This year we had 19 students particiapte in our annual Science Fair Convention. Their ages ranged from elementrary grade levels to high school seniors. We also had 6 adults submit entries and participate in our Saturday evening presentations with peer review from professional scientists!
High School – Experiment and Historical Data Assessment
1st Madeline L. – Exploring Right Vs. Left Brain Dominance in People
2nd Crystal S. – Irreducible Complexity of Organisms
High School – Communicating Science
1st Hannah G. – The Eye Color Phenomena
2nd Augustin L. – Applying the Laws of Physics to the Game of Golf
3rd Savanna B. – DNA
Adult – Historical Science
1st Melody L. – Monument of Kings: A Heavenly Record of the Glory of God
2nd Tirzah J. – Dragons and Dinosaurs: The Folklore Connection (Tirzah also designed the new Dragons exhibit in the museum!)
3rd Faith L. – Autism: One Family’s Journey Into Understanding
Adult – Communicating Science, Data Collections, Experiment
1st Rachel B. – The Science of Cakes
2nd Andrew J.- World of Lepidoptera : The Life Cycle of the Butterfly
3rd Becky S.- Fossil Making Experiment: Exploring the Feasibility of Fossil Formation in a Short Time Period
Two Home Educated High School Seniors Win $500 Cash Prize Scholarships
The Alicia Cooper Memorial Fund honored two of our qualifying home educated high school seniors Augustin Lanshe and Madeline Lanshe with $500 scholarships for their excellent science fair projects and nicely written essays on how they will maintian their Christian faith during their college education. It was a VERY CLOSE race!
The prize money they recieved will go directly toward each winner’s college education and will be given directly to the college of their choosing.
Written by Cindy Julius