Students Complete Congressional Youth Advisory Council Program
Eight Frisco ISD students who live in the Third Congressional District successfully graduated from the 2021-22 Congressional Youth Advisory Council Program. The program encourages high school students to interact directly with their members of Congress
while learning about government, policy and how to become engaged members of their community.
Congratulations to Centennial High School students Rudransh Arora and Pranavi Reddi, Frisco High School’s Peyton Hebert, Heritage High School’s Forest Haviland, Lebanon Trail High School students Kendall Gee and Ishaan Joshi, Liberty High
School’s Arshia Narula and Memorial High School’s Neha Chand.
Maus Student Places First in Global Issues Competition
Congratulations to Maus Middle School’s Amuthan Soundar who earned first place in the Junior Individual Global Issues competition at the Future Problem Solving International Conference at UMASS Amherst. To win this worldwide recognition, he had
to complete a six-step problem-solving process in two hours on a scenario based on Antibiotic Resistance. Congratulations on winning first place in the international competition!
Pioneer Heritage Pianist Wins Lynn Harrell Concerto Competition
Earlier this month, Pioneer Heritage student Victoria Han had the honor of playing at the Meyerson Symphony Center at the annual Teen Concert, a concert featuring young musicians from across the region. The Dallas Symphony Orchestra, under the direction
of Assistant Conductor Maurice Cohn, performed Schumann’s Piano Concerto in A minor with Han the first place winner of the 21st annual Lynn Harrell Concerto Competition!
Students Win National Community Service Awards
Eight Frisco ISD students were recognized by the United Nations Association of the USA as 2021-22 National Community Service Award winners. Congratulations to Aarushi Poddar, Pranavi Reddi, Aarav Sangani, Aanchal Shah and Srihitha Yalavarthi of Centennial
High School, Rishi Chill and Paul Joseph of Heritage High School and Shreya Bhandari of Independence High School. They were recognized for inspiring other students to get involved in the community and for their own community service. Find their volunteer profiles and all 2021-22 winners.
Lebanon Trail Student Wins Social Good Scholarship Award
Congratulations to Lebanon Trail High School student Alison MacLeod who won the D’Andre D. Lampkin Foundation’s 2022 Social Good Scholarship Program award. Each year, the foundation
awards scholarships to high school students who are leaders in their community. Students are tasked with illustrating how they plan to use their chosen field of study to promote social good and recipients are selected based on how their efforts make their
community stronger and more resilient. Learn more about MacLeod and the honor.