Asheville Christian Academy Students Compete at Science Fair

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ACA was represented well at Wednesday’s Regional Intel Science and Engineering Fair at Western Carolina University.

Three middle school projects are now eligible to advance to state competition:  Bode Lizarralde (1st in Biology A), Kayla Graham and Lanie Pittman (1st in Biology B), and Katie Rudins (2nd in Biology B and winner of the Naval Award).  Also placing were Jane Jackson and Mayla Hetzel (3rd in Biology B), Riley Shuman (3rd in Earth and Environmental Science), Reece Collie and Jonathan Andrews (3rd in Chemistry), Rachel Lanter, Sophie Luna, and Caroline Sikkink (Honorable Mention in Chemistry), and Alex Rudins and Samuel Stashenko (Honorable Mention in Physics).

Congratulations to these students on this recognition for excellent work.

 

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Katherine L. Gower

My jaw drops when I see the performance of these junior school angels. Despite the fierce competition, these kids did a very good job to become the winner. I congratulate them for this achievement. I would like to hire a cv writer after reading purplecv review online because it will tell me about who is the best cv writer.

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