Tenth grader Mikhail Zelensky is a regular participant in educational trips, a winner of All-Russian and International Olympiads, and the holder of a Governor of Primorsky Region scholarship. During Science Week, Mikhail shared his experience of participating in design schools and olympiads with eighth grade students.
“Educational trips and design schools give a huge impetus to development,” says Mikhail. "You meet new people, exchange experience, form a team, and most importantly help each other to achieve results.”
Mikhail talked about the ways of entering universities and about the advantages that participation and victory give in competitions at various levels. He also recommended that even now younger students take an active part in appropriate stages.
Michael is not only a capable student, but also a talented instrumental musician, who has twice visited the SIRIUS educational center for musical educational programs.
He is a prize-winner of the regional stage of the All-Russian Olympiad of Schoolchildren in Computer Science;
a finalist at the NTI Olympiad in the field of Financial Technologies;
a winner of the “I want IT” hackathon at INNO CAMP in Sochi;
a winner at the scientific conference "Young Researcher" in Seoul;
a finalist at the All-Russian entrepreneurial projects contest "Preactum of the Future";
he twice participated in olympiadic schools at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology in the fields of Informatics and Informatics Profi;
a 2nd year student of Yandex. Lyceum. For his results for the first course, Mikhail was recognized as “Best on site” and 59th in Russia nationwide.
Finally, Mikhail is a permanent member of all Pacific schools. Design schools. Intensives “Schoolchildren. Territory Hi Tech.”
“We are pleased when our students achieve academic, creative and sporting success,” says ILS Principal Olga Shevchenko. “This is a great work that Mikhail has done, together, of course, with his team of parents and teachers, designed to help him develop his abilities and choose the right path.”