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Johnson High School in the News
Johnson Senior Honored with Character Award, Scholarship:
On Wednesday, JHS Senior Peter Yang received the Character Award at the Ethical Leadership luncheon in St. Paul. He was featured here in an 5 Eyewitness News segment.
Students at Farnsworth Aerospace and Johnson Senior High School in Saint Paul shared an out-of-this-world experience Monday, Oct. 21, 2013 when a real NASA astronaut visited their schools. Saint Paul native Duane “Digger” Carey spoke with students at Farnsworth and Johnson High School about his experiences. Read all about it here!
JHS student Natalie Yang has been seleced out of 3,000 volunteers as Big Sister of the Year for the Twin Cities area by Big Brothers Big Sisters. Check out the article that appeared in the Lillie News: Johnson High girl is good 'Big Sister'
Inside Track: 3M gets mentoring award
Houa Xiong, a senior at St. Paul Johnson High School, and her mentor, 3M engineer Keith Grauppman, have a great relationship that spanned a 3M internship last summer for Xiong and helped inspire her to apply to Macalester College and the University of Minnesota to study science and math.
2/11/13 Star Tribune Article
Johnson Senior High Justin Thao, was recently feature in Hmong Pages, a monthly news magazine. Justin has a long list of accomplishments in academics, athletics, arts, and multiple leadership roles. Click here to read the article, "Justin Thao: Head Of The Class".
Three JHS students; Mai Kia Lia Van, Mike Xiong, and Alisha Moua, chose to be community involvement leaders by serving as election judges. WCCO News featured these outstanding students in a segment on November 5, 2012.Click here to view the video and article if you missed it.
Kalia Vang also volunteered to serve as a translator for her mom and others at their East Side polling place. She was featured in a Pioneer Press article. Click here to see this article.
JHS teacher, Logan Kane and his AP Government class, took the time to be intervierw by the Twin Cities Daily Planet about the electoral college vote. Please click on the following link to read the article and see how impressive these students were during this interview entitled: "2012 election: Twin Cities students learn about democracy in real time"