Last March, WHS students swept several STEM regional and state awards. Read about all their achievements below!
Windsor High School Wins 3D Printing State Championship
Congratulations to the Windsor 3D Printing Team who recently took first place in the 4th Annual Town History in 3D Printing Competition. The Town History 3D Printing Competition challenges high school students to deeply research and recreate 3D models of historical buildings in their area. This year's team selected to research and recreate the Ascutney Mill Dam, which is one of the oldest among the earliest storage dams in the United States. This year was the third time the team placed first at the annual competition. Along with bragging rights, they won a brand-new 3D printer for the Windsor High School.
3D Printing Team Members
Brianna Diggs, Senior
Vincent Moeykens, Senior
Alexander Townsend, Junior
Serene Martens, Junior
Jasmine Martens, Freshman
Maurice Day, Freshman
Windsor High School Math Team Places First for Vermont
The Senior Math Team for Windsor High School placed first among all Vermont teams and 3rd for the year in the Twin State Math League behind Hanover and KUA. They have now advanced to Regionals in Canton, Mass. Alex Townsend placed 2nd overall for the year and won the Nelson Aldrich Award.
Jr High Division:
Vermont STEM Fair Awards
Christina Gregory – Top High School Water Project - $150 (Stockholm eligible)
Dan Dexter – Exceptional HS Student in Math, Physics and Engineering $100
NH Academy of Science offers students a $2000 value to work in their lab
Kristin Clark - Christina Gregory
Outstanding Junior awards – Regeneron Science Eligible