Madison competes at Science and Engineering Fair
Madison High School students competed at the Alamo Regional Science and Engineering Fair (ARASE) Wednesday, Mar. 6. Students were very successful in the competition, including one student who was the Grand Prize winner of the entire event.
Junelyn Gamao, 11th grade, 5th place botany category
Layne Garza, 11th grade, 3rd place in Earth and Space Science category, Geo-Earth Scientist Award, advanced to the Texas Exxon Mobile Science Fair
Katherine Howell, 10th grade, 1st place Zoology category, advanced to the Texas Exxon Mobil Science Fair
Valerie Gamao, 12th grade, 1st place Environmental category, First Grand Prize of her Fair, and Grand Prize overall, $48,000 scholarship to Trinity University, St. Mary's University, University of the Incarnate Word, and $8,000 scholarship to Texas A&M University. She received 3rd place Air and Water award, 1st place Young Woman Scientist Award, 1st place Stockholm Junior Water Prize award, 2nd place Water and Environment Association Award. She also advanced to the Texas Exxon Mobil Science Fair and advanced to the INTEL international science and Engineering fair in Phoenix, Arizona.
Madison students win at ARASE Fair.
Valerie Gamao with her ARASE Fair plaques.
Posted on Mar. 7, 2013