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The Science Olympiad team poses for a photo with the trophy after the competition. (Photo by Ian Martin)

Science Olympiad team places second, continues to dominate

David Ren May 1, 2019

The Science Olympiad team placed second at the Massachusetts State Science Olympiad  Saturday, March 23. At the Olympiad hosted by Framingham State University, fifty five high school teams from...

Profile: Jessica Chen

The Newtonite November 30, 2016

Finding a niche at North can be a daunting task, considering the wide array of clubs, sports, and other activities that the school offers. However, finding such a place is rewarding, explained junior...

Freshmen share experiences transitioning into North

Freshmen share experiences transitioning into North

The Newtonite March 30, 2016

by Laura Schmidt-Hong In early September, students walk down North’s bustling hallways, some chatting with friends and others rushing off to class. Many of the freshmen already appear comfortable in...

Photo courtesy of Massachusetts Envirothon.

Envirothon places first in state, advances to North American competition

Jackie Gong June 10, 2015

by Jackie Gong This school’s Envirothon team, a branch of science team, took first place out of 30 teams at the Massachusetts Envirothon competition for the fourth year in a row, allowing them to advance...

Photo courtesy of Kavish Gandhi.

Science team places second out of 46 teams at Science Olympiad

Jackie Gong April 5, 2015

by Jackie Gong North’s science team placed second out of 46 teams at the Science Olympiad competition at Framingham State University Friday, March 27 according to senior Izzy Brand, captain of the ‘Buildaheads’...

Science team places second at Ocean Bowl regionals

Lucy Lu March 11, 2015

North’s A team won second place at Ocean Bowl regionals Saturday, Feb. 28, only ranking below Lexington High School, with North’s B team in seventh. There were 12 schools and 24 teams at the buzzing-style...

Science team named state champions of Verizon Innovative App Challenge

Science team named state champions of Verizon Innovative App Challenge

The Newtonite January 15, 2015

by Cate Waters [UPDATE 1/16/2015]: Judges did not select Internus as a New England regional finalist. Students from North’s science team won the state championship of the Verizon Innovative App Challenge...

Science team places second in Massachusetts State Science Olympiad

Science team places second in Massachusetts State Science Olympiad

The Newtonite April 9, 2014

by Jacob Sims Speyer This school’s science team recently placed second overall in the high school division of the Massachusetts State Science Olympiad, held at Framingham State University, Saturday,...

Malini Gandhi 13, juniors Kaija Gahm and Kavish Gandhi, and seniors Ying Gao and Eliana Gevelber pose with their Second Place award.

Science team places in national competitions

The Newtonite September 9, 2013

by Connor Vasu All summer long, the science team practiced extensively for the two national competitions for which they had qualified. Twice a week the team would prepare together, and members would spend...

Sciences team places fourth at competition

Journalism Class February 17, 2013

By Meriel Hennessy This school’s science team participated in its last meet of the season Thursday at Burlington, coming in fourth place with a total of 59 points, according to senior Gloria Li, a captain...

Science team places third in competition

The Newtonite December 19, 2012

by Alex Feit This school’s science team placed third out of 15 participants at the West Suburban Science League (WSSL) competition at Bedford Thursday, according to senior Zachary Rosenof, a captain...

Science team members participate in female-only competition

The Newtonite December 16, 2012

by Alex Feit Female science team members participated in the Women of Science competition at Bedford Saturday, Dec. 8, according to senior Natsuko Yamagata, the captain for the event. Seniors Catherine...

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