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Swaroon Sridhar is the valedictorian of Mountain Pointe High School's Class of 2013. He was one of 20 recipients of the Flinn Scholarship, the most prestigious award an Arizona student can receive. He was also the top overall scorer in the 2013 Arizona State Academic Decathlon and 10th in the United States in Round 3 Academic Decathlon Competition.
Mesa’s Red Mountain High School finished fourth overall in its first U.S. Academic Decathlon last week.
Mesa’s Red Mountain High School’s Academic Decathlon will make its big-stage debut next month at the national scholastic decathlon competition, after dominating the state finals last weekend.
Mesa's Red Mountain High School Academic Decathlon team won the state competition, held Friday and Saturday at ASU West. The team garnered 48,408 points after competing in 10 events: essay, speech and interview plus seven written tests focused on mathematics, science, economics, language and literature, music, art and social science.
Mesa’s Red Mountain and Mountain View high schools were the top two point-getters during regional Academic Decathlon competitions this past weekend.
Craig Luketich, the long-time principal at Mesa’s Mountain View High School, is retiring from his position at the end of the school year.
Curt Canaday of Mesa’s Mountain View High School was recently honored with the 2011 Coach Jesse Parker Legacy Award. Canaday’s dedication as an educator, “who inspires students to become outstanding members of society,” was cited by the Coach Jesse Parker Legacy Foundation in giving the honor.
I have a bone to pick with Ray Rafford.
Mesa's Mountain View High School recently won the regional Academic Decathlon, which tests students on several academic areas, from math to history and art.
Several East Valley high schools are strong contenders in this weekend's Arizona Academic Decathlon competition.
The Tribune has selected five outstanding graduating high school seniors as the All-Tribune Scholars of 2009. The students, nominated by their schools, were chosen based on their scholastic accomplishments, and school and community activities. They represent some of the best academic talent in East Valley high schools.
Three Queen Creek High School sophomores who qualified for a world academic competition in South Korea are concerned they may not get a chance to represent their school.
The sounds of quiet conversation and paper rustling fill a stuffy classroom at Mountain Pointe High School with a tense buzz as students huddle around fat notebooks preparing for competition.
Jessica Good and her classmates from Westwood High School had a lot on their agendas. “Right now, I’m trying to write a resolution that would monitor the conduct of peacekeepers but maintain the sovereignty of the nations they are in, during civil war,” said Good, 17.
Part 3 of Special Report Series Tucked away in the outskirts of the Dobson High School campus, inside a portable classroom formerly used as a science lab, sits the seed of what the Mesa Unified School District is hoping will expand into a groundbreaking Chinese language program.
April 22, 2005
Prestigious may become a common word to describe Mesa’s Westwood High School — to the delight of students and their families.
March 7, 2005
In a showcase of public, private and parochial schools, today’s Tribune Education Expo will give parents the chance to research the best education options for their children.