APS News Release

APS Students Invited to Participate in Summer Residential Governor’s School and World Language Academies

Twenty-nine APS students have been invited to participate in the Summer Residential Governor’s School for Academics, Mentorship, Visual and Performing Arts and World Language Academies. This program provides high school rising juniors and seniors in Virginia with intensive educational experiences in one specialty area of interest in visual and performing arts, humanities, mathematics, science and technology or through mentorships in marine science, medicine and health sciences or engineering. Summer Residential World Language Academies offer full-immersion academies in French, German, Spanish, Japanese and Latin.

Congratulations to the following students who are invited to participate this summer!

Summer Residential Governor’s Schools for Academics, Mentorship and Visual and Performing Arts

H-B Woodlawn
Kate Eggert, Humanities
David Myers, Theater

Vivian Haley, Dance
Enkhjn (Angie) Sukhee, Dance

Anna Freeman, Humanities
Arianna Hellman, Humanities
Emma Hemsch, Agriculture
Daisy Maxwell, Humanities
Cora McCabe, Agriculture
Bahareh Shahmoradi, Visual Arts
Daniel Torg, Mathematics, Science & Technology

Ajay Allman, Humanities
Andrew Dillon, Humanities
Benjamin Fillmore, Agriculture
Mary Granade, Humanities

Summer Residential Governor’s World Language Academies

H-B Woodlawn
Charlotte Thomas, French
Sophie Bourgeois, Spanish

Macy Jordan, French
Cameron Millsapps, Spanish
Eleanor Rosenberg, French

Elizabeth Adams, German
Lucy Lloyd, French
Emily Roske, Spanish
Harriet Shapiro, French

Amelia Jekanowski, Japanese
Taylor Sartori, French
Jack Schenkelber, German
Hunter Schmelling, Latin
Samuel Snaith, French

Applications are posted each year in early October on the Virginia Department of Education Summer Residential Governor’s School webpage or the World Language Academies webpage. Interested students should contact school counselors, resource teachers for the gifted and/or World Language teachers to learn more about this opportunity and/or visit aps2016.apsva.us/gifted-services.