On Tuesday, April 1, several students from our school traveled to the College of Charleston to compete in the Lowcountry Regional Science and Engineering Fair. We set up at the TD Center in the early afternoon with about 40 other competitors. Students spent the day standing around, waiting and finally, answering the judges’ questions.
Academic Magnet and Porter Gaud swept most of the senior awards. “One of those kids was locating a black hole,” said Grayson, “but he was working with a lab at the College of Charleston.”
The Georgetown School had several winners in Junior 1 and Junior 2:
Ryleigh Neubauer: 1st place. Math and Computer Science–Junior 1; Isabella Neubauer: 2nd place. Earth and Environmental Science–Junior 2 (she also received awards from NOAA and the Charleston Soil and Water Conservation); Grayson Sossamon: 1st place. Math and Computer Science–Junior 2; Adara Grant: Honorable Mention–Physics and Astronomy.
Thank you, Dr. Neubauer and Mrs. Lee for your roles in implementing our participation in this event. We enjoyed the ice cream!
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