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Ninth-Grader Earns YEA Award

Student Ninth-grader Andrew Ni was recognized as one of the top Young Elite Award recipients. He ranked second out of the 10 honorees.  The YEA 2018 ceremony was held on Oct 12-14 at Yale University.

While attending the YEA ceremony, Andrew had the honor to spend time speaking with Dr. Duncan Haldane, Nobel Prize for Physics 2016 from Princeton University 

The YEA is designed to encourage the younger generation to achieve high academic performance, develop leadership skills, and excel in extracurricular activities and community service.

Besides golf, Andrew excels in math and is the youngest student to take a college-level course at Carnegie Mellon University during the summer of 2018; completed AP Calculus BC with score 5 at 8th grade; won Pennsylvania State Championship of TSA Competition in 2017 and in 2018. 
 
The YEA 2018 ceremony was held on Oct 12-14 at Yale University. (picture attached). The YEA is designed to encourage the younger generation to achieve high academic performance, develop leadership skills, and excel in extracurricular activities and community service. 
 
 
Photo to the Right: Ninth-grader Andrew Ni is shown here with Dr. Duncan Haldane, Nobel Prize for Physics recipient.