CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR LOCAL ACTSO WINNERS
Yvangi Jacques, 11th Grade, Avon Middle High School - Gold - Earth Science
Kyle Denny, 11th Grade, Milton Hight School - Gold - Chemistry
Kayla Thugi, 10th Grade, The Rivers School, Weston, MA Gold - Drawing
Neveah De Jesus, Senior, Lowell High School - Gold - Poetry Written
Yvangi Jacques, 11th Grade, Avon Middle High School -Gold - Instrumental Classical (Piano)
Niaomi Holley, Senior, Cardinal Spellman High School - Gold - Dance Contemporary (Jazz)
Brooklyn Massó, 10th Grade, Boston Latin Academy - Gold - Dance Contemporary (Tap)
Kayla Thugi, 10th Grade, The Rivers School, Weston, MA Gold - Poetry Performance
Sandra Marcelin, 11th Grade, Southeastern Regional Vocational Technical High School- Silver - Poetry Written
Neveah De Jesus, Senior, Lowell High School - Silver - Poetry Performance
Niaomi Holley, Senior, Cardinal Spellman High School - Bronze - Painting
NATIONAL GOLD MEDAL WINNER 2022
Yvangi won a Gold medal for his Physics project, Evaluating Piezoelectricity as a Source of Energy for Mobile Device Charging. Congratulations!
ACT-SO includes 30 categories of competition in the sciences, humanities, business, and performing and visual arts. More than 260,000 young people have participated from the program since its inception.
The NAACP's Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics is a year-long achievement program designed to recruit, stimulate, and encourage high academic and cultural achievement among African-American high school students.
Mentoring program for 9-12 graders runs from January-April, 2023.
Local ACT-SO competition will be held April 22, 2023
National ACT-SO competition will be in Boston (July, 2023) .
Our 2023 local winners will compete against other students for $50,000 in prizes at the National ACT-SO Conference this summer.
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The Brockton NAACP branch would like to congratulate this year's local and National ACT-SO Medalist winners on their participation in this year's local and National ACT-SO Conference. Continue to do great work and you will always shine.