Cougars in the news 2021 - 2022
Cougars in the news 2020 - 2021
Shreyaa Karan received an Honorable Mention Award for the project "Cranial Hemorrhage - Sectionalization & Ascertaining the Non-Contrast CT Scans using Deep Learning" at the 2021 Synopsys Science Fair Championship from the Santa Clara Valley Science and Engineering Fair Association (SCVSEFA). In addition to this, she received a Special Award from the Yale Science and Engineering Association for her project. This award is given to the most outstanding 11th grade student at the Synopsys Science Fair whose project lies in the field of Computer Science, Engineering, Physics, or Chemistry.
5 EVHS PTSA students earned the Distinguished Presidential Service Award this year!
Congratulations to Sneha Revanur
Winner of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations for 2021, representing the Bay Area for her work work on Encode Justice
Harriet and Annabel Gensler participated in the Marian Filice Youth Piano Competition at Gavilan College and won 1st and 2nd place and received $800. They donated that money to the Bill Wilson Center
Kaylyn Phan, Affiliate Winner
Jessica Qu, Affiliate Rising Star
Anushka Sheth, Affiliate Honorable Mention
have earned an NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing (AiC).
The Bay Area Affiliate of the AiC selects 70 winners from a pool of 234 applications covering 13 Bay Area counties.
Congratulations to HIRAL MEHTA for earning the 2020 Presidential Volunteer Service Award!
Congratulations to CLAIRE ZHU for earning the 2020 Presidential Volunteer Service Award!
Congratulations to NIVEDITA L. SANGHAVI for earning the 2020 Presidential Volunteer Service Award!
EVHS's Science Olympiad team, as part of Science and Tech Club has virtually attended a number of national invitational competitions, some numbering over 150 teams in size, and brought home impressive results.
Mr. Ortiz's Spanish I project, a newspaper, in Spanish, called La Voz.
La Voz in English means "The Voice"
Students can publish their opinions about the world and practice their Spanish at the same time.
Please enjoy our first edition of la Voz
Congratulations! William Kimani!
William has been selected to receive an engraved bronze Distinguished Finalist medallion in The 2021 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards for outstanding volunteer work! He was chosen by state-level judges as one of the top CA runners-up in this year’s program.
This is a great honor for William and for EVHS.
Way to Go William!
EV's Raymond Tran was selected to participate in the Stanford Earth Young Investigators Biodiversity program this summer!
Urja Gathoo published her first novel, "The Earth & the Skye" through Amazon.
The book is about Gun Violence incidences in schools and the effects of those directly/indirectly affected by it.
"A school shooting. Seven bullets. Seven dead. One twin alive, the other gone. A little over four months later, after politicians have stopped using her pain as their personal weapons after the world has moved on and the news cycle has forgotten, fifteen-year-old Skye Donovan is struggling to glue together the shattered remains of her life and let go of her twin, who had been her everything."
EV's Shreya Vinjamuri and teammates Isabella Hochschild and Aarushi Choudhary created the Buddi app this summer. They won second place in the Information and Coping Tools division of the COVIDathon challenge.