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The Center for Advanced Studies has been awarded STEM Certification from the Georgia Department of Education.
We are the first program in Georgia to be awarded this designation and the 1st to be Re-Certified!



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The Wheeler Magnet Program was awarded STEAM Certification by the State of Georgia! We are the 1st High School program in the State of Georgia to become STEAM certified! Follow our journey from STEM to STEAM.

Congratulations to Laura Zhang, for being the Wheeler recipient of the Margie Hatfield Scholarship for ECCC PTA schools.

Congratulations to Patty Pace, Wheeler's Volunteer of the Year. Patty has worked tirelessly on heading up Academic Booster Club with events and information that have greatly benefited the entire school. Thank you, Patty!

Congratulations to Joshua Mishkin, '18, who was accepted into the Summer Scholars Research Program at the Winship Cancer Institute at Emory. He will be one of 10 students selected to participate in a 6 week long program working with research scientists and clinical oncologist engaged in research at the Emory University School of Medicine.

Congratulations to Vivek Raman who was accepted to EarthCare: The Leadership Challenge for 21st Century Leaders. EarthCare will take place on the campus of Georgia College & State University in June.

Congratulations to Erin Leydon on her acceptance into the  Summer Science Program (SSP) in Astrophysics this summer at New Mexico Institute of Technology.  SSP is  affiliated with MIT and CalTech.

Congratulations to the following students who were chosen as Furman Scholars because of their strong academic potential, leadership, and commitment to extracurricular activities and community service. Alexander Madison, Tristan Hollon-Brooks, Malini Patel, Harry Mullen

On April 29th, for the third year in a row, Carys Thompson, '18, won the Smyrna Kiwanis Club's music competition, and will represent them with her piano talents in Albany, GA for Georgia Kiwanis Annual Music & Art Showcase.  She will perform Chopin's Etude Opus 10 no.8.

Congratulations to Nikhil Jindia,'18, and Raymond Jiang,'19, our newest 800 Club members! Nikhil and Raymond scored an 800 on the Math portion of the SAT.

Congratulations to Gareth Thompson,‘19, who was accepted into the 21st Century Leadership Summer Youth Leadership Institute (SYLI) at the Goizueta Business School at Emory University. He will be one of 75 students selected from across Georgia to participate in a week-long dynamic and business-focused leadership development program exploring different facets of the business world and specific industries through hands-on workshops with passionate professionals, networking opportunities and corporate tours.

Congratulations to the Wheeler Robotics Team, The CircuitRunners, for being the Captain of the finalist alliance at the FIRST FRC Regional in Athens this past weekend and qualifying for the World Championships!

Congratulations to MJ Lock,'18, who is one of 75 students from across Georgia to be accepted  into the 21st Century Leaders program and the Turner Voices Youth Media Institute. She will attend a week-long intensive "All Things Turner" program at Georgia Tech featuring workshops and roundtables led by Turner executives, in-depth tours of CNN or Turner Studios, networking events with Turner employees, and a competitive, team-based media challenge.

Congratulations to Mitchell Landrum,'18, our newest member of Club 36. Mitchell scored a 36 on the Reading section of the ACT

The following students have been accepted to attend GHP this summer.  Please extend a congratulations to them for their hard work and preparation in this process.

Zachary Yahn, Engineering
Arvin Poddar, Engineering
Ryan Davis, Engineering
Ishaan Rischie, Science
Udochukwu Eze, Science

Keshav Shenoy, Social Studies
Briti Nandi, World Languages - Latin
Amithav Reddy, World Languages - Spanish
Carys Thompson, World Languages - Spanish

Congratulations to Tori Kraj,'17, who competed in the East Cobb Kiwanis Music Showcase on Sunday.  She performed an excerpt of Kuhlau's Op. 10b, No. 3 Capriccio from 12 Variations and Solos for Flute and won 1st place. She is progressing on to the state level competition. 

Congratulations to Ishaan Richie,'18, for scoring a 36 on the English portion of the SAT. Welcome to Club 36!

Congratulations to Amanda Firestone,'17, who was asked to be a guest speaker for GA FIRST Robotics, at the Georgia Technology Summit at the Cobb Galleria. The event drew over 1,300 C-level executives, entrepreneurs, technology professionals, and academia who came together to celebrate and recognize Georgia’s technology community. 


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