MRH High School Students Participate in Science and Engineering Competition
Last month, the Maplewood Richmond Heights Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering (WYSE) team competed at McKendree University. WYSE is an international program, headquartered at the University of Illinois, offering an annual Academic Challenge competition, a summer camp along with a number of other programs. The WYSE competition included public and private school students from throughout the St. Louis area. The academic challenge competition is a competitive series of tests created and administered by WYSE and offered to high school students across the country. Fourteen Maplewood Richmond Heights students participated in this annual competition in February 2014.
Paul Meuser, 11th grade, won first place in chemistry and second
place in mathematics.
Brandon Moseley, 11th grade, won third place in science.
Thomas Barron, 12th grade, won third place in computer science.
MRH students and other members of the team who participated in the competition include:
Zach Arias, 12
Sami Barnett, 12
Jazmen Bell, 11
Essence Daniels-Brewer, 12
Autumn Martin, 11
Cecil Morgan, 12
John O’Keefe, 12
Beth Robberson, 12
Zach Russell, 10
Timmy Truss, 11
Anna Wermuth, 11
For more information, contact MRH School District at (314) 644-4400.