“She is a great student that actively seeks out learning opportunities because she wants to know more.

Educator, Robert McQueen High School

 
She is one of the most remarkable students I have had the privilege of working with -

a bright, hardworking and a natural leader.”

— Educator, Edward C. Reed High School


She has taken on the most challenging science and math classes offered in high school and has gotten A’s in all the classes. She consistently goes above and beyond course requirements.
— Educator, Robert McQueen High School
 
She is doing amazing things in field heavily dominated by men and we certainly need more young women just like her. She is a strong and driven leader with a brilliant mind that works collaboratively in order to create the extraordinary. She has big goals and I have no doubt in my mind that she can achieve them. 

— Educator, AACT

"If there was someone I thought could save the world, it would be her!"

— Educator, AACT


She is an incredibly curious young woman who is really challenging herself in all areas of science. She really excels in the STEM Field, but also really enjoys helping others. She volunteers at the hospital where she discharges patients, delivers mail or flowers and operates the front desk.
— Educator, Davidson Academy
 
She is one of the hardest working students I have ever taught and she consistently receives the highest scores in my class.
— Educator, George Whittell High School

"She has a curious mind and an 'I'll figure it out' attitude"

— Educator, Douglas High School


She participated in the school and regional science fair for three years and attended the international science fair her sophomore year.
— Mentor, Society of Women Engineers
 
The fact that she has mastered a science-based college-level course load in high school indicates she is the epitome of academic excellence. She won an academic scholarship to Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama, where she earned a college credit in “Introduction to Space Science” from the University of Alabama, Huntsville.
— Educator, TMCC High School

I don’t know how she does it all and is only in high school, but she does it—and she does it successfully as a woman of courage, confidence, and character!
— Educator, AACT
She is one of the hardest working, enthusiastic and modest students I have the pleasure of working with.

— Educator, Edward C. Reed High School

 

She is extremely smart, thinks critically about the information she is learning and challenges other students to do the same.

— Educator, Edward C. Reed High School


"She underestimates her potential but we can see that she is a shining star!"

— Educator, North Valleys High School

 
She consistently went and beyond the course requirements. She co-founded our schools Math Circle club and through her leadership inspires other students to challenge themselves beyond the typical high school level math. Her love of math is very apparent both inside and outside the classroom.
— Educator, Robert McQueen High School

She has completed a Senior project that displayed her passion for engineering and architecture design. I was very impressed with her planning and approach to getting the project done early.
— Educator, Carson High School
She is developing an educational video of research work to encourage other students to pursue STEM fields.

— Educator, Robert McQueen High School

 
 
She can succeed in whatever she puts her mind to and she has an interest in STEM related fields especially computer science and programming.
— Educator, Edward C. Reed High School

“I love her enthusiasm about not only math but also learning in general.

— Educator, Robert McQueen High School


She is the most dedicated and talented computer science student I have. She is one of only two girls in the school who has taken both Advanced Placement Computer Science courses. She seeks out opportunity, such as attending UNR Engineering MESA camp, Computer Science camp, and Robotics camp.
— Educator, George Whittell High School

She isn't waiting for college to dig into her STEM education.”

— Educator, Douglas High School

 
She jumps at the opportunity to participate in extracurricular activities involving math and science.
— Educator, Robert McQueen High School
"Her natural leadership has been instrumental in getting the school’s STEM club up and running."

— Educator, Douglas High School


She has come up with an amazing Girl Scouts USA Gold Award Project in which she combines both her passion for STEM and working with youths into a Spring Break day camp STEAM program at the Nevada Discovery Museum. She has planned, organized, fund-raised, recruited volunteers, and developed community partnerships to make it all possible.
— Educator, AACT

She is always willing and able to solve engineering problems and works tirelessly to get funding for the team and to make each team member feel like they belong on the team.
— Educator, The Davidson Academy
 
"She completed her Gold Award Girl Scouts of the USA project which included the design, creation and production of a planting tool that the Nevada Department of Wildlife now uses in its habitat regeneration program. She presented her Gold Award project to the Washoe County Regional Parks and Open Space Committee and the office of US Senator Cortez-Masto requested she submit her project for review. "

— Educator, TMCC High School


She is an incredible young woman who demonstrates nothing but enthusiasm for life and learning.

She was asked to be a biology teaching assistant because she had such an in depth understanding of the field. She is a laboratory research intern at UNR helping to develop diagnostic tests for fatal diseases and presented findings to academic colleagues." 

— Educator, Davidson Academy


 
She is a very active member of the school participating in so many activities and volunteering her time while still excelling in her classes.
— Educator, Edward C. Reed High School
 
She is currently taking physics and has already successfully completed advanced biology and advanced chemistry. Her marks have always been above average and she is always incredibly enthusiastic about the new subjects she learns.
— Educator, Davidson Academy

Not many 17-year-olds have accomplished what she has in such a short space of time.”

— Educator, TMCC High School

 

"She is a natural leader and finds opportunities to share her love of STEM with younger students."

— Educator, Douglas High School