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Faculty & Staff

2017-2018 Courses Offered

                       Semester 1 Schedules 

                       Semester 2 Schedules

Group of students at the ISEF conference with their winners ribbons 
W107 Lab Scheduling

Congratulations to our Science Fair finalists who all move on to the State competition!

Best in Show:

1st Hari Sowrirajan

Alt: Avi Swartz

Category Awards

Behavioral Science:

2nd Tyler Giallanza and Andrew Ying

3rd. Daniel Friedman

Biological Sciences:

1st Avi Swartz


1st Joshua Chapman

Computer Science:

1st Colin Burdine

2nd Daniel Zamoschchin


2nd Krithik Ramesh

Medicine and Helath:

1st Hari Sowrirajan

2nd Isani Singh


1st Maggie McSpadden

Social Sciences:

1st Edwin Bodoni and Evelyn Bodoni


The following are Science specialty award winners:

American Meteorological Society – Certificate of Outstanding Achievement

Kacey Kim

Biophysical Society – Biophysics Award

Maya Devarajan

CO Chapter Soil & Water Conservation Society

Dai An Jiang

Denver Mensa

Seungwon Lee

INTEL Excellence in Computer Science

Colin Burdine

Mr. Marty Miyamoto – Outstanding Diverse Student Award

Krithik Ramesh

Office of Naval Research – Naval Science Award

Krithik Ramesh

Siddarth Ijju

Regeneron Science Talent Search Award

Joshua Chapman

Pritika Parmar

Colin Burdine

Society for In Vitro Biology – Certificate for Outstanding Achievement

Abilash Prabbakaran

Water Environment Federation – Stockholm Junior Water Prize Winner

Dai An Jiang

US Air Force – Award of Excellence

Vatsal Shrivastava

Krithik Ramesh

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Cherry Creek Students came home From the Southern Regional  Science Olympiad Competition with 14 medals.  Please congratulate the following students on their excellent performance. 


#1 Astronomy

Josh Ellis

Chaitu Maroju

#1 Material Science

Hannah Cussen

Sharvita Paithankar

#1 Towers

Diana Dadkhah

Annika Petras

#1 Wind Power

Siddarth Ijju

Vatsal Shrivastava

#2 Astronomy

Leah Huzjak

Rupal Nigam

#2 Disease Detectives

Camryn Caldwell

Leah Huzjak

#3 Forensics

Anusha Vajrala

Boushrah Kassir




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