Accolades

  •  Four fourth-grade winners of the Stock Market Game and their 2 teachers.

    Saddle Rock Students Win Big in Stock Market Game

    Saddle Rock fourth graders Quentin Karunungan, Aiden Li, Damien Zheng, and Richard Zheng came in third place out of 58 Long Island elementary teams in the Stock Market Game.

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  •   Two NCTE Writing Award winners are pictured together in the school library

    North High Students Win National Writing Competition

    North High Senior Nina Zar is the top award winner and junior Katherine Zhao is one of four runners-up in the National Writing Award competition sponsored by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE).

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  •   Large group photo of South High students and two math teachers immediately before the AIME exam

    American Invitational Mathematics Exam Qualifiers

    Seventeen South High School students and three South Middle School students qualified for the American Invitational Mathematics Exam (AIME), which is an invitation-only exam offered for students who performed exceptionally well on the national American Mathematics Competition exam last November.

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  •  Yearbook photos of four high school students who are 2024 US Presidential Scholar Candidates

    U.S. Presidential Scholar Candidates

    Four GNPS seniors have been announced as candidates in the 2024 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program: Xiongningfan (Benny) Wang from North High School, and Kirin Chan, Lillian Lin, Aman Thawani from South High School.

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  • A large group photo of three teams from South High wearing their medals at the regional competition

    South High Takes First Place at Regional Science Olympiad

    For the fourth consecutive year, a Science Olympiad team from South High School captured first place at the Nassau West Regional Science Olympiad. The winning team will advance to the New York State Science Olympiad in March.

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