Tuesday, March 24, 2015


The Fulton Science Academy Private School Science Olympiad Team placed second in the State Tournament held at Lambert High School on Saturday, March 21. Their second place finish qualifies them to compete at the National Tournament to be held on May 16 at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln. FSAPS students placed first in nine of the 23 Science Olympiad events. “All told, we medaled in 17 events,” said head coach Pam Walsh. “At Regionals, we beat Dodgen Middle School by 8 points and today, Dodgen beat us by 8 points. It just shows how evenly matched these two team are. We’ll work hard to prepare for Nationals and will hopefully represent the state well. We’re honored and excited to attend such a prestigious competition.”

Individual awards were earned by the following students:

Bio Process Lab – coached by Mrs. Uppaluri
1st Place – Araneesh Pratap & Elaine Wen

Bottle Rockets – coached by Mr. Seker
1st Place – Sarah Lucas & Andre Hamelberg

Bridges – coached by Mr. Seker
3rd Place – Faith Lucas & Sophie Richardson

Can’t Judge a Powder – coached by Ms. Lang
3rd Place – Soleil Moffitt & Sarah Lucas

Crave the Wave – coached by Mr. Wang
1st Place – Simon Wang & Brian Shoffeitt

Disease Detectives – coached by Mrs. Bhatt & Ms. Chirumamilla
3rd Place – Brian Shoffeitt & Akash Bhatt

Elastic Launch Glider – coached by Mrs. Walsh
3rd Place – Karuna Kumar & Sophie Richardson

Entomology – coached by Mrs. Butler
1st Place – Faith Lucas & Elaine Wen

Experimental Design – coached by Mrs. Stathos
1st Place – Simon Wang, Mira Mutnick, & Ananya Terala

Fossils – coached by Ms. Beres
1st Place – Araneesh Pratap & Faith Lucas

Green Generation – coached by Ms. Larson
2nd Place – Faith Lucas & Elaine Wen

Meteorology – coached by Mrs. Walsh
1st Place – Araneesh Pratap & Ananya Terala

Picture This – coached by Ms. Fichter
3rd Place – Elaine Wen, Sarah Lucas, & Sanjeev Uppaluri

Road Scholar – coached by Mrs. Stathos
1st Place – Mira Mutnick & Karuna Kumar

Simple Machines – coached by Ms. Duzyol
1st Place – Araneesh Pratap & Brian Shoffeitt

Solar System – coached by Mrs. Walsh
2nd Place –Araneesh Pratap & Brian Shoffeitt

Write It, Do It – coached by Mrs. Stathos
4th Place – Mira Mutnick & Karuna Kumar


We are pleased to announce that, FSAPS Web Challenge Team, NYAN, competing for the 2015 TAG-Ed, Atlanta Science Festival and How Stuff Works Middle School WEBChallenge Competition, has been chosen as one of the top four finalist this year.

Congratulations to Elaine WEN, Shreya REKAPALLI, Elena JUAREZ for their success! Team NYAN, family and friends are invited to the Atlanta Science Festival Exploration Expo on Saturday, March 28th in Centennial Olympic Park where the grand prize will be announced through third place winners on stage. We wish them good luck!

We also have two honorable mention from our teams The Ultimate Trinity and Spoon Wolves.

The Ultimate Trinity - Andrew SCHNEIDER, Charlie FURNISS, Prajwal VEDULA
Spoon Wolves - Ananya TERALA, Chloe RICHARDSON, Gwyn O'SULLIVAN

Teams receiving honorable mention will have their content featured on a site hosted by our 2015 partner, The content will be hosted for one year and will be linked to from the HowStuffWorks homepage which receives over 30 million visits every month! "

Please see the link here:


The FSAPS Social Studies Department would like to congratulate several students for their strong showing at the West Metro Regional Social Studies Fair on Saturday, March 14th. Students from neighboring counties converged on Lake Ridge Elementary School in Clayton County to compete in the fair. FSAPS sent 3 projects representing various social science disciplines and were well-rewarded for their hard work.

