Ayush Alag ’19 had his project, a noninvasive allergy screen for which he has won many accolades, written up in Smithsonian Magazine!
Haris Hosseini ’19 was noted in the end-of-year wrap up of national speech and debate titles – a nice finish to a great season!
Ayush Vyas ’19 was noted at @GetSportsFocus as a member of the Charlie Wedermeyer All-Star team.
SportStars Magazine noted its top 75 athletes in the Bay Area, and two of Harker’s finest made the list: Ethan Hu, rising grade 12, for swimming, and Jarrett Anderson ’19 for volleyball.
Silicon Angle featured a very nice article about DoorDash, co-founded by Andy Fang ’10, with a link back to our profile on Fang in December 2018.
Annie Ma, rising grade 12, had her poem, “And the Train Went On,” published by The Skinny Poetry Journal.
Rising senior Allison Jia is quoted in a Discover Magazine article about gender norms in STEM.
CalTech announced the addition of Richard Wang ’19 to its basketball squad.
The Mercury News updated its list of Bay Area high school students who were named National Merit Scholars, and Krish Kapadia ’19 was included.
The India New England News reported that Reshma Kosaraju, rising grade 8, is among the Top 10 3M Young Scientist Challenge finalists.
Harker’s stellar boys volleyball team received further recognition, as it was named among the American Volleyball Coaches Association’s Academic Award recipients.
CalHiSports, an independent reporter on high school sports, noted Harker had some exceptional teams this year. In a nice write up, the site awarded them statewide all-sports honors for the 2018-19 school year for performances in several sports.
The MIT Engineers announced Pamela Duke ’19 has joined their tennis squad!
Harker had a group of visitors from New Zealand this year for the Harker Research Symposium. The hometown newspaper, the Wairarapa Times-Age, featured an article about the visit. See Harker News for more details on the visit.