Congratulations to our newest member of Club 36, Hayeon Cho,'16! Hayeon scored a 36 on the Math section of the ACT.
Congratulations to Alissa Ji, '16, who scored an 800 on both the Math and Writing sections of the SAT. Welcome to the 800 Club!
Congratulations to Troy Bresch,'16, our newest Club 36 member! Troy scored a 36 on the science section of the ACT.
The Wheeler Debate Team attended the Sequoyah debate tournament on Saturday 11/7. Special congratulations to the following students: JV 1st place Speaker - Grace Whittington, JV 5th place Speaker - Keshav Shenoy, JV Semifinalist Teams: Kevin Jaiwant and Amithav Reddy, Grace Whittington and Keshav Shenoy,
Judges: Alec Agee, Stephen Pokowitz, and Ria Thakkar
Congratulations to Matthew Dirksen, the Magnet Learning Links Tutor of the Month for October.
Congratulations to Kevin Zhou,'16, our newest Club 36 member! Kevin scored a 36 on the math section of the ACT.
Congratulations to Grace Maloney,'16, for being named 1 of 10 State Finalists for the Wendy's Heisman Award out of over 1000 applicants!
Congratulations to Prit Shah,'16, for scoring an 800 on the math section of the SAT. Welcome to the 800 Club!
Kudos to the CircuitRunners, Wheeler's Robotics Team, for their 1st place finish at the BEST Competition on Oct 24. They not only won the Robot Competition but also the Al George Electronics Award, given to the team with the best use of electronics on the robot, the Most Robust Robot Award and most importantly the BEST Award!
Wheeler's debate team competed at the Alpharetta High School debate tournament on October 24 and had some great results! Congrats to all our teams who participated and special noting to the following, JV - Grace Whittington and Ajanta Choudhury - Champions, Surya Sundaram and Jessica Kan - Quarterfinalists, Grace Whittington - 1st Place Speaker,
and Ajanta Choudhury - 2nd Place Speaker. Novice: Keshav Shenoy and Vivek Pai - Octofinalists and Abhinav Piplani and Andrew Koo - Octofinalists.
Congratulations to Ishan Chadha,'19 for being selected as the high school STEM Talk winner for the state. The GA STEM Forum is a really important event for GA educators who are searching for new ways to incorporate STEM into GA schools. He was selected as the STEMtalk winner out of hundreds of submissions and is invited to be a keynote speaker for the luncheon on Oct 27 in Athens. View his STEMtalk