Nearly 600 students in Washington, Idaho, Montana and Alaska put together inspiring work at this year’s Holocaust Center for Humanity (HCH) contest. Out of all those entries, four Nikola Tesla STEM High School students placed in the top three. This year’s “Celebrating Life: 2022 Holocaust Writing, Art, and Film Contest,” put on by HCH, challenges students to explore the history and stories of the Holocaust.
Redmond High School student is second to win national Young Achiever award in 2020-21 school year
Positive role model. Successful achiever. Good citizen. These are all phrases that define an International Leadership Network Young Achiever. Redmond High School freshman Vanesha Hari was recently named a 2021 Young Achiever in the 8-10 grade category. She is the only person from Washington state and just one of 16 in the country to be recognized with this award in her age group. Clara Barton Elementary fifth grader Gaurangi Gupta was also named a 2021 Young Achiever for her age group this year.
According to their website, Young Achievers is a nationwide program that promotes community as well as the positive accomplishments of young people. They are also recognized as good citizens in their schools and communities and competent scholars who have achieved success in a variety of areas.