The Ingenuity Project at Poly: Class of 2016
Class Size: 43
Perfect 800 SAT/SAT 2 Scores: 8
Percentage of students scored 4 or 5 on AP exam: AP Biology—83%, AP Chemistry—73%, AP Calculus BC—70%, AP Statistics—65%.
Awards and Scholarships:
Intel Science Talent Search: semifinalist.
Baltimore Science Fair: 1st Prize in Physical Sciences category. The winner went to Phoenix, AZ to compete at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. Additionally 22 students received a total of 34 special awards.
Maryland Junior Science & Humanities Symposium: 2nd and 3rd Place. Students earned the opportunity to compete at the 53rd National Junior Science & Humanities Symposium in Dayton, OH.
University of Maryland College Park High School Mathematics Competition: Baltimore City winner.
6 Johns Hopkins University Baltimore Scholars, 1 Jack Kent Cooke Scholar, 3 Johns Hopkins University Future Scholars, 4 College Park Banneker/Key Scholars, 1 UMBC Myerhoff Scholar, 1 Pennsylvania State University, Schreyer Honors College Scholar, 1 University of Maryland, College Park Scholars Program Scholar, 2 University of Maryland, College Park Honors Program Scholars, 1 University of Maryland, UMBC Honors College and a Sondheim Public Policy Scholar.
More than $7 million in scholarships
100% of Ingenuity Class of 2016 attending college, accepted to the following universities (among others):
Boston University, Brown University, Bucknell University, Cornell University, Deep Springs College, Dickinson College, Emory University, Gettysburg College, Hampton University, Johns Hopkins University, Lafayette College, Northeastern University, Reed College, University of California Los Angeles, University of California San Diego, University of Chicago, University of Maryland College Park, University of Pennsylvania, University of Richmond, University of Rochester, University of Virginia, Washington University in St. Louis, Yale University.
Ingenuity senior at Poly has been awarded 3rd place prize at the North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA) and the American Salvage Association (ASA) Science Fair.
Ingenuity senior at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, was selected as a national scholar in the 2017 Regeneron Science Talent Search.