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Success at STEM Challenges Earns a Trip to DC

The results of the first ever National STEM Challenge are in. The winners will receive an all-expenses paid trip to Washington, D.C to present their research. The National STEM challenge is a competition for students in grades 6-12 who are interested in making and presenting scientific discoveries. Each student chooses a theme and uses the scientific method or engineering design process to create projects.  All 50 states are represented, with approximately 126 total winners.  Parents of the winners were called and students were then notified via zoom that they had won.

This year’s grand winners from West (and recipients of the all-expenses paid trip to D.C. in April) are: 

Alex Hernandez Juarez
Sanskriti Negri
Nina Zhu

The runner-up candidates from West were (recipients of free 2 months to Codedex club-to learn PYTHON): 

Shurik Rajeev
Cole Thomsen
Anda Xie