American Heritage School juniors Min-Kyu Kim and Max Ranis received perfect scores on their Advanced Placement exams, which is equivalent to earning an A in a college course.
Min-Kyu was one of three students worldwide to earn a perfect score on the AP statistics exam, and Max was one of 18 worldwide to score perfectly on the Calculus AB exam.
CORAL REEF HIGH SCHOOL
Several Coral Reef High School students were announced as 2017 Miami Herald Silver Knight Award nominees for their academic excellence and community service.
The nominees and their categories: Natalia Avila in Art; Rachael Osman in Athletics; Chloe Pfanz in Business; Rayen Arias in Digital and Interactive Media; Anderson Leal, in Drama; Robert Feder in English and Literature; Gianni LaVecchia in General Scholarship; Anna Patricios in Journalism; Cassandra Zuria in Mathematics; Justin Veira in Music and Dance; Brhea D'Mello in Science; Bruna Decerega in Social Science; Sara Sarmiento in Speech; Kristi Reno in Vocational Technical; and Sophia Aime in World Languages.
ST. STEPHEN’S EPISCOPAL DAY SCHOOL
St. Stephen’s Episcopal Day School announced the new Student Council for the 2016-17 school year. The officers and class representatives were inducted during a special chapel service.
The new student council officers: Ian Fox, president; Amelia Tovar, vice president; Alessandra Borges, secretary; Nicolás Imery, treasurer; Juliana Pérez, historian; and Salvatore Pizzolato, sergeant-at-arms.
The new class representatives: Joaquim Horvilleur, Lila Yale, Natasha Hellmund and Madison Ortega, first grade; Eduardo Cejas, Ila Urquidi, Cameron Capo and Peter Cejas, second grade; Garrett Fox, Isabella Sayfie Ranawat, Sebastian Imery and Ella Rodriguez, third grade; Angelina Lambrou, Jordan Porcelli, Julieta Carom and Agustina Iribarren, fourth grade; Brianna Fernandez, Charlotte Kennedy, Constanza Gimenez and Nicolás Boord, fifth grade.
ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL PARISH SCHOOL
St. Thomas Episcopal Parish School will host Operation Candy Corn through Nov. 3 for the community to donate Halloween candy to homeless children at Chapman Partnership in South Miami-Dade.
Candy can be dropped off at the school and will be stashed in classrooms until the end of the donation period. For information, call 305-665-4851.
MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Miami Edison High School hosted the 2016 Teacher Hiring Fair that included about 200 instructors and 80 Miami-Dade principals.
Instructors eligible for the state of Florida’s teaching certificate were interviewed for immediate openings. For information or job listings, visit jobs.dadeschools.net/teachers/Index.asp.
CHURCH’S PARTNER FOUNDATION
Church’s Partner Foundation kicked off its annual Coupon Booklet Fundraiser on Halloween in support of the Church’s Scholar Program.
Customers who donate $1 to the program will receive a free coupon booklet, which includes six coupons worth $20 in savings. The booklets are valid until Jan. 31, and are available at participating restaurants.
The fundraiser ends on Nov. 27. For information, visit www.churchspartners.org.