopkins University Univ of Tennessee, Knoxville
Kennesaw State University Univ of Virginia (3)
MIT (3) Yale Univ
Miami University, Oxford

 

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