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15 FUHSD students announced as Siemens Competition Semifinalists, with four moving forward to the Regional Finals

Congratulations to the 15 talented scientists from FUHSD announced this week as Semifinalists in the Siemens Competition in Math, Science and Technology: Rajiv Nelakanti from Fremont High School; Kelly Ho and Ethan Hsiao from Cupertino High School; Anika Cheerla, Arjun Subramonian and Iris Xia from Monta Vista High School; and Charles Huang, Flora Huang, Athrv Khoche, Rohan Koodli, Andrew Li, Abhinav Naikawadi, Melissa Wei, Peter Wu and Matthew Zhou from Lynbrook High School.

 

Four of these incredible students are moving forward to the Regional Finals in November: Kelly Ho and Ethan Hsiao from CHS, Charles Huang from LHS and Arjun Subramonian from MVHS.

 

The Siemens Competition is the nation’s premier competition in math, science and technology for high school students.  Every year, students submit innovative individual and team research projects to regional and national levels of competition as they vie for college scholarships ranging from $1,000 up to $100,000.

Posted by: Rachel Zlotziver Published:10/19/17
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