Above: The winners of the American Health Professions Students (HOSA) Spring Conference.
National Council of Women in Technology Computing Aspirations, RI Affiliate
Advisor: Holly Eaves
The Academic Decathlon is a national competition between teams of 9 students in 10 subjects. Each year, a different theme is the focus of study from October to March, when the state competition takes place. This year’s theme was “Water: an essential resource”. The whole team ranked 1st in the departmental competition. Individuals placed in gold, silver or bronze in their divisions for some of the 10 individual events. Several students also won medals at national competitions, with the team scoring 6th for the division. Advisor: Ben Revkin
Cayetano Sanchez IV
First Tech Robotics Challenge 2022
The team finished in 3rd place out of 35 competing high schools in Rhode Island. Advisor: Keith Doucette
2022 Eastern Region Art and Writing School Prize Recipients
These people are students of Stacey Munzart, Marc Brocato, Deanna Agresti and Jennifer Steffy.
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
The East Greenwich Chapter won awards in 27 of the 33 events members attended at the state level. This tally includes 17 first places and scholarships. Students ranked first and second qualify for the National Leadership Conference June 29-July 2, 2022 in Chicago. Advisor: Patricia Page
Ella Di Traglia
Hack for global good
The high school team won the Global Impact Award 2022 at the Hack for Global Good. Their proposal focused on identifying bold solutions to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for every child in the world. Advisor: Patricia Page
World Economic Symposium
On March 25, high school teams from seven states (Ill., La., Mass., NJ, NY, RI, and Texas) and the District of Columbia participated in the 8th Annual Global Economic Symposium hosted by Blacks on Wall Street and Empower Yourself Ltd. The Global Economic Symposium (GES) is a team-based and research-based learning experience for high school students that requires them to research a contemporary global issue and recommend sustainable economic actions, policies, and practices that have and can help mitigate the impact of this challenge globally and locally. Students present their findings and defend their financially feasible recommendations before a panel of industry executives, national thought and policy leaders, and post-secondary scholars. The first-place team from East Greenwich High School won an all-expenses-paid trip to New York City on Friday, June 18, where they will meet with financial industry executives and ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange. Advisor: Patricia Page
Cayetano (Guy) Sanchez IV
Eric Anastasio Blackiston
National Model United Nations Conference in New York
Advisor: Jody Mangiaratti
Cayetano Sanchez received the Award of Merit (3rd place) for the commission of the Parliament of Catalonia.
HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America) Spring Leadership Conference Medalists
Advisor: James Mire
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Note: All SLC Medalists are qualified to participate in their respective events at the International Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, June 22-25.
National French competition
Cole Students (Professor Monica Cardi):
EGHS students (teacher Julie Varone):
PPAC Arts Scholarship
Professor Lisa Offiller
Rhode Island Financial Challenge
Teacher Ellise Wolff, Cole Middle School
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