Two Cedarbrook students earn perfect scores at PJAS science fair; 22 CBK students medal

Cheltenham School district recently announced that Cedarbrook’s Nori Huynh and Cole Powers earned perfect scores at the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science regional science fair in Souderton.

“Picky Plants: What Color of Light are Plants Drawn To?” by Huynh, a seventh grader, and “‘Vowel’ Language: Letter Ratios and Wordle Success Rates” by Powers, an eighth grader were Cedarbrook’s top projects. Other projects focused on minerals, babies looking like their parents, clean water, E. coli, paper airplanes, and UV-C exposure.

22 Cedarbrook students participated in the competition, which drew more than 200 students from Montgomery County. 15 Cedarbrook students took home first-place finishes, six students earned second place, and one student earned third place.

First place awardees are invited to attend the PJAS state competition held at Penn State University in May.

Cedarbrook’s participants were: Isabel Areman, Massiom Bacchiochi, Julia Ball, Joey Bieryla, Shae Branch, Frida Brodsky, Grace Byard, Nayan Foxhall, Tessa Homa, Nori Huynh, Naomi Manglos, Nia Mayrant, Amaya McCants, Veronika Miller, Karlei Ogden, Joshua Owens, Cole Powers, Johnny Raisch, Zachary Rowe, Noelle Ryan, Josephine Semien-Graef, and Morohkaut Thach.

For more on the PA Junior Academy of Science fair, you can click here. For CSD’s announcement, you can click here.

Photo courtesy of Cheltenham School District