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Two Juniors Attend Congress of Future Medical Leaders

In June, Rose Milano '20 and Mi Phan '20 attended the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston, MA. During the prestigious three-day conference, they attended numerous sessions with leading scientists and physicians, were able to watch a live surgery, and were inspired by some of the nation's top recognized young people in the future of medicine.

For their participation, Mi and Rose received Awards of Excellence. They were recognized at the all-school assembly on Monday, October 15.


(L-R) Assistant Principal John Sullivan, Mi Phan '20, Rose Milano '20, President Katy Prebble

Senior Named National Hispanic Recognition Program Finalist

Josephine "Jo" Matta '19 has been recognized as a Finalist in the National Hispanic Recognition Program.

The National Hispanic Recognition Program, sponsored by the College Board, recognizes high-achieving Hispanic/Latino students who take the PSAT and score above the minimum required PSAT Selection Index score. The Selection Index in Maryland is one of the highest scores, making it extremely difficult to achieve this accomplishment in this area. In addition to the PSAT score, students that are named finalists must have at least a cumulative 3.5 GPA. Approximately 2% of the Hispanic/Latino juniors in the nation who take the PSAT are recognized as finalists for the program.

Jo was recognized at the all-school assembly on Monday, October 15.


Jo Matta '19 (center) with Assistant Principal John Sullivan and President Katy Prebble

Chesapeake Bay Foundation Field Trip

Taking the classroom outdoors, the 18 juniors and seniors in the IB Environmental Systems and Societies class attended the annual Chesapeake Bay Foundation field trip October 1-3. The group traveled to the CBF's Karen Noonan Environmental Education Center located in Maryland's Blackwater Wildlife Refuge. While there they learned about the ecology of the Chesapeake Bay and efforts to protect this important resource. Activities including marsh mucking, setting crab pots and analyzing data, oyster raking, capturing marsh organisms using different netting techniques, and viewing the Milky Way Galaxy. While there the girls also followed a sustainable living challenge, including reducing water usage, lowering electricity usage and eliminating food waste.



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