More than 75 young Mongolian children stayed warm throughout this year’s brutal winter thanks to the efforts of Cyrus Crockett (Class of 2017), a Stanford Online High School student from Nebraska.
- April 14, 2015
- April 7, 2015
FIRST Tech Challenge team 5206, The Knights of Ni, is advancing for the first time to the World Championship!
- March 31, 2015
Matthew Dupree (’16), Arthur Dvorkin (’18), and Matthew Li (’17) teamed up and won first place out of several hundred high school students at Teen Hackathon. The event comprise several hundred students and was held at PayPal’s headquarters in San Jose, California in March 2015. Eighteen high-tech Silicon Valley companies, including PayPal, Google, Dropbox, Weebly, and Texas Instruments, sponsored the two-day contest.
- March 22, 2015
Stanford Online High School named 6th “smartest” private school in America.
New online school beats most of America’s finest independent schools.
- January 25, 2015
Stanford Online High School is the first online school to be accredited by the California Association of Independent Schools.
- January 6, 2015
Several Stanford OHS seniors received news in December that they have been admitted to their top choice colleges and universities, including Harvard, Yale, Princeton, University of Chicago, Caltech, Harvey Mudd College, and Duke.
- May 3, 2014
Last fall, Adithya Ganesh (Class of 2014) and Vinjai Vale (8th grade) were awarded one of just available three spots on the stage for TEDx Kids @SMU 2013, “an ideal platform to present new, engaging ideas to the next generation of leaders, artists, creators, innovators, and inventors.” As impressive as the TEDxKids invitation is unto itself, more exciting still is Vinjai and Adithya’s project, IntentSense.
- April 29, 2014
Jacob Cordeiro ('15), who wrote his first book, Minecraft for Dummies at the age of 15, will be releasing his second book next month: Gamestar Mechanic for Dummies.
- April 28, 2014
In 2014, Stanford OHS launched its first parent-led Annual Fund Campaign.
- April 28, 2014
In April, Sage Palmedo won the silver medal in women’s saber at the 2014 Junior World Championships (20 and under) in Plodiv, Bulgaria.