Mustang Monthly

AIME American Invitational Math Exam:

Only 5% of students across the country are invited to take the American Invitational Mathematics Exam (AIME) – and Immaculate High School is proud to have two of them. Juniors Yipeng (Simon) Zhao of Sandy Hook and Junyi (Luka) Lu of Danbury qualified for the AIME by scoring high on the national AMC 12 exam recently. Zhao’s score was high enough to earn him a Certificate of Distinction. The two will take the fifteen question, three-hour AIME on February 7, 2023. Join us in wishing them the best of luck. Congratulations to all IHS students who received a participation certificate for taking the AMC exams.

The Gold Key Award!

Congratulations to Maria Tapanes ‘24 for being recognized at the Scholastic Art Awards and receiving a “Gold Key”. Her artwork will be on display at the CT Regional Scholastic Art Awards Exhibition at the Hartford Art School January 17 - February 3.  Maria will move onto Nationals so join us in wishing her luck. For more info click here.

Student of the Month

The Science Department is pleased to announce James Toscano’ 23 as Science Student of the Month for January. James is consistently a class leader in the demonstration of his scholarship through his ongoing robust verbal participation and assessment scores. His teacher states, “The whole class benefits from his presence and I am so very fortunate as a teacher to have him as a student.” This month’s nominees included Kevin Bailie ‘24, Aiden Doolabh ‘23, Ava Fleming ‘24, and Rachel Janik ‘24.

More News around IHS:

Giving Back: The Immaculate She’s The First Club thanks everyone for their support this year on the Candy Cane Grams. The club raised $173! That is amazing and we are so excited for them.

New Podcasts aimed at helping underclassmen through exams: The IHS podcast class has been busy! Their most recent session included talks with our juniors and seniors who went over exam tips and past experiences. You can hear these and more by clicking here.