Congratulations to the following students whose winning Reflections entries advanced to the East Cobb County Council level of competition: Literature -
9th - Alex Pace,
10th - William Cooper, Visual Arts -
11th - Ravi Parashar.
Congratulations to the following students for scoring an 800 in one or more areas of the SAT.
Karan Achtani, '16 - Reading & Math
Chelsea Chen, '16 - Reading & Math
Kevin Zhou, '16 - Math
Shruti Kulkarni, '15 - Writing
Lauren Nguyen, '15 - Reading
The Wheeler Morning News Students had a live Election Night broadcast on the web. This idea was created by Magnet Senior, Jacob Lanier, and grewn into an amazing collaboration between members of Wheeler's student government and the morning broadcast film team.
Congratulations to Martin Noyd,'15, our newest Club 36 member. Martin scored a 36 on the English portion of the ACT.
Congratulations to all of our students who received recognition in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program:
National Merit Commended
National Merit Semifinalist
|Congratulations to all of our students who received recognition in the 2015 National Achievement Scholarship Program:
|National Achievement Commended
|National Achievement Semifinalist
Congratulations to Martin Cheung, '15, for winning the Sweeny Student Achievement Award. He will receive a scholarship from the Achievement Foundation.
Darren Tan,'16, won the 2014 Georgia YoYo Contest and placed 3rd Overall in the 1A Division. He has been playing for over 2 years. View his winning performance.
Congratulations to our GRITS Robotics Team for winning the Coopertition Award at the state competition at the Georgia World Congress Center. This award was given for the students' willingness to assist other teams, extensive outreach program, and exceptional leadership. They also made it to semi-finals as part of the 1st seed alliance! This year's team was led by Amanda Firestone, advised by several upperclassmen, and consisted entirely of freshmen and sophomores. They also worked closely with engineering mentors from Lockheed. Way to go, GRITS!
Magnet junior, Alexandria Hopkins, who helped start the student athletic training program at Wheeler was featured in the Marietta Daily Journal. Read the article and find out more about Alexandria's work keeping Wheeler's athletes healthy.
Congratulations to Samuel Yapkowitz,'15, our newest Club 36 member. He scored a 36 on the Reading section of the ACT.
Wheeler wins the 2014 STEM Certified School Outreach Award. Wheeler has received this recognition for helping other schools seeking to develop STEM Programs. For more information about the awards click here.