How a Small School for Gifted Kids in the D.C. Exurbs
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Nysmith named a “Top 10 School in the World” by the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth

For Nysmith graduates winning “a disproportionate number of research and other awards

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\r\n\r\nOn March 25, 2017, the 4th-grade Nysmith School Odyssey of the Mind team, comprised of Henry Pan, Anaahita...
The Nysmith Science Bowl® team of Kaien Yang (Captain), Aneesh Edava, Anuraag Kaashyap and Yuvy Sethi won the...
The results of the March 2017 DCUDL debate tournament are in and several Nysmith students had exemplary perfor...
The AMC 10 is a 25-question, 75-minute, multiple-choice examination in high school mathematics designed to pr...
\r\n\r\nFebruary 1, 2017\r\nHerndon — A fourth grade team from The Nysmith School in Herndon achieved Highest Hono...
\r\nby Amy Aubert, ABC7\r\nFriday, November 4th, 2016\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nHERNDON, Va. (ABC7) — 13-year-old Alex Misiaszek g...
In December 2016, the Nysmith Debate Club participated in the Public Forum DCUDL Maya Angelou French Immersio...
\r\nFrom The Loudoun Times-Mirror:\r\nAlex Misiaszek, an eighth-grader at Nysmith School for the Gifted, is collab...
\r\nThe Nysmith School Debate Club competed in the Metro Speech and Debate Association Emerson Preparatory Schoo...
Nysmith student Kaien Yang was awarded the $10,000 Marconi/Samueli Award for Innovation for his vision and pr...

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In Math, fifth and sixth grade students enjoyed a morning of fractals and Sierpinski Pyramids! Students made mini pyramids, which they used to construct small pyramids, and then to construct medium pyramids. After all students had constructed a medium pyramid, the medium pyramids were combined to make a large pyramid! Students love applying the mathematical principles they’re learning to a fun project like the Sierpinski Pyramid! #WhyNysmith ... See MoreSee Less

In Math, fifth and sixth grade students enjoyed a morning of fractals and Sierpinski Pyramids! Students made mini pyramids, which they used to construct small pyramids, and then to construct medium pyramids. After all students had constructed a medium pyramid, the medium pyramids were combined to make a large pyramid! Students love applying the mathematical principles they’re learning to a fun project like the Sierpinski Pyramid! #WhyNysmith

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… a world-class experience that is filled with joy.

… children in a nurturing environment designed to spark their creativity, hone their critical reasoning skills, and boldly guide them through the complexities of an ever-changing world.

… children taking their place as confident, capable, and compassionate global citizens.

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