The upper school Science Olympiad team took a small contingent to the the Viking Invitational Saturday, Jan. 20, and finished in first place out of eight schools.
The upper school Science Olympiad team took a small contingent to the the Viking Invitational Saturday, Jan. 20, and finished in first place out of eight schools. Pembroke Hill placed in the top three in 14 events out of the 17 events entered.
Here are results from the competition:
Anatomy and Physiology - Maya Chan
Chemistry Lab - Maya Chan
Disease Detectives - Rishabh Gaur and Tristan Wells
Dynamic Planet - William Baker and Rishabh Gaur
Fermi Questions - Daniel Bauman
Hovercraft - Maya Chan and Charlie Snell
Optics - William Baker and Daniel Bauman
Rocks and Minerals - William Baker and Tristan Wells
Thermodynamics - Daniel Bauman
Write It Do It - Daniel Bauman and Matthew Clauss
Ecology - Rishabh Gaur
Herpetology - Daniel Bauman
Remote Sensing - William Baker and Rishabh Gaur
Towers - Ross Copeland (Assisted by William Baker and Maya Chan)
Only the top event score from each school is medal eligible. Other students competing who contributed outstanding performances include: Nathan Gaid, Madison Gearin, Nicholas Rao, Ira Vats and Aarav Yarlagadda.
Science Olympiad Coaches: Dr. Kimberly Cho and Mrs. Lisa Barnett
Volunteer Coaches: Dr. Martitia Barsotti and Dr. Paul Chan