... all the Henry winners from last week's JMUN conference. Thanks also to these Henry students who provided excellent leadership at the conference, acting as chairs, pages, secretaries-general, greeters, actors and role models. The students worked as a solid team and took care of all of it:
Johanna Matt-Navarro Klaus Leka
Orion Brody Natalie Gates
Diwash Shresthra Darren Henry
Lauren Matsomoto Rachel Preddy
Sammy Seaver Brianna Pinto
Jack Kurz Chad Osorno
Mariel Nelson Olivia Young
Holy Barnhart Yanni Thai
Sadie Hui Emily Mittleman
Nico Armenta Joey Schindler
Iya Lindahl Michael Running
Katie O'Nell Cole Anderson
Gabby Blizard Ben Brown
Mariah Razak Jessica Mathis
Kellen Gaughan (Wed) Samuel Stevens
Alayne Austin Kellen Everett
... Sara Kornfeld Simpson, one of two San Diego high school students to be accepted for the National Symphony Orchestra Summer Music Institute of 2014 at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. This nationally and internationally recognized intensive training program takes place annually at the Kennedy Center, offering private lessons, chamber music coaching, and orchestral experience.
Read the full press release.
2nd Place Male and Female Cadet Challenges
2nd Place Overall Team Cadet Challenges
1st Place Best Platoon Trophy
3rd Place Best Drill Color Guard Competition
2nd Place Academic Team Competition
3rd Place for the Stillwell Trophy (a highly regarded place given for overall performance)
Congratulations to Our JROTC Cyber-Patriots: The Cyber-Patriot team won first place in the Cisco Networking Challenge and 3rd place over all in the All Services Division:
"All Service Division: ... Third Place: Team 'Rodney's House,' Patrick Henry High School, San Diego, Calif. (Navy JROTC)."
Read the full text the Wall Street Journal Article.
Congratulations to Joey Schindler for being selected for Boys State winner. American Legion Boys State is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for U.S. high school students. A participatory program in which students become part of the operation of local, county and state government, Boys State was founded in 1935 to counter the socialism-inspired Young Pioneer Camps.
At Boys State, participants learn the rights, privileges and responsibilities of franchised citizens. The training is objective and centers on the structure of city, county and state governments.
Legion posts select high school juniors to attend the program. Joey Schindler was selected to from Patrick Henry high to attend Boys State in Sacramento this summer and we are proud to have him represent Patrick Henry!