Today the Delaware Valley Science Council announces the area students recognized in 2021 for outstanding achievement in STEM fields. These high school seniors were all finalists in an earlier phase of the competition, having submitted exceptional applications for judging earlier this year, and sitting for interviews with area scientists in May.
|Arielle Zabusky||Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy||Rueben Shaw Memorial Award|
|Maya Butani||Moorestown High School||Harold Bernhardt Memorial Award|
|Madeline Denker||Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy||McKinley Stevens Memorial Award|
|Arushi Mittal||North Penn High School||Board of Directors Award|
|Arnab Sircar||Unionville High School||ACS Philadelphia Section|
|Rebecca Chou||The Lawrenceville School||Edyth Malin AWIS-PHL Science Award|
|Nick Zhu||Archmere Academy||Excellence in Science Award|
|Nicholas Cerone||The Episcopal Academy||Excellence in Science Award|
|Katherine Li||Garnet Valley High School||Excellence in Science Award|
|Sophia Jarrar||Upper Dublin High School||Excellence in Science Award|
|Anny Shi||Princeton Day School||Excellence in Science Award|
|Jenny Fan||Princeton Day School||Excellence in Science Award|
|Helena He||Princeton International School of Mathematics and Science||Excellence in Science Award|
|Katherine Daniels||Council Rock North High School||Excellence in Science Award|
|Colin Kick||The Episcopal Academy||Excellence in Science Award|
|Jaidyn Morales-Devine||Bristol High School||Excellence in Science Award|
|Caleb Schmitt||Haverford High School||Excellence in Science Award|
Congratulations to all! Cash awards and certificates will be mailed shortly.
Again, thank you for your interest in the sciences and STEM; we wish the best for you in 2022 as you continue your education – and hope to see you involved in successful careers in these fields in a few years.