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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

Congratulations to Grace Whittington and Tate Hunda, winners of the Cathie Rees Banks STEAM Award and Gregg Farmer STEM Award. They both exemplify the leadership and character qualities that our founding Magnet Coordinators possessed as well as the passion that they had for the Wheeler Magnet Program.

Congratulations to Shashaank Aiyer, '20, and Nishant Patil, '19, who both scored an 800 on the math section of the SAT. Welcome to the 800 Club!

Congratulations to Malachi Gregory, '20, who won the PTSA Reflections Cobb County competition for Music Composition.

Congratulations to Magnet Alumnus, Kurt Klinkmueller, '14, and his Capstone team from West Point who won 2nd Place at the Soldier Design Competition at MIT. Their project/presentation was judged first at West Point and then six West Point teams went to MIT to compete in the final round there. View the video that was part of the presentation.

Congratulations to Morris Wan,'20, who made the 2018 USNCO Honors List which represents the top 144 students who competed in the Chemistry Olympiad. 

Congratulations to the Wheeler Academic Bowl team who finished as state runner-up in 'High Q' competition. Andrew McEntaggart, Andrew Benecchi, Rex Martin, Aaron Moss, and teacher sponsor, Sean Kurkjian.

The CircuitRunners met with Congresswoman Handel at the local Roswell District Office! 

Magnet Alums, Evan Gillon,'15 and DJ Aladesami,'15, have been elected 2018-2019 Georgia Tech SGA President and Vice President respectively.
Congratulations to Ajanta Choudury, Jessica Kan, Derek Rizzi, and Thomas Summe who each received a $500 scholarship from the Academic Booster Club.

Congratulations to Anusha Moudgal who is the recipient of the 2018 CSCA Son/Daughter Scholarship in the amount of $500.

MJ Lock,'18, has been named a 2018 Georgia Scholar. Georgia Scholars are students who have carried exemplary course loads during their four years of high school; who performed excellently in all courses; who successfully participated in interscholastic events at their schools and in their communities; and who have assumed active roles in extracurricular activities sponsored by their schools. Each Georgia Scholar receives a seal for his or her diploma.

On April 28, Gareth Thompson, '19, won first place in the Georgia District Kiwanis Foundation statewide music talent competition in Leesburg Georgia, playing Toccata Opus 54 by Jeno Takacs on piano.  He was awarded the first place prize, a $3,500 scholarship award.

Wheeler's Academic Bowl Team will be competing in the Semi-Finals on WSB's High Q on Saturday, May 5 at 12:30pm against Marist. You can tune in and watch on WSBTV. Good Luck to  Aaron Moss, Rex Martin, Andrew McEntaggart & Andrew Benecchi.

Congratulations to Hanna Waltz,'19, who scored a perfect 36 on the Math, Reading, English and Composite of the ACT!

Stephen Fuller, Caroline Lanier, Cameron Ragan, & Siddharth Verma won the Treemendous PlayHouse Competition for Smith Gilbert Gardens in Kennesaw. The project will be an intricately designed, walkable tunnel and will be featured in the botanical gardens throughout the summer months. A special thanks to Ms. Bolen, the Wheeler drafting teacher, for enabling our ideas to come to life.

Congratulations to this year's UGA Certificate of Merit students! Every year the University of Georgia identifies students in the top 5% of their high school and recognizes their academic achievements by awarding them a certificate of merit. The 2018 UGA Certificate of Merit awardees are:

Fianko Buckle
Ishan Chadha
Caden Felton
Stephen Fuller
Rucha Gharpure
Ayush Goyal
Raymond Jiang
Michael Jin
Andrew Kehoe
Andrew Kell
Andrew Koo
Vanessa Leonardo
Arya Mevada

Abigail Ochal
Shivam Patel
Nishanth Patil
Abhinav Piplani
Adam Profili
Anoushka Satoskar
Shraddha Sekhar
Keshav Shenoy
Jacob Smith
Andrew Tran
David Weinberg
Daniel Zhou

Congratulations to Max Pakula, who was a member of a team of architecture students that won 2nd place in the AIA High School Architecture Design Competition on April 17. The students competed in the Group Advanced Program level and designed a Community Athletics and Wellness Center situated in Downtown Atlanta, at the location of the former Georgia Dome. More info

Congratulations to our newest 800 club member, Gareth Thompson,'19. He scored an 800 on the math section of the SAT.

Raymond Jiang,'19 & Andrew McEntaggart,'19 placed in the top 2% of the state at the 2018 KSU Math Competition!

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