LU students show creativity in annual Science Fair event


Learning Unlimited Preparatory School Science Fair winners.

PHILIPSBURG–Learning Unlimited Preparatory School held its annual Science Fair just before the Carnival break and its students once again impressed more than twenty judges. The Best Overall project distinction went to Grade 10 students: Rohan Kalra, Nikita Ramchandani and Mohit Sadarangani. Their project focused on Water Purification.

The judges took time out of their busy days to review all of the projects displayed and commented that the projects showed great creativity and thought in the scientific research process. The students displayed their work and presented their findings to multiple judges before the final results were announced.

Under the guidance of the school’s Science Department, led by Preeti Notani, students’ efforts were met with many positive comments from the judges present who critiqued the projects.

Besides the Grade 10 result, the other final results were: Grade 6 winners:

First prize – Paige Elliott and Kavina Mansukhani – Egg Power; second prize – Kaiziah Paul and Frans Richardson – Eco Charger; third prize – Anneke Lamerigts, Emma Lennox and Shirley Sadowski – Clean Energy.

Grade 7 winners: First prize – Natalie Johnson and Gimora Calmero – Hydroponics;

second prize – Sara Bharwani and Mehr Chelani – Bug Away; third prize – Aarti Ginachandani, Anna Lerondelle and Princess Ozkan – Plastic Plan.

Grade 8 winners: First prize – Avinash Khemchandani, Aryan Notani and Siddhant Vaswani – Floating Gold; second prize – Jamie Lynch and Juhi Soneji – Climate Change; third prize – Anna Jian and Prerna Ramchandani – Blown Away.

Grade 10 winners: First prize – Rohan Kalra, Nikita Ramchandani and Mohit Sadarangani – Water Purification; second prize – Maximo Lanari, Sabrina Macauley and Ridhi Mahbubani – Polymers; third prize – Sudi Ozkan, Dhruv Sagre and Mihir Mirchandani – Smart Cities.

Source: The Daily Herald