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Heritage students excel in competitions

February 10, 2013
  • From left, senior Bryce Nigh and junior Simon Huynh participated in the Wilson College School of Arts competition.
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Heritage Academy students performed well in recent area competitions.

Aaron Anderson, a junior, won first place in an AP calculus creative writing contest. Anderson is taking AP calculus online through Patrick Henry College.

Participants were required to write a creative piece about calculus.

Anderson wrote a poem titled “Alice in Calculus,” an analogy to “Alice in Wonderland.” 

He also received fourth place in the VFW Voice of Democracy contest at the district level.

His essay, “Is the Constitution Still Relevant Today?”, qualified for the district competition after being one of two winners at the local level. 

Heritage sophomore Benjamin Fultz was the other winner of the local event.

Simon Huynh, an exchange student from Vietnam, placed second in the Wilson College School of Art’s competition for high school students. Huynh is a junior at Heritage Academy.

Bryce Nigh, a senior at Heritage, received honorable mention.

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