RANDOLPH, NJ- RHS junior Katherine Miao has been accepted into the New Jersey Governor’s School in Sciences held at Drew University this summer. She will attend the school from July 12 to August 1 and will "immersed in a comprehensive, challenging and very intense program," according to the acceptance letter.
“I am confident that Katherine will represent herself, her family and her school with the same degree of excellence that she has demonstrated throughout her tenure at Randolph High School," RHS principal, Mrs. Debbie Iosso, said. “We could not be any more proud of Katherine. Congratulations!"
The Governor’s School of New Jersey is a tuition-free program for high-achieving high school rising-seniors within the state of New Jersey. The program was founded in 1983 to benefit students interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics based subjects. There are two programs: one at Drew, the other at Rutgers University. The programs are offered to students enrolled in public and private high schools throughout New Jersey.
As a student of science, Katherine will be receiving a high-level education for three weeks within a community of scholars, counselors and faculty members. Randolph High School’s students and staff wish her the best in this unique experience and learning opportunity. Congratulations Katherine, and good luck!
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