RANDOLPH, NJ- Randolph High School junior Julia Miao has been selected to attend the 31st New Jersey Governor's School in the Sciences at Drew University July 8-28.
Julia said she was very surprised to receive this honor. "I feel very excited and lucky to have been selected for this program," said Julia, who is a member of the high school's Science, Math, English, Spanish and National Honor societies.
Julia is also a member of the high school dance program, the Morris County Youth Council and is a volunteer with the Randolph Rescue Squad.
"Julia has it all," said Randolph High School Principal Debbie Iosso. "We could not be more proud of her."
Julia in interested in pursuing a career in science or the health care/medical field.
The New Jersey Governor's School in the Sciences is a three-week residential program where students are immersed in intense college-level research on the campus of Drew University. High school students who live in New Jersey are nominated by their schools and applications are submitted in the fall of junior year for participation in the program the following summer. The New Jersey Governor's School in the Sciences is a very prestigious program for rising high school seniors.