Arrowhead High School
Students compete in Chemistry Olympiad
The Milwaukee Section of the American Chemical Society announced the names of the top scorers on the qualifying round of the US National Chemistry Olympiad exam. One hundred thirty-nine first and second year students from fifteen schools across southeast Wisconsin competed for the opportunity to join the US National Team.
Placing third overall was Parker McColl of Arrowhead High School. Parker has qualified to compete for a position on the US Chemistry Olympiad team.
Also qualifying from Arrowhead High School was Kevin Jin who placed forth in the competition. Parker is a student of Brian Corry and Kevin is a student of Erling Antony.
Arrowhead had a total of thirteen students among the hundred thirty-nine students from fifteen schools that took part in the event. Four of the top ten and seven of the top twenty students in the competition were members of the Arrowhead team. Only ten students from southeastern Wisconsin are allowed to take part in the national exam with no more than two from any one school. Arrowhead High School has placed two students in this competition in all but one year since 1992. Congratulations to the team, their teachers and to Parker and Kevin who have qualified to take the National Level of the exam at Carroll University.