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Five Academy math students were selected to represent Vermont on the 15-member statewide Vermont All Stars, which will travel to Pennsylvania State University in late May. The team includes the top-performing students on the Vermont Talent Search, American Invitational Mathematics Examination, Vermont Math Prize, and the New England Math League Competitions as determined by the Vermont State Mathematics Coalition. The Academy was the only school in the state with five students named to the team.
Thirteen St. Johnsbury Academy students won medals at this year's Vermont SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Competition, held April 1-2 at several sites in the Burlington area. Six students won gold medals and will go on to compete at the annual national-level SkillsUSA Competition and Conference this June in Louisville, Kentucky.
The Academy has welcomed a group of thirty competitively selected students from the Kaijo Gakuen boys' school in Tokyo since 1989. The boys stay with host families and follow host students through their daily school schedules during the 10-day trip. They also visit tourist attractions in the Northeast Kingdom and Boston. Several traditions have developed over the course of the 25-year program: the boys participate in a Welcome and Farewell Chapel each year and perform musically and dramatically for host families and faculty members at a Farewell Banquet.
Several Academy students won top honors in the Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference in Burlington on March 26 and 27. Kaylee Devenger '15, Stephanie Beltran '15, and Katelynn Bean '15 took first place in the Social Media competition; Stephanie Beltran and Maya Whitney '15 won the Hospitality Management competition; and Maggie Olivares '17 was elected to State Parliamentarian. All first-place teams are eligible to compete in the National Leadership Conference taking place in Chicago in July.
A team of four students, Valeriya Adamkovych '16, Skyler Gilbert '15, Katherine Hunton '16, Jacquelyn O'Brien '16, competed in a new competition for middle and high schools: the 3D Vermont, Town History in 3D Competition. They placed second of 18 teams, successfully presenting on their project last Friday at Vermont Technical College in Randolph.