Standing in back (L-R): James Liu, Joe Fabiani, Axel Rimerman, Sean Terrey, Drake Morewood, Jordan Su, Gabby Dunning, Bruce Wang, Morgan Fitton-Zellers, Ellie Murphy, Vince Qian, Dominique Ballinger, Wanzhen Jun, Lily Wang, Rekha Dhillon-Richardson, Lisa Zhao, May Naish, Victoria Walters, Eliza Brody, Mel Graves, Sophia Haegley, Cayla McElwee, Sara Glass, Paige Aloise. Kneeling in front (L-R): Jordan Lubell, Mei Rose Connor, Ray Wu, Wilson Jones, Hannah Clarke, Charles He   Not pictured: Cindy Pan, Anya Lesser, Hudson Smith, Chris Markos, Annabel Grove, Sarah Gabrielle Lynch, Haley Unthank, Lilly Soroko, Sean Edling, Julia Schwenderman.

Standing in back (L-R): James Liu, Joe Fabiani, Axel Rimerman, Sean Terrey, Drake Morewood, Jordan Su, Gabby Dunning, Bruce Wang, Morgan Fitton-Zellers, Ellie Murphy, Vince Qian, Dominique Ballinger, Wanzhen Jun, Lily Wang, Rekha Dhillon-Richardson, Lisa Zhao, May Naish, Victoria Walters, Eliza Brody, Mel Graves, Sophia Haegley, Cayla McElwee, Sara Glass, Paige Aloise. Kneeling in front (L-R): Jordan Lubell, Mei Rose Connor, Ray Wu, Wilson Jones, Hannah Clarke, Charles He. Not pictured: Cindy Pan, Anya Lesser, Hudson Smith, Chris Markos, Annabel Grove, Sarah Gabrielle Lynch, Haley Unthank, Lilly Soroko, Sean Edling, Julia Schwenderman.

Forty Springside Chestnut Hill Academy Upper School students were awarded first-place prizes at the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS) Regional Competition.

To complete in a PJAS Regional Competition, students conducted a scientific research project in one of the twelve Scientific Categories of Research identified by PJAS and then orally presented that research to a team of judges at one of the Regional Competitions.

The first-place winners were Sara Glass ’15 (4th consecutive first-place), Lily Wang ’16, Dominique Ballinger ’17, Eliza Brody ’17, Hannah Clarke ’17, Rekha Dhillon-Richardson ’17, Gabby Dunning ’17, Morgan Fitton-Zellers ’17, Mel Graves ’17, Annabel Grove ’17, Sophia Haegley ’17, Charles He ’17, Wilson Jones ’17, Wanzhen Jun ’17, Anya Lesser ’17, Chris Markos ’17, Ellie Murphy ’17, May Naish ’17, Cindy Pan ’17, Vince Qian ’17, Hudson Smith ’17, Jordan Su ’17, Victoria Walters ’17, Ray Wu ’17, Lisa Zhao ’17, Paige Aloise ’18, Mei Rose Connor ’18, Sean Edling ’18, Joe Fabiani ’18, James Liu ’18, Jordan Lubell ’18, Sarah Gabrielle Lynch ’18, Cayla McElwee ’18, Drake Morewood ’18, Axel Rimerman ’18 (perfect score), Julia Schwenderman ’18, Lilly Soroko ’18, Sean Terrey ’18, Haley Unthank ’18, Bruce Wang ’18

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