Category Archives: Extracurricular Activities

LMS Science Olympiad Team Places 22nd at National Competition

The Ladue Middle School Science Olympiad had a great showing at the National Science Olympiad Competition, held on May 18, 2013 in Fairborn, Ohio. The students competed against the top 60 teams from across the country. Ladue Middle School students placed in two events, Sounds of Music (3rd) and Write It Do It (5th). Overall the team earned 22nd place. We are very proud of the dedication and hard work of the following students:

Philip Adams
Luke Biernbaum (Sounds of Music)
Hans Chan (Write It Do It)
Justin Chen
Albert Liu (Write It Do It)
Annie Liu
Tom Liu
Wil Michael
Patrick Naughton
Seema Patil
Kate Prablek
Sahana Raju
Sasha Rice
Ezra Umen
Audrey Wang
Jeffrey Wang
Stephanie Zhong (Sounds of Music)

LHWHS Science Olympiad Team Fares Well in 2013 National Competition

The weekend of May 18-19, 2013, the Ladue Horton Watkins High School Science Olympiad Team traveled to Dayton Ohio to compete in the National Science Olympiad Tournament. Sixty teams from across the country, and a visiting team from Japan, competed in 23 events which included building a robot arm, building an elastic launched glider, astronomy, anatomy, a chemistry laboratory, a circuit laboratory, plus many more.

LHWHS Scholar Bowl Ranked #1 in Nation and Headed to National Competitions

The Ladue Horton Watkins High School Scholar Bowl team is currently ranked number one in the country and will be heading off to two national competitions.  The first is in Atlanta on Memorial Day weekend (May 25-27, 2013.)  The second is in Maryland from June 7-0, 2013.

LMS Students Win Blue Ribbon at St. Louis Science Fair

 

 

 

 

 

Abhay Cashikar, Ryan Cox and Emma Ross, all seventh-graders at Ladue Middle School, received a Blue Ribbon at the Academy of Science – St. Louis Science Fair for their project: “Injuries in Middle School Sports.”

2013 Senior Awards Recipients

On April 25, 2013, Ladue Horton Watkins High School honored many outstanding seniors at the annual Senior Awards Program.  Of special note, Samantha Shanker was the recipient of the faculty’s Scholarship Leadership and Service Award and Jeet Das was the recipient of the Dads Club Scholarship.   See the complete list of all Senior Award recipients.

DECA Students Qualify for International Conference

 

 

 

 

 

The following students competed in the DECA State Career Development Conference and qualified for the DECA International Career Development Conference:

LMS Duo Wins Composition Contest Three Years Running

On Thursday, April 9, 2013, Julie Tristan of KSDK’s Show Me St. Louis interviewed LMS students Ande Siegel and Menea Kefalov for winning first place in the Creating Original Music Project (COMP) for the third year in a row.  The segment, featuring Ande and Menea singing their song “This Generation,” appeared on Show Me St. Louis at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 11 on KSDK Channel 5.

Included with their first place award is a $1,000 donation from the University of Missouri, sponsor of the competition, to the Ladue Middle Schools music department.

Link to the segment.

Six LHWHS Students Qualify to National Speech and Debate Tournament

The Talking Rams competed in the National Forensic League’s Eastern Missouri Speech and Debate District Tournament in March. Six students qualified to the national tournament, many other students made it to the final round, and the team won multiple honors.

National Qualifiers:
Sarah Allen – Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking
Chloe An – Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking
Collin Christner and Sydney Petersen – Duo Interpretation
Jerome Gregory – Original Oratory
Haohang Xu – Lincoln-Douglas Debate

“Mr. Nice Guy”, Eddie Mungai, Named Mr. Ladue

Contest/Fundraiser Takes Habitat for Humanity Contributions Over the $25,000 Mark

On March 12, 2013 the fifth annual “Mr. Ladue Contest” was held at Ladue Horton Watkins High School Performing Arts Center with senior Eddie Mungai winning the coveted title.  Twenty-nine young men, chosen by their coaches and club sponsors, competed through interpretive ribbon dancing, improvisation, karaoke, synchronized dance and the all-important final question.  It was all in good fun, and also for a very good cause.  The money raised through ticket sales will go directly to Habitat for Humanity and this year’s earnings took the high school’s Habitat for Humanity Chapter over the $25,000 mark in fund raising over the life of the “Mr. Ladue” event.

Rams and CHARACTERplus Name 2013 Character Fitness Model Schools

The following news release was provided by the St. Louis Rams and can be read online at stlouisrams.com

The St. Louis Rams and CHARACTERplus, an initiative of the Cooperating School Districts, today announced this year’s Character Fitness Model Schools. Ladue Middle School in the Ladue School District, Point Elementary School in the Mehlville School District and Woerther Elementary School in the Rockwood School District were selected as the 2013 Character Fitness Model Schools.