Deanyone Su will be a representative of North Carolina at this summer’s National Youth Science Camp. A current student of North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics, Deanyone will be attending Carnegie Mellon University in the fall, majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering to pursue a career as a Process Architecture Engineer. Deanyone is a violinist in the Orchestra and does plan to bring it with him this summer. He hopes that someone might help him learn Pen-spinning, circular breathing and Yoga while at camp!
Congratulations and Welcome to the 2016 National Youth Science Camp, Deanyone Su!
Reana Elder will be representing her state of Missouri this summer. Currently attending St. Joseph’s Academy, Reana will be attending Washington University in St. Louis to pursue a career in Medicine. Reana is in the Beta Club, National Honor Society and a Mu Alpha Theta. Among Reana’s activities are Church, Cross Country and Student Government. Reana also sings Alto in the Choir and has interests in debate and photography.
Congratulations and Welcome to the 2016 National Youth Science Camp, Reana Elder!
Samantha “Sam” Chen has been chosen to represent Michigan this summer at the National Youth Science Camp. Sam is a student at Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School currently, and plans to study Engineering in the fall at either the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor or Carleton College. Sam is a cellist in the Orchestra, a member of the Speech and Debate team and Model United Nations. This summer, Sam hopes to learn Origami, yoga and Bridge!
Congratulations and Welcome to the 2016 National Youth Science Camp!
John Carl Begley represents the state of Louisiana at this year’s NYSC. A current students at Zachary High School, John Carl plans to attend Tulane University in New Orleans come this fall to study Neuroscience. John Carl is Leader of the FCA, Music Leader and Church Youth Worship Leader. He volunteers in his town nursing home and high school food bank and tutors for Duel Enrollment Math. John Carl is highly honored student with a wide array of interests, including playing the guitar and speaking multiple languages.
Congratulations and Welcome to the 2016 National Youth Science Camp, John Carl Begley!
David Li represents the state of New York at the National Youth Science Camp this summer! A current student of Commack High School, David will be attending Harvard College in the fall to study Computer Science. David has been awarded many honors through his high school career all while doing Independent Science Research and Inventing. David is a member of the Varsity Math Team, the Orchestra and Swimming. Additionally, David is involved in Kids Are Scientist Too and Fountain Realms Hosting.
Congratulations and Welcome to the 2016 National Youth Science Camp, David Li!
Alex Healy has been awarded a spot at the National Youth Science Camp to represent Montana! Currently, Alex is a student of Corvallis High School with plans to attend Montana State University in the fall to pursue Mechanical Engineering and Aviation. Alex plays the cello in his Orchestra and also enjoys drama and tennis. This summer, Alex would love to learn juggling and moonwalking! He is also willing to teach website design to anyone interested.
Congratulations and Welcome to the 2016 National Youth Science Camp, Alex Healy!
Priscilla Li has been awarded to represent the state of South Carolina this summer. Priscilla currently attends Spring Valley High School and participates in the Orchestra as a Cellist. Among the many groups, Priscilla is involved in not only the National Honor Society, but also the National Merit Finalist Science Honor Society and the Tri-M Music Honor Society. Priscilla enjoys volunteering at the Library and reading and drawing in her spare time. Priscilla hopes to learn Yoga this summer.
Congratulations and Welcome to the 2016 National Youth Science Camp, Priscilla Li!
Jared “Tate” Greene represents the state of Kentucky also this summer. Tate is a student at Prestonburg High School with plans to attend the University of Kentucky where he will study to become a Pharmacist. A very active student, Tate is involved with the All-State Football team, with his church, school sports and the Academic Team. Tate enjoys swimming, Ultimate Frisbee and traveling, just to name a few interests.
Congratulations and Welcome to the 2016 National Youth Science Camp, Tate Greene!
Steven Armbruster will be joining us this summer from the state of Kentucky. Steven is a current student of Lafayette High School and will be attending Purdue University in the fall to study Chemical Engineering. Steven is an AP Scholar and a Mu Alpha Theta among many other honors. Actively involved in his school Cross Country, Tennis, Steven also plays trumpet in the band. Steven enjoys camping and hiking and hopes to this summer learn a few survival skills.
Congratulations and Welcome to the 2016 National Youth Science Camp, Steven Armbruster!
Madison (Maddy) Reichelt has been awarded one of the two spots to represent Montana at the 2016 National Youth Science Camp. Maddy attends Big Sandy High School with plans to attend the University of Montana to major in Biology. Maddy hopes to become a Doctor or Physical Therapist. Among Maddy’s school activities are swimming, track and field, science olympiad and robotics. Maddy has received many honors to include the Hugh O’Brian Youth Award and the Rotary Youth Leadership Award. While at camp this summer, Maddy would like to learn yoga, rubik’s cube and chess.
Congratulations and Welcome to the 2016 National Youth Science Camp, Maddy Reichelt!