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Shrewsbury High School holds science fair

By Rebecca Kensil, Contributing Writer

Nathaniel Mahowald discusses his science project. (Photo/Rebecca Kensil)

Shrewsbury – Shrewsbury High School hosted its seventh annual science fair Feb. 13 and 14.  Students from 10th grade chemistry honors and ninth-grade biology classes presented their year-long projects to judges. Projects were judged by difficulty, creativity, experimental design, and conclusion. The selected 12 students will progress to the regional fair at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in March.

To hear honors chemistry teacher Derric Lowery and his students Sonali Razdan, 16, and Nathaniel Mahowald, 16, speak about the science fair, click on the  link below:  

Shrewsbury High School Science Fair from Community Advocate Newspaper on Vimeo.

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