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Amundsen IB CP Students Visit Microsoft

On February 22, 2019, juniors in the IB Career-related program traveled to the Microsoft Store-Oakbrook to learn about careers in the sale and marketing of technology products. Students had an opportunity to check out new Microsoft products from laptops to Surface Pros to robots. They also had the opportunity to interact with Microsoft professionals who talked to them about careers in their division. The students also learned about the professional networking site LinkedIn and about how to create an eye-catching, thorough, and engaging profile that will attract recruiters and potential employers. Thanks to Ms. Welch for organizing this trip!
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Viking Mathletes do it Again!

Congratulations to the Viking Math Team who prevailed once again at Lane Tech this weekend! Teams Algebra 1, Geometry, and Pre Calculus all took 1st place in their division with individual awards going to Isaac E. 1st place in Geometry; Tyler S. 2nd and Luis P. 3rd place in Algebra; Anar A. 2nd and Mungunshagai B. 3rd place in PreCalculus. Congratulations to all the participants and to their coaches, Ms. Olga Prappas and Mr. John Evans. Great job!
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The Amundsen Academic Decathlon Team advances to State again.

Congratulations to the Amundsen Academic Team for advancing to State. The Viking Decathletes won 11 individual medals at the CPS City Championship held at Whitney Young H.S. on February 23rd. The team's high scorer was Isaac E. Wish them luck at the State Finals on March 16, 2019 at Northeastern University. Go Vikings!!!
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GEARing UP for College: Parent Edition

Join the GEAR UP and Amundsen Counseling teams as we talk about GEARing UP for College! This event will take place at Amundsen on Saturday, March 9th from 10am-1pm. Parents can choose from a series of workshops to better prepare families for the college application process. We will have workshops for families such as Paying for College, Choosing a College, and much more! A light breakfast will be provided. This event is open to the families of Amundsen Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors. Spanish translation will be available.
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Amundsen Freshmen are on track for Success!

Congratulations to the Amundsen Class of 2022 for achieving a Freshmen-on-Track rate of 97% during the first semester! The FOT rate s a key predictor of high school success. Students who finish the ninth-grade year on track are almost four times as likely to graduate from high school as students who are not on track. We are proud of our freshmen and their teachers for working so hard to make sure that the class of 2022 is on the right path for college and career success.
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Amundsen Students: What are YOU doing this summer?

You could hang out at the beach but why not apply to an enrichment program? Enrichment opportunities are offered by universities, foundations, government offices, and businesses. They allow students to learn new skills and to discover future careers. Students can do STEM internships, work for a public official, and take early college classes. Many enrichment programs are free and others provide scholarships. Some programs are local, and others involve travel. Amundsen provides help and support to students applying to these opportunities through scheduled info sessions and by providing a regularly updated list of opportunities that is linked to the AHS website (top right-hand corner). All students are encouraged to apply to these programs and to check out the AHS calendar for the dates of upcoming information sessions.
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Amundsen Math Team Knows the Formula for Success!

Congratulations to the members of the Amundsen Math Team for their stellar performance on Saturday at Lane Tech! Shout outs go to Tyler S. and Amy E. who placed 3rd individually within their division. In addition, team awards went to the Algebra team (First Place), the Geometry team (2nd place) and the Pre-Calculus team (3rd place). Congratulations to our Viking Mathletes and to their coaches, Ms. Olga Prappas and Mr. John Evans. Great job Vikings!
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