25 High Schools to compete in the semi-final and final rounds of the 2013 Euro Challenge in New York City
Congratulations to the 25 teams which have made it to the semi-final rounds of the 2013 Euro Challenge, to be held on April 12, 2013 at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in New York City!
This year, we have had more than one hundred high school teams from 17 states plus the District of Columbia participate in the preliminary regional competitions which concluded on March 25. Of the 25 teams competing at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in the semi-final round on the morning of April 12, 5 will advance to the final round held in the afternoon the same day.
The top five winning teams will receive monetary awards generously provided by The Moody’s Foundation, along with a trip to Washington, D.C. for the top two teams.
Once again, we congratulate the following schools for the excellent work in the preliminary rounds, and wish them all the best in their preparations for the semi-finals!
Oceanside High School, New York
Mt. St. Mary Academy, New Jersey
High School for Math, Science & Engineering, New York
Bronx High School of Science, New York
High Technology High School, New Jersey
Ridgefield High School, Connecticut
Hunter College High School, New York
Montclair High School, New Jersey
George W. Hewlett High School, New York
Marlboro High School, New Jersey
Princeton High School, New Jersey
Joel Barlow High School, Connecticut
Canton High School, Connecticut
Arlington High School, Massachusetts
International Academy Okma, Michigan
International Academy Macomb, Michigan
Coral Reef, Florida
Western High School, Florida
Miami Palmetto, Florida
School Without Walls, Washington, DC
North Allegheny Intermediate School, Pennsylvania
Rockport-Fulton High School, Texas
East Chapel Hill High School, North Carolina
Madison East High School, Wisconsin
St. Joseph’s High School, Indiana