Miami Christian Scholar students Alina Andrews, Joey Campos, and Andrea Sinclair competed in the MCS History Day competition, under the direction of Scholars and AP Instructor, Mr. Wayne Williams, each winning first place in their respective categories.
Alina and Andrea then competed in the All-County History Day competition in which Alina again took first in the All- County “Documentary” category while Andrea also won first in the “Research Paper” category. The next step for these two county-wide winners: competing in a statewide “National History Day” to be held this May in Tallahassee.
In addition, 15 MCS students received honors in this year’s Scholastic Writing Competition. Congratulations to these stellar students: Alina Andrews (Poetry and Personal Essay/Memoir), Joey Campos (Person Essay/Memoir), Damon Carrazana (Science Fiction/Fantasy), Luis Castro (Poetry, Personal Essay/Memoir), Rosa Castro (Flash Fiction), Elisha Cordeau (Poetry, Personal Essay/Memoir), Daniel Galarza (Poetry, Personal Essay/Memoir), Christopher Gonzalez (Poetry, Personal Essay/Memoir), Melissa Gonzalez (Personal Essay/Memoir), Naomi Granado (Poetry, Personal Essay/Memoir), Sonali Khiyani (Poetry, Personal Essay/Memoir), Joshua Mishaan (Flash Fiction), Alejandro Queija (Personal Essay, Memoir), Elizabeth Rosillo (Poetry, Personal Essay/Memoir), and Andrea Sinclear (Poetry/Personal Essay/Memoir).
AmTrust Bank in Doral Plaza held a multi-school contest on “What Valentine’s Day Means to Me” with Miami Christian’s elementary students entering the contest with student drawings reflecting “What the Holiday Means to Me.” Branch Manager Maria Mendez visited the MCS campus to award the first place prize to Janelle Diaz (Grade 5); second place to Zoe Campos (Grade 1).
The MCS “Intro to Engineering” class with instructor Margot Youssef visited the Engineering Department at Florida International University, interacting with FIU engineering students, participated in chemistry and physics experiments, and checking out student projects in robotics and biomedical developments. As a result, the students have been invited to participate for FIU credit in a special summer course related to computer programming and engineering.
As part of his “14 Days of Neighborly Love”, former MCS student and Miami Dade County Commissioner, Jose ‘Pepe’ Diaz, included a gift of plants from Costa Farms for campus landscaping. Placed in strategic locations, the plants have enriched the look of the campus.
Next Admissions Open House at MCS is Thursday, April 11, 4- 6 p.m., a great opportunity for prospective families to meet the MCS staff and tour the facilities.
Call Donna for more information at 305-221-7754 ext.773.
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