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The Magnet Office is closed for the summer. We will be back on July 25. If you are in need of a transcript or Certificate of Enrollment you can obtain these from the Wheeler Counseling Office on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 8:00 - 12:00.

Congratulations to our newest members of Club 36, Kar Shin Lin, '16 and Mohini Gharpure,'16. Kar Shin scored a 36 on the English section of the ACT and Mohini scored a 36 on the Science section.

Congratulations to the Wheeler F1 in Schools Team! They won 2nd Place at the National Competition and will be competing at the World Competition. Team members: Jonathan Shoemaker, Kia Safai, Ajinkya Sawant, Nathanael Tappin, Ari Satinoff, Virinchi Puligundla, and Sarfaraz Syed.

Congratulations to our newest member of Club 36, Will Cooper, '17! Will scored a 36 on both the English and Science sections of the ACT.

Chelsea Chen has been selected as an AT&T's 2016 Asian Pacific Islanders for Professional and Community Advancement (APCA) Scholarship recipient! APCA is a non-profit Employee Resource Group of AT&T that focuses on promoting the advantages of diversity in our work place and community. The scholarship committee stated that they were very impressed with Chelsea's academic, community and personal achievements in making a difference in the community.

County Math Competition Winners

  • Henrik Boecken won 1st Place at the KSU Mathematics Competition
  • Wheeler's Varsity Team won 3rd Place in the County
  • Andrew McEntaggart won 3rd Place in the County
  • Shrey Nagnur and Virinchi Puligundla are GHP Mathematics State Winners

Congratulations to Mihir Bellamkonda,'17, for earning the highest possible ACT Composite score of 36. ACT Inc. reports that less than one-tenth of 1 percent of students who take the ACT earn the top score. Among ACT-tested US high school graduates in the class of 2015, only 1,598 out of 1.92 million students earned an ACT Composite score of 36.

The Wheeler Team won 2nd place in the Novice Division of Lockheed Martin's Codequest Competition this past Saturday, April 30! Congrats to team members, Ryan MarinoNigel NderiJonathan Lashgari, & teacher sponsor, Latrice Wicker!

Congratulations to our newest 800 Club and Club 36 members!
- James Johnston,'17, scored a 36 on the Science section of the ACT
- Irene Vargheese,
'16, scored a 36 on the English section of the ACT.
- Ammu Kummar
,'16, scored an 800 on Math section of SAT. 
- Jessica Liebich,'17, scored a 36 on the English section of the ACT.

Noah Cole,'16, won 3rd place for undergraduate research at the KSU Computing Showcase for his research titled, "Defensive Programming Methodology".

Congratulations to our newest Club 36 member, Ria Thakkar, '17. Ria scored a 36 on both the Math and Writing sections of the ACT.

Congratulations to Gillian McPherson, '17,  for scoring an 800 on the Reading section of the SAT and a 36 on the Reading section of the ACT! Welcome to the 800 Club and Club 36!

Congratulations to our students, staff and parents on our Georgia STEM Re-Certification! We are the first in the state to earn this recognition!

Congratulations to the CircuitRunners FRC team led by Shashwat Kasturey for winning the Judges' Award at the KSU District Event this April 8-10. This award recognizes teams that show persistent improvement and strategic competence. The team also competed in the Quarterfinalist alliance, earning the highest score in the state (170 points) and will be advancing to the District Championship held at UGA from April 13-15. Mr. Roy Al George was named as a posthumous finalist for the Woodie Flowers Award for the state of Georgia and Amanda Firestone, former GRITS lead and current co-president, was one of two Dean's List Finalists chosen to move on to compete at the state level.

Congratulations to Claudia Vernedoe as the winner of the 2015-16 Most Positive Gymnastics Athlete in Cobb County.

Congratulations to Victoria Kraj, the Georgia Affiliate Award winner for "Aspirations in Computing" from the National Center for Women & Information in Technology (NCWIT) and Laura Zhang, the Georgia Affiliate Runner Up.

For the third year in a row, Wheeler High School has been named Cobb County's Most Positive School. Congratulations Wildcats! 

A huge thank you to our Courtyard Cleanup Crew headed by Hanna Waltz. They spent Saturday morning cleaning up the Magnet Courtyard!

Congratulations to Sneha Divan,'17, our newest 800 Club member! Sneha earned an 800 on the Math portion of the SAT.

Congratulations to Grant Anderson,'19 who received his Eagle Scout award in March!

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