A team of ETHS students won the 2012 Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering (WYSE) regional competition. Headquartered at the University of Illinois, the WYSE Academic Challenge is a statewide competition that administers a series of tests in biology, chemistry, physics, computer science, mathematics, and English to high school teams and individuals. Among the fourteen
Connor, a junior at Evanston Township High School, took first place in Principles of Finance at the recent Illinois DECA State Career Development Conference, held in Decatur. Connor’s first-place win qualifies him to be one of three students representing Illinois to compete in the Principles of Finance event at the DECA International Conference to be
Taylor has been awarded the 2012 Tom Gebhardt Journalism Scholarship by the Northern Illinois School Press Association. Each year the award is given to high school students who are interested in pursuing journalism as a major in college and further as a career. Honorees receive a cash prize as part of the award.
The Evanston Township High School (ETHS) student newspaper, The Evanstonian, placed third in the 2012 IHSA Journalism Sectionals in Romeoville. Anna, who placed first in Yearbook Copy Writing, went on to earn a sixth-place medal in Yearbook Copy Writing at the IHSA Journalism State finals held at Eastern Illinois University. Four ETHS journalism students earned
Theo received a Silver Award Medal at the Midwest Chinese Speech Contest held at Northside Prep High School in Chicago in April 2012.
Natalie was among three high school volunteers, three Northwestern University volunteers, and five community volunteers honored at a reception at Northwestern University in February 2012. Natalie was recognized for her volunteer work with soup kitchens in the Evanston area, planning and attending orientations, events, and more. A student at Evanston Township High School, Natalie is
Andrew Pink learned to play volleyball at Baker with Mr. Beck as his P.E. teacher. Since then, he attended Evanston Township High School, studied at Rutgers, and moved to Germany. Eventually, his love of the game led him back to his father’s native Great Britain to be named to their Olympic team for the 2012
Mozzi, together with his teammate, earned the CIMIT (Center for Integration of Medicine and Technology) second-place prize of $100,000 for technology innovations in primary health care. They developed a unique and promising home-monitoring approach for early detection of dangerous crises in patients suffering from chronic congestive heart failure. The competition began in February 2012, with
Natalie Jacobson ’10, Conor Siegel ’09, and Julia Crowley Farenga ’08 helped fulfill Baker’s mission of “serving the world” by assuming leadership for one of the largest and most integral student clubs at ETHS.