|Student Name||School Grade Level||National Rank||State Rank|
|Luisa Gonzalez Jacquorie||10||24||3|
Atlanta INtown and Reporter Newspapers have named Robert Luke Joseph ‘20 as one of Atlanta INtown’s ‘20 Under 20’ honorees for 2020 and Maanit Madan, ‘20 has been named runner up in Reporter Newspapers' listing. All those featured are students who have done extraordinary things to help those in need, giving back to the community in significant ways.
20 Under 20 Honorees
Robert Luke Joseph '20
The senior designed a video game called 'Race', creating the concept, characters and animations to highlight marginalized groups and promote inclusion in the video game industry. He was recognized for his achievements last spring when he received the Rochester Institute of Technology Creativity and Innovation Award. Along with his involvement at school, including serving on the Student Council and co-leading the Student Culture Club, Robert Luke initiated a project and has volunteered his time over the last year at Campbell-Stone Assisted Living Facility creating a fundraising calendar for the residents.
"It may seem counterintuitive, but once you really become a dedicated volunteer towards a specific program or project, it can often take real patience and perseverence to make the difference you are committed to" he said. 'There are no shortcuts or quick fixes, and the nuances to contributing to social change involve hard work, dedication, and resilience, inside of the honor of seeing a job through."
Reporter Newspapers '20 Under 20' Runners-Up:
Maanit Madan '20
Senior Maanit Madan '20 captains the school's iHOT Robotics Team and has been instrumental in leading the team to quarterfinals in its division in the World Campionships for three years in a row. He also plays bassoon in the AIS band and co-founded two tech startups.