The Abington Junior High School held its 25th annual Science Fair on December 12th.
“More than 250 students presented and displayed their projects for peers, parents, teachers, administrators, and community visitors,” according to a statement from the Abington School District. “In addition, select winning projects will further be presented at the Montgomery County Research Competition.”
“Each year, the projects created by 7th grade honors science students include a wide array of interesting subjects that have real world applications, ranging from analyses of the human brain to experiments in energy,” the statement continued. “With a growing interest in, and focus on, STEAM education nationwide (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics), this is one of Abington School District’s many ongoing initiatives that emphasize the 4Cs essential to 21st century skillsets — critical thinking, collaboration, communication and creativity.”
The photographs are provided courtesy of the Abington School District, 2018.