Student Awards and Competitions

 

Student Awards and Competitions

Robocup 2016 – Leipzig, Germany

July 5, 2016
RoboCup 2016 – World Championship in Leipzig, Germany CEDAR HILL PREP SCHOOL WINS 1ST PLACE AS TEAM USA Focus on the future: Robots took over Leipzig – It was a meeting of high-performance robots and the innovative and intelligent minds behind them. The 20th RoboCup was held in Leipzig, Germany on the Leipzig exhibition grounds from June 30th through July 4th. The world championships of intelligent robots combine top scientific achievements with practical aspects and in the process show how one can address society’s future challenges. A total of 3,500 participants from 45 countries and regions competed in 17 disciplines.

Math League Competition


March 18, 2016
Cedar Hill Prep School Grade 6 students were ranked in the top 29 schools in NJ in the Math League Competition out of 119 schools. Their rank was 23/119 schools. Grade 8 ranked 20th amongst 117 schools in NJ, Grade 6th ranked 23rd among 119 schools.

Spanish Examinations


June 12, 2017
Congratulations to the Spanish students at Cedar Hill Prep School who attained national recognition for excellent performance in the 2017 National Spanish Examinations. The National Spanish Examinations are the most widely used tests of Spanish in the United States. In the spring of 2017, a total of 162,321 students participated in the National Spanish Examinations.


Geography Bee Competition 2016


February 5, 2016
On February 2nd, 10 CHP students in grades 4 – 8 participated in the school-wide National Geographic Geo Bee Competition. The comradery of our students was wonderful as they cheered for the contestants. This was quite an exciting event! Congratulations to the following students who won their respective grade-level Geography Bees.

Debate Finals


April 20, 2016
Cedar Hill Prep School students participated in the East Coast Regional Finals of the Middle School Debate League on April 16th, 2016. This event took place at the StoneBridge Middle School in Allentown, NJ. Participants included 270 students divided into 87 teams, representing 29 schools and 5 states.


National Academic Quiz Tournaments, LLC


February 5, 2016
On February 2nd, 10 CHP students in grades 4 – 8 participated in the school-wide National Geographic Geo Bee Competition. The comradery of our students was wonderful as they cheered for the contestants. This was quite an exciting event! Congratulations to the following students who won their respective grade-level Geography Bees.

Junior Solar Sprints program


May 19, 2016
CHP encourages and provides support for the Junior Solar Sprints which challenges students to use their scientific knowledge, creative thinking and experimentation skills to develop new vehicles and fuel technologies. Students have to design and build high-performance solar vehicles addressing the transportation issues in the US due to environmental constraints, oil availability and economic factors.


National History Bee Finals – Atlanta, Georgia


June 8, 2014
We congratulate Tristan, Nima, Pranav, and Archit for making it to the National History Bee Championship Finals taken place in Atlanta, Georgia. Our Middle Schoolers did exceptionally well! Pranav made it to the Championship round! Unfortunately, the National History Bee was not won from our students, but making this far is a win of itself. We are so proud of our Middle Schoolers for making this far and have gotten to experience such an amazing event! Kudos to the 4 of you!!

Here is a glimpse from the event!

National Science Bowl


National Science Bowl challenges the students’ knowledge of Science and Math. We encourage our students to take part in National Science Bowl to enhance their classroom learnings and to have a deeper understanding of their subjects.


Future City Competition


Future City Competition encourages the students to apply the Math, Science, and Engineering concepts they learned in the classroom to real-world problems. For the competition, students have to tackle relevant citywide sustainability issues and have to research, brainstorm, create a design and build future cities addressing those issues. This gives an opportunity for students to flex their problem-solving skills in a fun and engaging way.

Mathematics Competitions


We are so proud of our thirteen 7th and 8th grade students who competed in the exam, taken by thousands of students nationwide. Congratulations to Heer Patel from 8th grade, CHP’s school winner, who scored in the top 1% nationwide! We also congratulate Arjun Agrawal, 8th Grade, as our 2nd place winner, scoring in the top 5% nationwide. They are followed by Vishnu Gade, 8th Grade, who came in 3rd place.