High Schoolers Bring Home Medals

Triangle High Schoolers Bring Home Medals
Posted on 02/28/2022
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Congratulations to all of our students who participated in the below competitions. All of your hard work and perseverance have led you to this proud moment!

Make sure to take time to celebrate!


TMSA DECA competed at the NC DECA State Conference last weekend.

  • Neha Srinivasa elected 2022-2023 NC DECA State President,
  •  Aafia Khazi elected 2022-2023 NC DECA Triad Vice President,
  •  Rodney Smith recognized 2022 DECA Kenneth W. Smith Award for Professional Dedication.

TMSA DECA also received chapter awards:

  • 2022 Amazing, Remarkable, Extraordinary Chapter Award
  •  2021-2022 Chapter Thrive Level: Completion of Chapter Campaigns
  •  2021-2022 NC DECA Chapter of Distinction
  •  2022 Supporting Chapter Award - NC DECA Scholarship Foundation

Please click HERE for individual winners/proficiency pins.

Science Olympiads:

Triangle’s Science Olympiad Team brought home many medals at the last week’s invitationals.

Cornell Invitational:

  •  1st place in Chemistry Lab: Noah Sheinbaum & Kashika Chaudhary
  •  3rd place in Anatomy and Physiology: Aryan Kokkanti & Kashika Chaudhary
  • 3rd place in Gravity Vehicle: Nitesh Kanamarlapudi

Brown Invitational:

  • 2nd place in experimental design: Anika Moolan, Trisha Deepak, Prahalad Sinivasan

NC Raleigh Regional:

 Varsity team

  •  2nd place in Rocks and Minerals: Anika Moolan & Aryan Kokkanti
  • 3rd place in Chemistry Lab: Noah Sheinbaum & Kashika Chaudhary
  • 3rd place in Gravity Vehicle: Nitesh Kanamarlapudi
  • 3rd place in Trajectory: Nitesh Kanamarlapudi & Aaditya Mishra

JV team

  • 1st place in Fast Facts: Eric Wu & Hruday Yerramareddy
    2nd place in Gravity Vehicle: Benjamin Pokroy & Paarth Patel
  • 2nd place in Mystery Architecture: Paarth Patel & Eric Wu
  • 2nd place in Picture This: Asmi Patro, Liam Pokroy & Shreyas Menon

Math AMC Competition:

Eric Wu and Noah Shienbaum were both qualified for AIME (American Invitational Mathematics Examinations). After a long journey, Eric and Noah got high scores on the AMC 10/12 tests in November. They are working on their way to the next levels. We hope both will qualify for United States of America Mathematical Olympiad USAMO.