Armaan Ahmed, who finished in first place at the Cranbury School Geography Bee earlier this year, competed in the New Jersey State Geography Bee at Rowan University on Friday, March 29th. Armaan did an excellent job against the top geographers in the State. A special thank you to Sara Fernandez for accompanying Armaan to the event. Congratulations Armaan, on a job well done!
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Princeton High School students and Cranbury alumnae junior Jordan Guidi and senior Juliette Petruso were selected among this year’s recipients of the MSCBA Student Recognition Program!
Award is presented to an individual who has made a positive impact through his/her leadership in supporting the needs of gifted children and their educators.
On Saturday, March 23rd, Cranbury School middle school students competed in Regional competition. Multiple teams will move on to State competition!
Thanks to a generous PTO grant, the Cranbury School Physical Education Department was able to purchase colorful stacking buckets for their gym classes!!
On the evening of Friday, April 26th, students and faculty members will showcase their talents while raising money for the Childhood Leukemia Foundation.
On Saturday, March 16th, Cranbury School had 7 teams (47 students) participate in the Odyssey of the Mind Skyland Regional Competition in Flemington, New Jersey.
On the evening of Thursday, March 14th, Cranbury School and Sodexo hosted the 3rd Annual Future Chefs Competition. This year’s theme was Healthy Mexican Dishes. The purpose the Future Chefs Competition is to help children select healthier food choices.
On Tuesday, March 12th, the Cranbury School Science Olympiad Team competed at the State competition.