FJH has successful Science Fair

“ We had so much support with Science Fair! The judges had very flattering

things to say about the quality of the projects this year. Several said that many were high

school level, and this is the best sampling of work they’ve seen from the junior high.

Overall, it was a huge success!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The annual Science Fair at Friendswood Junior High was held recently ​ on

campus and first through third places were awarded in several catagories. The fair was

under the direction of Jenny Dixon.

In the Behavioral and Social Sciences category, Neelesh Gupta won first place

with Ellie Wilber in second and Alex Carbone-Larson in third place.

In Biochemistry and Microbiology, Milayla Weist won first place.

In Biology, Pradhitha Boppana won first place with Spence Wignall in second

place.

In Chemistry, there was a tie for first place awarded to Keshay Ramchandran and

Jason Thomas. In second place, Carson Collins won with Jake Burke taking third place.

In Computer Science, Xavier Carbone-Larson won first place.

Ryan Peplinski won first place in Earth, Space and Environmental category with

Lucas Hopkins in second and Savannah West in third place.

In Energy and Transportation, Blake Propst received first place with Kai Wharton

in second place and Lily Ellis in third place.

In Engineering and Physics, Zeke Bickham won first place with Evan Rosenthal

in second place. Daniel Londa and Daniel Nagle tied for third place.

​ “ We had so much support with Science Fair! The judges had very flattering

things to say about the quality of the projects this year. Several said that many were high

school level, and this is the best sampling of work they’ve seen from the junior high.

Overall, it was a huge success! And great job to the 4 sixth graders who placed!” Dixon

said.

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