Awards Archive

Historic Triple Crown Victory

Yesterday the Maharishi School boys tennis team made Iowa history in many ways. By winning the Class 1A State Team Championship, they completed the coveted “Triple Crown,” having won the State Singles and State Doubles Championships last Saturday. Pictured: kneeling L-R: Sam Stickels, Chandre Morales; standing: Coach Steve Briggs, Assistant Coach and alumnus Luke Hillis, Solaris... Read More »

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Boys Win State Championship in Singles and Doubles Tennis

The Maharishi School tennis team returned from the state tournament with a trunk full of trophies. Junior Sam Stickels defeated long time Fairfield rival, Govi Punj, in a final that reversed the outcome of their district result two weeks ago. En-route to the state title, Stickels defeated the #1, #2, and #4 seeds without dropping a... Read More »

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Pioneers Win Substate - Advance to State Final 4

Maharishi School defeated both Grinnell and Pella today to advance to the State finals in Des Moines. The Pioneers shut out Grinnell 6-0, and then earned a hard fought 5-1 win over a determined Pella squad. Double winners for the Pioneers were Sam Stickels, Chandre Morales, Solaris Nite, Surya Sawhney, and Girindra Selleck. Surya Sawhney won... Read More »

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DeAngelis Dregs - Good To The Last Mickey

By Maharishi School Golf Coach Ed Hipp Congratulations to Pioneer Golf Team Captain Mickey DeAngelis! He is a District Qualifier … again. For the second year in a row, Mickey tied for fourth place at the Sectional Championship in order to move on to the second of the three rounds of the State Championship. Since only... Read More »

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Surya Sawhney Recognized at the Annual Governor’s Scholar Recognition Ceremony

Surya Sawhney, son of Rajeev and Sabhita Sawhney, was recognized by Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds for outstanding academic achievement at the 11th Annual Governor’s Scholar Recognition Ceremony April 27 at Hy-Vee Hall in Des Moines. The statewide program, sponsored by the Iowa Governor’s Office, Iowa High School Athletic Association and its title... Read More »

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Bimba Shrestha Reports on the Intel International Science Fair

The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair has been a once in a lifetime experience for me. I got a chance to look around LA, talk with Nobel Prize winners about their successes and failures, and meet scientists and engineers from over 70 different countries. I don't know if I have ever been to anything as... Read More »

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Pioneers Capture District Title in Boys’ Tennis

The Maharishi School of the Age of Enlightenment tennis boys’ team captured another district title Thursday in Fairfield. Rain forced the meet from Fairfield Middle School into Maharishi University of Management Recreation Center. The players attempted at one time to go back outside, but the move outdoors was short-lived. MSAE won the district meet and will... Read More »

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Achievements Update for 2013-14 by Dr. Richard Beall

Dear Friends, Our school year is coming to a close, and I want to share with you some of the highlights from the year. We have much to be proud of as we continue the legacy of excellence that derives from our Consciousness-Based Education. Last fall we were contacted by a production company in Montreal who... Read More »

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Maharishi School Wins Art Awards

From the Fairfield Ledger -- By Andy Hallman -- Greg Thatcher could not be prouder of his art students. Thatcher teaches art at Maharishi School of the Age of Enlightenment, which has a long history of winning awards at the highest levels of competition. Earlier this spring, Maharishi School entered 15 pieces in the Southeast Iowa... Read More »

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Students Compete in Iron Chef Cook-Off

Over the course of the last month Laurie Baumann has been hosting an Iron Chef-type competition in her advanced cooking class, part of Maharishi School's Seed-to-Table program. Contestants are given ingredients from which they must create a meal. Saturday's final show-down between Mickey DeAngelis, Brandon Prather-Huff and Davin Titus, was judged by local epicureans Steve Boss... Read More »

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