Three Lindbergh High juniors win American Association of University Women award
April 4, 2017—Three Lindbergh High School juniors have won the American Association of University Women award for their academic achievements in science, technology, and mathematics.
This year’s award recipients are (pictured left to right) Josie Martin in technology, Kiana De Jesus in mathematics, and Layla Mahmood in science.
The young women were cited for their academic excellence and mastery of mathematics and science, and as leaders at their school and their engagement in many extracurricular and volunteer activities. (Photo courtesy of Lindbergh student Spencer Davis)