CREST Featured in the Maricopa County Superintendent of Education's 'Where's Watson' Video Series

Alexandra Rolfness Nominated for the CTE Presidential Scholar program

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 Program Featured in the Online Chamber News

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Alex Schmelzeis and Harry Lisk Named 2019 National Merit Scholars

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CREST Student Genevieve Craven Earns the 2019 Baird Scholarship for the University of Arizona

CREST in the News

Jonah Rolfness Tracks Near-Earth Comet as Part of CREST Internship

  • 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.

CREST Students Named 2019 Phoenix District Young Man and Woman of the Year

  • CREST 12th grade students Genevieve Craven, Mac McGraw, and Matthew Morales were recently awarded the 2019 City of Phoenix District Outstanding Young Man and Woman of the Year. In addition, Genevieve was named the 2019 City of Phoenix Outstanding Young Woman of the Year. Read the full article here.

9th Grade Students Sweep 2019 Arizona eCybermission Contest Awards

  • CREST 9th grade students Cyler Minkus, Henry Garland, and Alex Kurz won first place in Arizona and were a top-three finisher in the Western Region for the 2018-19 U.S. Army eCybermission competition. Students submitted their semester-long STEM research project to to the competition. 
    • Two other teams completed a top three sweep of the Arizona eCybermission contest:
      • 2nd place finishers are: Sydney Nelson, Karina Ibarra, and Paul Saulnier.
      • Honorable mention are: Chloe Rozalsky, Jackson Headon, and Ian Roberts.
      • All students earned U.S. Savings Bonds for their accomplishments.

CREST Students Earn 2019 National Merit Scholarships

  • March 2019 - Congrats to seniors Alex Schmelzeis and Harry Lisk!

Alex Rossi Wins 2015 AZ Science and Engineering Fair Competition, Qualifies for the International Science and Engineering Fair

Arizona Horizons Interview

January 26, 2015 – PVHS CREST student Kelsie Lucas and Biotech instructor Michelle Landreville were featured on Channel 8's Arizona Horizon program.