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ArlingtonAPS students find success at Junior Academy of Science

APS students find success at Junior Academy of Science

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Nearly 100 Arlington Public Schools students were selected to present their scientific work at the 2022 Virginia Junior Academy of Science (VJAS) Symposium, held online and coordinated by the College of William and Mary.

Sponsored by the Virginia Academy of Science, the competition encourages students in grades 7-12 to enter scientific-research investigations to foster encouragement for students to continue their education in science, engineering, and related fields.

Four Arlington students earned first-place honors: Nadia Lach-Hab (Dorothy Hamm Middle School), Ecology & Earth Sciences; Solomon Galpern (Washington-Liberty High School), Engineering B; Harriet Shapiro (Washington-Liberty), Environmental & Earth Science C; and Sam Watchman (Arlington Tech), Physics & Astronomy B.

The full list of awardees, as well as additional information about the organization and competition, can be found on the VJAS website, www.vjas.org.

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