AITE students win awards in National Latin Exam
Congratulations to all of Mrs. Koltypin's students who won awards in this year's National Latin Exam:
Gold Summa cum Laude: Caroline Feldman and Justin McArthur
Silver maxima Cum Laude: Valery Aguilar, Cara Emano, Liat Feller, Jonathan Goodman, Josianne Ladouceur, Nina Paolini, Daniel Stevens, Jessica Ulbrich, and Timothy Weiss
Magna Cum Laude: Eliza Ayala, Kevin Duffy, Daniel Lapinski, Bruce Lara, Briana Morganstern, Justin Mucelli, Alina Peele, and Nicholas Ricci
Cum Laude: James Boccanfuso, Lauren Burkhardt, and Mia Pottackal
Intro Ribbon Certificate: Joshua Aarons, James Acosta, Kyle Downer, Sophie Jacobson, Christian Ragudos, and Steven Rivera
Intro Certificate: Eric Magnuson, Lucy Ammon, Siomara Rodriguez, Danny Batista, Brenda Alvarado, Roger Valiz, and Drake Lizano
Interact Scholarship Award
AITE students place in national history essay writing contest
Congratulations to Nina Paolini and Josh Leferman who both wrote award winning essays for the Gilder Lehrman History Essay Contest!
US News and World Report lists AITE as one of the top 20 high schools in CT in its annual report
AITE students place in 36th Annual COLT Poetry Contest
Congratulations to Sarah Broder, Isabella Aristizabal, Scott Petit-Homme, Richard Marroquin, and Ivannia Morales who all took home gold, silver, or bronze medals at the 36th Annual COLT Poetry Contest.
AITE student, Alex Graf, wins award at state's National History Day competition
Congratulations to Alex Graf for winning the David O. White Prize for Outstanding Entry in African-American History at the statewide National History Day competition for his paper "A Panther of a Different Color: Warren Kimbro's Revolutionary Defiance."
AITE students place in the Fairfield County Regional National History Day competition
Congratulations to Andrew Branson and Alexander Graf who took 2nd and 3rd place respectively in the Fairfield County Regional National History Day competition. Branson won for his paper "Aaron Burr: American Traitor or Loyalist." While Graf was recognized for his paper "A Panther of Different Color: Warren Kimbro's Revolutionary Defiance." Branson and Graf will be competing in the statewide competition in April. Their teachers are Mr. DeAntonis and Mr. Morest.
Congratulations to 3 AITE freshmen whose team placed second at the Odyssey of the Mind state finals
Congratulations to freshmen Alyssa Craner, Leah Jacobson, and Julia Kempton whose team competed at Odyssey of the Mind state finals on Saturday, March 18. The Stamford Division III Team, comprised of students from AITE, Rippowam and Scofield, were challenged to design, build, and run vehicles that are run from one place to another, each taking a different route and doing something to avoid being followed. The team worked on their solution for the past seven months, also creating costumes, set-pieces and a skit for their 8-minute presentation. Their creativity designing the vehicles, script and scenery all paid off as they took 2nd place in the high school division at the state finals. Their team will be heading to the World Finals at Michigan State University from May 24th-28th to compete against high school teams from across the US and approximately 30 different countries. Odyssey of the Mind is the largest international creative problem-solving competition worldwide. Each team is faced with a long-term problem and a spontaneous challenge using concepts from science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, while also incorporating the use of critical thinking skills, creativity and teamwork. We wish the team lots of luck as they move on to the World Finals!
AITE is named one of the top 10 public high schools in CT by Niche.com
Three AITE Students Named as Commended Students by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation named three AITE seniors as Commended Students based on their scores on the 2015 PSATs. Commended students placed among the top five percent of the students who entered the competition which recognizes exceptional academic promise. Congratulations to Nina Bellusci, Andrew Brito, and Samantha Lupo for this achievement.