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Pre-College Summer Programs for High School Students 02-06-2017

Maximize your summer break by enrolling in a pre-college program. Many NSHSS Collaborating Universities have summer programs for high school students, and several of them are offering discounts and scholarships exclusively for NSHSS Members.

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Local student wins scholarship 01-28-2017

(Dodge City Daily Globe) - "On Thursday, Sanchez was awarded the $60,000 Harry Gore Memorial Scholarship to Wichita State...Sanchez, a senior at Dodge City High School, is...an ambassador for her high school chapter of the National Society of High School Scholars..."

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Biotech industry group adds to list of honors for Paulding teacher 01-27-2017

(West Georgia Neighbor) - Georgia Bio has honored Paulding County High School science teacher Marc Pedersen as its 2017 biotechnology teacher of the year...Pedersen was named a 2016 Claes Nobel Top Ten National Educator of the Year, which is an award given through the National Society of High School Scholars.

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Dodge City, Leawood students win $60,000 Gore scholarship 01-27-2017

(The Sunflower: Dodge City) - NSHSS Member Maribel Sanchez, a senior at Dodge City High School, is one of this year’s winners of WSU’s Gore scholarships. The scholarship awards $60,000 to each recipient.

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East Davidson student selected for EnergyUnited youth tour 01-27-2017

(The-Dispatch.com) -"EnergyUnited announced its 2017 Electric Cooperative Youth Tour winners Friday, including one student from East Davidson High School. High school junior Brooke Blair of Thomasville was selected to attend the tour in Washington, D.C., June 10-16." Blair is a member of the National Society of High School Scholars.

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WSU awards two $60,000 Gore Scholarships to Kansas students 01-26-2017

(Wichita State News) - "Two Kansas high school seniors have won Wichita State’s Harry Gore Memorial Scholarships. The winners are Matthew Miller of Leawood and Maribel Sanchez of Dodge City. They will each receive $15,000 a year for four years, a total of $60,000." Sanchez is a member of the National Society of High School Scholars.

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Bartlesville student selected for U.S. Senate Youth Program 01-25-2017

(Bartlesville) - "Two Oklahoma high school students have been named this year's state delegates to the 55th annual U.S. Senate Youth Program (USSYP), which brings together two student leaders from every state and Washington D.C. for a week-long trip to the nation's capital." Pranoy Behera of Bartlesville High School is a member of the National Society of High School Scholars.

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Why Millennials Keep Ditching Your Company 01-25-2017

(Fortune) - "A National Society of High School Scholars survey in 2016 found that 46.6% of millennials listed corporate social responsibility as a factor in choosing an employer. Millennials want to be connected to a company’s mission and vision."

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Bright honored with Claes Nobel award 01-18-2017

(The Examiner.com) - "Heather Bright, a world history teacher from Navasota High School, was nominated by one of her students for the Claes Nobel Educator of Distinction award given by the National Society of High School Scholars."

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Tazewell student chosen to attend inauguration in D.C. 01-17-2017

(WVVA) - "John Brown was one of a handful of students selected across the country by the National Society of High School Scholars--an organization he joined because of his P-SAT scores."

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A Nobel Tradition: NSHSS Members Visit Nobel Week 2016 01-17-2017

In December, 26 NSHSS members participated in a special study trip in partnership with Stockholm University to experience Nobel Week in Stockholm, Sweden. Read a few first-hand accounts from the participants to learn more.

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Badger State moving beyond beer and brats 01-14-2017

(Green Bay Press-Gazette) - "Those are jobs that fall into what millennials want: medicine and health; sciences; arts, entertainment and media; technology and engineering; and business, according to a 2016 survey by the National Society of High School Scholars."

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Four scouts from Florence complete Eagle Scout trail 01-11-2017

(SCNow Morning News) - Andrew Loran Raines: "Andrew started Cub Scouts in the second grade with Pack 402. He later joined Troop 477 and has been active since joining. Andrew is a senior at Wilson High School, where he will graduate from the International Baccalaureate program... He is a member of the National Society of High School Scholars."

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Editorial: New LEDC appeal to the young is a worthy venture 01-11-2017

(The Ledger) - "Last June, per Forbes magazine, the National Society of High School Scholars distilled the 25 companies that the best and brightest among the Millennial generation found most appealing. The group asked 13,000 members, ages 15 to 32, to select from a list of 200 firms that included Fortune 500 members, companies known for their diversity and some write-in favorites."

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5 named to school district’s hall of fame 01-03-2017

(Harlan Daily Enterprise) - "Five members of the 2016 Harlan County High School graduating class will be inducted Thursday into the Harlan County School District’s Frank Brittain Academic and Athletic Hall of Fame...Alanna Sacra Cavins is a member of the National Society of High School Scholars."

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National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) recognizes top 10 educators of the year 12-05-2016

Brian Rodriguez from Alameda Science & Technology Institute named top Educator of the Year, award $5,000 grant

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Central softball star takes talents to national level 09-06-2016

(The Daily Post - Athenian) - "McMinn Central High School softball player Carolina Davis now has the memories and accomplishments of playing for a highly ranked team nationally to add to her resume...She had a 4.0 grade-point average for her sophomore year, putting her in the top 10 in her class and in the race for valedictorian. She is a member of the National English Honors Society, Anchor Club, Student Council, the Outdoor Club and the National Society of High School Scholars."

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Jackson student gets first-hand look at medical profession 08-23-2016

(TheSuburbanite.com) - Jackson High School junior Sarah Haught spent her summer vacation working on her future in the medical field by getting some hands-on experience during the The Envision National Youth Leadership Forum for Medicine at the University of North Carolina. Haught is a member of the National Society of High School Scholars.

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Waldorf teen crowned Miss Teen of Maryland 2016 08-19-2016

(Maryland Independent) - 'While the typical teenagers may have spent their summer enjoying vacation, one Charles County teen, Amaiya McNeil, had to be on her A-game to win Miss Teen of Maryland 2016....In addition to Amaiya keeping up her 3.9 GPA during the school year and participating in dance programs after school, she is part of the National Honor Society and National Society for High School Scholars."

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3M, others figuring out what makes millennial workers tick 08-13-2016

(Start Tribune) - "Employers increasingly are focused on attracting and keeping employees born in the last two decades of the 20th century. Few have been as effective as 3M."

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