Exciting Event at NOIC Academy: Jonathan’s Visit

On February 26, 2024, NOIC Academy was honored to host Jonathan, our esteemed Advisory Board member and former Vice Provost for Enrollment at Cornell University. It was a day filled with insights, learning, and unparalleled experiences for our students. Here’s a snapshot of the day:

Insightful Sharing: Jonathan opened the event by sharing essential tips on Ivy League interviews, emphasizing the crucial importance of soft/social skills alongside academic achievements.

One-on-One Interviews: Our students had the incredible opportunity to experience personalized interviews with Jonathan, gaining firsthand knowledge and valuable feedback to navigate their future academic journeys.

Panel Interview Role Play: The highlight was our students stepping into the shoes of interviewers in a role-playing session with Jonathan as the interviewee. This unique perspective not only enhanced their understanding of the interview process but also honed their interpersonal skills.

The day was not just about learning; it was about transforming perspectives and empowering our students to envision a future filled with success and achievements. We’re immensely grateful to Jonathan for sharing his expertise and to our students for embracing this learning opportunity with enthusiasm and curiosity.

Thank you to everyone who made this event a milestone in the academic year of NOIC Academy.

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A Celebration of Innovation and Discovery at NOIC Academy’s First Science and Math Exhibition!

We are thrilled to announce the resounding success of our very first Science and Math Exhibition at NOIC Academy! With an incredible turnout of 29 different groups, our students showcased their passion for learning and innovation across subjects like mathematics, physics, chemistry, and computer science.

🔬 From mesmerizing experiments captured in videos to interactive real-time projects that allowed the audience to dive in hands-on, the range of creativity and ingenuity on display was truly inspiring. Attendees not only witnessed the marvels of science and math but also got to experience the joy of discovery themselves.

🎮 But that’s not all! Our talented students also developed engaging games, coding them from scratch, offering everyone a chance to experience the fun side of learning. These games were not just entertaining but also a testament to our students’ skills in applying their knowledge in computer science to create something enjoyable for all.

This event was a fantastic opportunity for our students to present their projects, share their knowledge, and interact with an enthusiastic audience. We are immensely proud of the hard work, dedication, and creativity they have demonstrated.

A huge thank you to everyone who participated, supported, and visited the exhibition. Your involvement made this event a landmark in our academy’s journey towards fostering a love for science and math. This is just the beginning, and we look forward to exploring more horizons of learning together!

🚀 Stay tuned for more updates and discoveries from NOIC Academy, where innovation meets education.

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Creativity Meets Sustainability: NOIC Academy’s Eco-Friendly Hat Competition!

We’ve witnessed an explosion of creativity and environmental advocacy at our recent hat competition, where NOIC Academy students turned recyclable materials into fashion statements with a cause.

Highlighted projects included:

The Turtle-Themed Hat: Addressing ocean pollution, this creation underscored the importance of preserving marine ecosystems, presenting a compelling visual reminder of the threats faced by marine life due to pollution.

The Fast-Food Waste Statement: This design utilized discarded fast-food packaging to critique consumer culture and its environmental repercussions, offering a stylish yet stark commentary on waste reduction.

The Deforestation Awareness Hat: With a focus on the critical issue of deforestation, this hat emphasized the essential role of trees in maintaining ecological balance, advocating for conservation efforts.

The competition showcased NOIC Academy students’ ability to inspire change through creativity, reflecting the school’s emphasis on practical learning experiences that foster environmental awareness. We congratulate all participants for their exemplary work and for embodying the spirit of innovation that NOIC Academy strives to cultivate.

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Harvard Model Congress San Francisco Youth Leadership Program Concludes Successfully

From February 1st to 3rd, 2024, students from NOIC Academy participated in the Harvard Model Congress San Francisco Youth Leadership Program, a three-day event focused on leadership activities, situational problem-solving, and teamwork. This event was not only an academic exploration but also a splendid opportunity for students to unearth and discover their potential.

Over these three days, students engaged in intensive leadership training, delving into the pressing challenges facing the world today and learning how to collaborate to produce innovative solutions.

This program provided students with a platform to deeply understand the composition of business plans, enabling them to apply creative thinking to business strategies from theory to practice. In addition to the core curriculum, instructors also shared insights on Ivy League university admissions and applications, along with their personal leadership experiences and stories.

Participating in the Harvard Model Congress program, NOIC students not only improved their speaking, research, and teamwork skills but importantly learned how to integrate theoretical knowledge with practical situations, lead within teams, and prepare for their future academic and career paths.

The Harvard Model Congress program was a resounding success. It not only enhanced the students’ various skills but also strengthened their confidence in future learning and career planning. We are proud of their achievements and look forward to their continued brilliance in the future.

NOIC Academy will continue to support our students in participating in such activities because we believe that real learning occurs not only in the classroom but through the challenges and growth experienced in real-world practices.

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