Pre-K-6th grade students returning for in-person learning will begin on February 16, and students in grades 7-12 will return on February 22.
Expect More Arizona is "the movement for world-class education" in Arizona. View their article about CREST.
Kyle is an environmental studies and political science major with a minor in theatre arts. Informed by his performance background, he works to advance climate justice by building emotional consensus. Read more about Kyle...
SABRE STUDIOS, William KO, Lucas Grunden, Mrityunjay (MJ) Paudel, and Nishanth Pallapu are the National STEM competition winners in the Creating Community During COVID STEM competition, sponsored by the ESA Foundation. These students competed to design the best video game that created a sense of community and provided another outlet for ways to stay connected and engaged during COVID!
The grand prize winners, Sabre Studios (Paradise Valley Unified School District, AZ) will receive a $500 console store gift card and be able to choose their own premium swag bag. Additionally, they have the chance to discuss their winning concept with a nationally recognized game studio.
(These students did this competition as part of the Computer Science club activity.)
Megan Howell, Ocean Covington, and Laysa Sreenivasan received the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Award for Aspirations in Computing, The award recognizes 9th-12th grade students who self-identify as women, genderqueer, or non-binary for their computing-related achievements and interests, as part of an effort to encourage a divers range to student to choose careers in technology. Read more details on their award here.
Isabella Santoni, CREST Senior Bioscience student, was name one of 60 Presidential Scholars as part of the 2021 U.S. Presidential Scholars program. She was recognized in two categories, Academics and the Arts, one of only three students so recognized. Read the news release here.
CREST students were recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation as outstanding scholars.
National Merit Semi-Finalist can complete some tasks to be named National Merit Scholars.
Flinn - Julia Groman - Read the article.
National Merit Scholars - Raghav Warrier, Pragnyai Karlapudi, Amulya Bhaskara ,
National Merit Commended -
UT Austin McDermott - Amulya Bhaskara
University of Arizona STAMPS - Pragnya Karlapudi
Alexandra Rolfness is one of five Arizona CTE students nominated by Cathie Raymond, Deputy State Superintendent/State Director, Career and Technical Education, Arizona Department of Education, for the 2019-20 U.S. Presidential Scholars in Career and Technical Education. Alex was chosen on the basis of her academic rigor, technical competency, professional employability skills, and ingenuity and creativity. She now moves on to compete to become one 20 national scholars in Career and Technical Education.
Alex is a Bioscience senior in the CREST program. Previous nominees include CREST Bioscience student Mac McGraw.
CREST Engineering student, Jonah Rolfness, recently completed his 2019 CREST Program internship with the Summer Science Program at the New Mexico Institute of Technology. Jonah spent the summer tracking a near-Earth asteroid. Read all the details in this press release.
January 26, 2015 – PVHS CREST student Kelsie Lucas and Biotech instructor Michelle Landreville were featured on Channel 8's Arizona Horizon program.