Local students headed to state science fairs

SUWANEE -- Nearly 100 Gwinnett County Public Schools students will pit their science projects against the hard work of fellow students from throughout the state during two upcoming events: the Georgia Science and Engineering Fair and the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.

The Gwinnett middle and high school level students will have the chance to show what they've learned in their science classrooms after earning first place at the Gwinnett County Regional Science Fair in February.

A total of 55 student-researched projects from 17 different middle and high schools will represent the district during the upcoming competitions.

Students competing May 13-18 in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Pittsburgh, Pa.: Vivek Patel, Collins Hill High; Christina To, Grayson High; and Aprotim Bhowmik, Parkview High.

Students competing Saturday in the Georgia Science and Engineering Fair in Athens: Sarah To, Bay Creek Middle; Douglas Court, Creekland Middle; Dan Bi Han, Creekland Middle; Marion Cassim, Karen Gu and Grace Kim, Creekland Middle; Julia Whitten, Creekland Middle; Alec Cargin, Evan Kellams and Anthony Krajec, Creekland Middle; Mimi Do, Elise Young and Harrison Frederickson, Creekland Middle; Eboni McNeal, Mikaela Pavin and Tnsaye "Mimi" Demas, Five Forks Middle; Brendon Machado and Zafir Sharif, Five Forks Middle; Kennedy Williams, McConnell Middle; Amina Kadric and Ilona Moroz, Moore Middle; Sonnyra Ngeth and Lizbeth Segovia, Summerour Middle; Jenny Nguyen and Thuy Pham, Trickum Middle; Ryan Bhowmik, Trickum Middle; Odemi Pessu, Archer High; Brian Cosgrove and Madison Schomburger, Archer High; Eric Adinolfi and Ethan Scott, Archer High; Ezekiel Johnston, Brookwood High; Alec Browning, Mickey Creighton and Hobbie McCain, Brookwood High; Rickey Le, Central Gwinnett High; Nicole Kenning and Katie Lee, Collins Hill High; Anam Amirali, Allison Burg and Rebecca Cherian, Collins Hill High; Fernando Cruz, Collins Hill; Jasmin Evans, Collins Hill; Adelina Roman, Collins Hill; Hannah Lee and Mindy Ross, Collins Hill; William Bowling and Katelyn Leka, Collins Hill; Ryan Hawks, Collins Hill; Love Park and Vivian Vu, Collins Hill; Vinay Patel, Collins Hill; Maryann Bandy and Cassidy Pike, Dacula High; Daniel DiPlotti and Nick Mollica, Dacula High; Kianna Rodriguez, Brett Harper and Austin Collins, Dacula; Vivien Makhoul, Sam Moser and Joey Rutowski, Dacula; Patrick Barrett, Malik Drake and Brendan Higgs, Dacula; Anne Pelchat, Duluth; Courtney Duncan and Serena Shelangi, Grayson High; Willie Jin, GSMST, Anant Desai, Mark Wang and Michael Wang, GSMST; Grace Kim and Jin Noh, GSMST; Shawn Albert, GSMST; Jung-Ju Lee and Phoenix Phung, Mill Creek High; Sergio Parra, Mill Creek; Joella Lee and Natalie Murray, Peachtree Ridge High School; Katherine Li, Peachtree Ridge High; Hasit Dewan and Rikhil Shah, Peachtree Ridge; and Christina Wang, Peachtree Ridge.


ssilover1 3 years, 6 months ago

Articles like this need to be front page and need to be repeated as much as the naysayers' comments and ability to control the newspaper's prattle. This is a strong commentary on teachers who teach ALL students and on the students' accomplishments.


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