Student Accomplishments

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The Advanced Cohort: Members Since 2015



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I have recently been accepted for an internship at NASA. There, I will be working with information technology and applications. I have begun to build a website for my art brand called TheBluuPrint. I have created Instagram and Facebook pages for it already. Through the use of various mediums, I design and draw portraits by request.
I was able to take AP Computer Science during my Sophomore year, even though I did not take the prerequisite course for it. Also, I am currently working at the IT Hub at my school for the second summer. My job consists of keeping up the maintenance of the electronics and helping the other active camps with any technical problems they might have.
Thanks to my three years at IndeedWeCode, I have the opportunity to join another coding camp this summer. When school starts in the fall, I will be taking computer science. I participate in many extracurricular activities like Y.E.H. (Youth Ending Hunger), where we volunteer at food banks and more, art club, and I run track. This past school year I was selected to be a MAC Sister Scholar which is a program at my school for African American girls to motivate each other. I have also been on honor roll. I enjoy helping the new coders with their projects so much that I am interested in a computer science major in college. In 2018, I am so excited to be going to Greece with my school's string orchestra as a bassist.
My sophomore year was very eventful. I developed a website for my IB MYP (International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme) Personal Project on ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) tears. (View my work at corinmanning.github.io.) I earned three Scholastic photography awards: one Gold Key and two Honorable Mentions. For Ohio History Day, I created a documentary on the War on Poverty. In Computer Science, I expanded my knowledge of the Scratch language. I was selected to be on the Principal’s Student Leadership Team and as an Incoming Student Ambassador. Also, it was my honor to serve as Third Vice-President of our new NAACP chapter and be invited to become a MAC Sister Scholar (Minority Achievement Committee). After a long year of recovery from two knee surgeries, I lettered in track as a sprinter. Proudly, I was voted Junior Class President and introduced as IWC’s first student Website Manager! In July, I will be attending another exciting coding camp. I was ecstatic to be 1 of 40 co-ed students chosen for Tech Corps’ new Cyber Security camp. Right before school starts, I will serve as an Orientation Student Leader. My classes will include AP Computer Science, and two college courses: KAP African-American History and KAP Photography (Kenyon Academic Partnership).
I am an Honor Roll student maintaining a 3.5-3.6 GPA all school year. I have been a varsity cheerleader for Bedford High School for 3 years and I also run track. I will be taking marketing and business foundation in the fall when school starts.
I have been in IndeedWeCode for three years. The program has taught me so much and has given me many options. Recently, I have been fortunate enough to get an internship at Rockwell Automation which is the perfect opportunity. Also, I was inducted into the National Honors Society! I want to thank IWC for giving me great memories.


The New Class: Members Since 2017





As a high school student, I have earned a 4.0 GPA over the last seven quarters. I am a member of University Bound Scholars and the National Society for High School Scholars. I play flute in the marching band and oboe in the wind ensemble. I recently played a solo in the school production of Beauty and the Beast. In my senior year, I will be taking all science classes since I plan to study biomedical engineering in college. Also, I scored a 29 on the ACT.
I have become a part of the National Honors Society and maintain a 4.0 GPA. I participate in diversity, French, and math clubs at my school and volunteer at the Boys and Girls Club. I also played J.O. (Junior Olympics) volleyball throughout high school and lettered in field hockey. Additionally, I am the treasurer of a youth group at my church.
For the past two years, I have received honor roll awards. I also lettered in academics for earning honor roll distinction this year. I made varsity basketball, but I didn't play because I tore my ACL. My favorite subjects are biology and math. With my new found interest in computer programming, I hope to take a computer science class in upcoming years.
I have worked hard to keep good grades and maintain a GPA above 3.5. This year, I was a student leader and tutor. Throughout spring, I ran with the track team. My three main events were the 4x200m, 200m, and 400m. Recently, I have been getting prepared for college next year.
This year I played varsity golf in the fall and lettered in varsity track and field during the spring. I also received academic honors throughout the whole year. I am an active member of Antioch Baptist Church, where I recently planned a fundraiser. We raised money to buy shower filters for the residents of Flint, Michigan to assist them with the water crisis.
This recent school year, I have accomplished many things academically and in extracurricular activities. While in middle school, I was selected for maintaining a GPA in the range of 3.0-3.5 and was awarded the Principal’s Achievement Award. Also, I challenged myself with two honors classes: language arts and science. When I enter ninth grade, I will take all honors classes. In my seventh and eighth grade years, I was awarded twice while a member of African American Female Scholars. This group highlights students who maintain a GPA between 3.0-4.0 throughout their middle school years. I play soccer and basketball, run track and participate in choir. In high school, I expect to excel academically, as a student athlete and friend.
I am involved in many different activities and clubs with my school, including Leaders for Learning which helps younger kids with their school work and No Place for Hate that helps our school prevent bullying. Also, I have participated in the NASA MUREP(Minority University Research and Education Project) aerospace academy at Tri-C every year since sixth grade. In addition, I play basketball, golf, and I run track. This is my first year at IndeedWeCode and I already feel like I am learning something. This program has inspired me to dream bigger.
I am in an elective called AVID (Advancement Via Independent Determination). This class helps prepare students for actual college experiences inside and outside of class. I am also in a college prep class called CCP (College Credit Plus). This is an actual college class which gives you credit for high school as well as college. After four years of taking this class, you can graduate with your diploma and an Associate's degree. This will be my second year of both CCP and AVID. Also, I love to do nails, hair, and draw.
This year I will be working towards my goal to partner with hospitals and my dream college UCLA to organize a jump-a-thon to raise money for pediatric cancer. I’ve recently finished a tech and design class which has led to my success of designing a banner for the upcoming event that is being planned. Now that I have participated in IndeedWeCode, I can use my coding skills to make my plans go further. I will be taking an AP Computer Science class in the fall. With my new coding experience, I can share what I already know and learned while in IndeedWeCode.


Past Participants: Members Since 2015