We're thrilled to announce National Recognition from the College Board for our outstanding students' performance on their PSATs.

Black, Haitian-American (NAARA) Awardee:

  • Kendra V. ‘24: “I’m grateful to have won this award and be able to represent my lineage as a Haitian-American in Silicon Valley. Going into college, I plan on double majoring in biology and biotechnology.”

National Hispanic Recognition Award (NHRA) Awardees:

  • Sara S. ‘24: “Winning this award means a lot to me as I feel that my academic efforts and achievements are being recognized especially as a representative of my beloved country, Peru. After high school, I plan to go big and pursue an MD-PHD in some sort of Neuroengineering combination (BME/AI/Tech applied to Neuroscience).”
  • Victoria G. ‘24: “I’m grateful for receiving this award because it highlights all the hard work I have put into my academics. Going into college, I plan on studying environmental science.”
  • Sofia M. ‘24: “This award showcases my diligent efforts in academics and exhibits a prominent part of my identity. Next year, I plan to continue my education by majoring in biology.”
  • Brooke D. ‘25: “I am proud to have received this award because it reflects positively on my Mexican heritage and my effort at Presentation. I am planning on pursuing neuroscience or kinesiology after high school.” 
  • Nora R. ‘24: “I am proud of this award because it recognizes an important part of my identity. I hope to further my education in the social sciences.”
  • Mia R. ‘24: “I am immensely grateful to have received this award as it provides me with the opportunity to proudly and positively represent my Hispanic identity. I plan to study nursing as I transition into college.”
  • Camille K. ‘25: “I am very grateful to have received this award because it recognizes my accomplishments while honoring my Mexican background. I plan to study marketing and business going into college.”
  • Katherine K. ‘24: “I feel honored to have received this award because it displays my hard work and how proud I am of my Mexican identity. While in college, I plan to study nutritional sciences and dietetics.”
  • Emma K. ‘24 - not pictured.

Your dedication and hard work have truly paid off. We're incredibly proud of every one of you!