Watch one-on-one interviews with four of our Sycamore alumni: Ashley Gange, Kevin Karimi, Kevin Lehtiniitty, and Bill Ristow. They returned for our Talon TED Talk series, and we sat down with each before the event for some questions and answers. watch interviews
Sycamore School is Spell Bowl state champs! The Sycamore 4th and 5th grade Spell Bowl team earned a tie for the state championship, competing at Southport in November. Spelling 54 of 56 words correctly, they tied for the top honor with Valparaiso's Washington Township Elementary.
Emma Hermacinski of Sycamore School in Indianapolis is one of 28 award recipients of the Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship, a four-year high school scholarship for gifted learners to attend an optimally matched high school program to help them meet their unique intellectual and personal needs.
Sycamore School8th grader, Nicky Ivan, made it into the finals in the Scripps Howard National Spelling Bee before being one of the final 20 eliminated. Of the record 291 spellers competing in this year's bee, 40 were named finalists after two preliminary rounds.
Sycamore language arts students in grades 5-7 competed at the NLAL contest (Continental Math League's Language Arts contest) and each earned a top 10 national finish, with 7th grade winning the tournament and 5th grade finishng 2nd.
Sycamore students had a very strong showing at Purdue University on Saturday, March 11) in the 2017 State MATHCOUNTS contest. Sycamore was led by Rhea Acharya who finished second place and Noah Tan who finished fourth.
Rhea Battia and Georgia Bott, were named two of the five winners selected in the grade 4-8 category from entries from all over the United States in the Nationwide SBO (School Band and Orchestra) Magazine essay contest.
Sycamore School hosted the Central Indiana Chapter MATHCOUNTS Competition on Friday, February 17. Students and teams performing well at the Chapter Competition are invited to participate in the State MATHCOUNTS Competition which will be held at Purdue University on March 12th. As a team, Sycamore had a great day. Of the 193 competitors, all 10 Sycamore students finished in the top 60 individually,