Thirteen high school science research students attended the annual 2017 Long Island Science Congress to discuss their research projects. Not only were each of the participants awarded ribbons for their research, students Samantha Cashton, Jaclyn Corbin and Kyleigh Watson received Honors Level Awards in recognition for their impressive presentation of research results.
The High School Guidance Department held the annual Junior Class Awards Program on June 2. This program, under the coordination of school counselor Margaret Swanson, affords the high school the opportunity to recognize juniors who have demonstrated academic success, as well as those who have made contributions to the school and community. Various colleges and universities participate in the Junior Awards Program, offering scholarship opportunities and prize books.
High school 10th-grade students Erika Meagher and Claire Riis ranked nationally and received Bronze medals based on their performance on Le Grand Concours, a national competition sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of French.
Wantagh High School senior athletes congregated in the auditorium on College Day to reveal the local, regional and national colleges and universities they will be attending this fall, as well as their commitment to college sport teams. In all, 33 athletes will be continuing their sports on the college level this fall.
We took our reading and math students to Citi Field on Thursday, April 27th to show the connection between reading and math and how these two subjects work together in real life situations. Our AP Statistics and College Statistics students will guide and show our Reading students how math applies to baseball excitement.