Justin Fink Named Finalist for AIA Scholar Activity/Athlete Award

Chandler Prep Senior Justin Fink has been recognized as a finalist for the prestigious AIA Scholar Activity/Athlete of the Year Award for 2017-18. 

Fink will be honored, and the winner will be announced, at the AIA Champions Awards Luncheon to be held on May 21st, 2018 at the University of Phoenix Stadium. The event will be streamed live on http://AZPreps365.com

Justin was selected as a finalist based on the incredibly well rounded resume he has put together in his years spent at Chandler Prep. Just a few of his accomplishments that garnered him consideration include:

Academic Honors

National Merit Commended Scholar

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Medalist

Recognized for Achievement in math and sciences

Arizona Association of Teachers of Mathematics

Scored in the top 10% of test takers four years. Placed 46th in the state his Senior Year

American Mathematics Competition

Two time American Mathematics Competition (AMC10) School Champion and two time AMC12 school champion

American Invitational Mathematics Exam

Qualified through top 5% national performance on the AMC12



AIA Conference 3A Region 5 1st Team, 2018

4 year varsity letterman, Team Captain

AIA All State 1A-4A All academic team, 2017


US Open Class Champion (Class A), 2015

National Scholastic High School Championships, 17th Place (Blitz), 2017

State scholastic blitz champion 2018, state scholastic bughouse champion 2017, 2018

Expert Rated Chess Player, Ranked #58 in the country for all 18 year olds, March 2018

AIA State Best Board 1 (2016), State Co-champion (2015), State Runner-up (2017), Region Champion and Best board 1 (2015), 4 year state qualifier

Chess Team 4 year captain


Founded and ran the A Capella Club with regular weekly meetings and outreach performances.

Selected to the All-Region Choir as a Tenor

Community Involvement

Student Ambassador

Key Club

CAR (Children of the American Revolution) Hohokam Society President

Dean’s Council Student Representative

Good Luck Justin! You continue to make the Chandler Prep Community Proud!