High School Students Receive Top Honors

Students Recognized For Academic Excellence and Community Involvement
Posted on 06/06/2019
Four Longwood High School Juniors Recognized  For Academic Excellence and Community InvolvementFour Longwood High School juniors received top honors for their academic accomplishments and dedication to the Longwood School community.

Timothy Carullo received the Rensselaer Medal for Excellence in Science and Mathematics. The Rensselaer Medal was presented in 1916 with two purposes: to recognize excellent academic achievement, and to motivate students towards careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines.  

Nominated by school counselors, three students received awards from Rochester Institute of Technology.  George Kipshidze received the Computing Medal Award for his academic excellence, involvement in the school community, and computing abilities.   Kayleigh McGeeney and Edmundo Porras received the Innovation and Creativity Award for outstanding academic accomplishments, entrepreneurship, participation in the school community, and innovative talents.  

“We take great pride in our student’s accomplishments,” said Principal Scott Schuster.  “This is the largest group of students receiving these recognitions, and we are so proud of their representation of our school community.”

Photo back row (l-r):  Principal Scott Schuster; School Counselors Laura Aliperti and Megan Mancuso, and Director of Curriculum for ELA, Math and Science Dr. Lance Lohman.  Photo front row (l-r): Edmundo Porras, Kayleigh McGeeney, Timothy Carullo, and George Kipshidze.
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