Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Team won at competition in Maryland over the weekend.
Last week marked the fourth and final round of competitions for the Air Force Association CyberPatriot V National High School Cyber Defense Competition. This past Friday, five students from Chantilly Academy – A Governor’s STEM Academy competed in the Open Division National Finals Competition event against 12 other competitor teams from across the country. On Saturday evening, Fairfax County Public Schools teams swept all honors in the 2013 AFA CyberPatriot National Championship Competition. Chantilly Academy’s TEAM VOID was honored as 2013 AFA CyberPatriot Open Division National Champions, and runner-up teams from Marshall Academy earned second and third place honors. Nationally there were more than 1,200 teams (a team consisted of two …
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Chantilly Academy team qualified for national finals in cyber defense competition.
Student teams from Chantilly Academy and Marshall Academy who will compete in the national finals of the CyberPatriot V competition will be congratulated at a special reception, hosted by Marshall team sponsor TerraWi, at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, at the company’s offices in McLean, according to a news release from Fairfax County Public Schools. Chantilly Academy and Marshall Academy are two of the six high school academies in Fairfax County Public Schools. Two Marshall Academy teams and one Chantilly Academy team qualified for the national finals in the competition, recognized as the premier high school cyber defense competition. CyberPatriot is designed to inspire high school students to pursue careers in cyber security or other STEM (science…
Sunday, August 26, 2012
Association honors two educators from the Governor's STEM Academy at Chantilly High School.
Sunday, August 26, 2012
The Virginia Association for Trade and Industrial Education recently honored two educators from Chantilly Academy, which is now known as the New Commonwealth Governor’s STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) Academy at Chantilly High School. The association named Doug Wright, academy administrator, as Outstanding Career and Technical Educator for outstanding service to the field of trade and industrial education. Chris Wyckoff, who teaches construction technology at the academy, was named the Outstanding New Career and Technical Teacher. Wright has advanced STEM, along with career and technical education, by pursuing a partnership with ProFinishes Plus that teaches students green technology in the Automotive Collision Services …