Posted: March 22, 2017

We’re thrilled to recognize the 37 students who competed in the Southwest Regional Science and Engineering Fair on March 11 at Alki Middle School in Vancouver, WA. Camas had an extremely strong showing—the culmination of much hard work by dozens of exceptional individuals and their dedicated leaders. These standouts include:

– Tsering Shola (chosen to go to the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair)
– Sarah Wells-Moran
– Amy Fan
– Bailey Segall

– Yozen Fang, Michael Bargenda & Phillip Kuhle, 2nd in Physical Science
– Tsering Shola, 1st in Life Science
– Monica Chang, 3rd in Life Science
– Amy Fan & Bailey Segall, 2nd in Environmental Science
– Chloe Higgins, Odessa Thompson & Rose Leveen, 3rd in Environmental Science
– Sarah Wells Moran, 2nd in Engineering
– Lexi Howard, Walter Scheldorf & Jordan Chase, 3rd in Engineering

The SW Washington Science and Engineering Fair, for grades 9–12, is affiliated with Intel ISEF and the Washington State Science and Engineering Fair, which takes place the weekend of March 31 in Bremerton.

Did you know? Students in grades 1-12 are eligible to participate WSSEF as an individual student or as a member of a team (up to three students). They can participate independently of school (under their parent), or be affiliated with their teacher. The range of project categories is vast, as are the sponsors who will be awarding well over $1 million in prizes and scholarships (including two students to be awarded all-expenses paid trips to participate the Broadcom MASTERS competition in Washington DC this fall).