Each of our three students received a ribbon for their projects at the fair:
6th grader Arul Selvakumar received a second place ribbon for his project, “What is the Threat of Trash Vortex from Oceanic Gyres to Humanity?”

Isabella Sims, a fellow 6th grader, received third place for her project, “America’s Horse: Identifying Reasons for the Recent Increase in ‘Unwanted’ Horses in the U.S.”
Sarah Ahmed, an 8th grader, also placed third with her project, “How Do Immigrants Affect the U.S. Economy?”

Thank you to all of the students and their teachers for making this year’s FSAPS Social Studies Fair a success. A lot of hard work went into these projects, and although only a few could progress to this level, we felt there were many deserving of the honor. We are very proud of all of our students that participated in the fair this year and are excited by this success at the regional level.


Congratulations to FSA Chess Team students for their recent achievements at the state Level. Our middle school team won 4th place and elementary team won 9th place at the state.

Katherine Li
Charlie Furniss
Vishal Balyan
Arul Selvakumar
Vishal Ram

Pranav Devalapalli
Kai Robertson
Arnav Somaraju
Niyomi Shah
Bhavin Shah

Congratulations to these students, their parents and our coaches.. Way to go!


Newton’s Law of Action and Reaction states that when an object is pushed, it pushes back. Kindergarten students learned this firsthand by using a balloon, a straw, and a piece of string! The walls of the balloon push the air out as it opens. Likewise, when the balloon pushes against the air, the air pushes back. As a result the balloon travels along the string that it is attached to. Not only did this experiment demonstrate cause and effect, action and reaction, and involve gas (the state of matter we are currently studying)- it was tons of fun. Even our youngest students thrive on competition!


On Friday, March 20th the Kindergarten - 5th Grade students traveled to the Alliance Theatre in downtown Atlanta to see James and the Giant Peach - The Musical. This was a fun musical based on the book written by Raold Dahl. It showed the story of a young English orphan beginning to image a bright future. He went on a journey in a larger-than-life enchanted peach. His companions were a zany bunch of insects brought to life by nimble actors. Out FSAPS students enjoyed the fun songs and silly characters during the performance. Our students were very well behaved and showed great theatre etiquette during the performance. It was a fun day for the FSAPS Elementary students!


1st and 2nd graders had a blast at the Brain Awareness presentation last week! Dr. Arielle Valdez began the presentation with a lesson about our five senses! She explained the process in which our brain reacts when our senses are activated. The students were instructed through a few experiments to test these sensory reactions in our brains. After our discussion, the students were allowed to touch and observe a REAL brain! This was an unforgettable experience!


Over that last couple of months students competed in a school wide indoor soccer tournament. The tournament was split into two divisions. One division was for the younger students (first-third grade) and the other was for the older students (fourth-eighth grade.)

Students had a great time competing for a cash prize. First place students received $20.00, second place received $15.00, and third place received $10.00. Students had to rally through 30 minutes of intense competition to advance to the next round.

1st Place - The Fighting Phoenix - Ameiya Pednecker, Akash and Neel Bhatt, Andre Hamelberg, Charlie Furniss, and Edgar Robitaille.

2nd Place - The Shadow Crawlers - Tesneem Sherif, Sarah Ahmed, Chandler Davis, Spiros Kefalas, Shreya Rekapalli, and Ethan Moore

3rd Palce - Jamaican Heat - Amrita Kaur, Ethan and Austin Gardner, Nihal Singh, Vishal Balyan, and Muhammed Korucu

1st Place - Manchester United - Karthik Kuppuswamy, Greg Bates III, Kai Robertson, Advit Anand, Bhavin Shah, and Shreyan Ghelani.

2nd Place - The Hurricanes - Kaya Eleren, Kerim Sener, Kemal Teber, Bati Uygunca, Chase Gonzalez, and Joshua Abbey.

3rd Place - Soccer Champions - Ahad Sayani, London Greene-Richards, Krish Patel, Langston Laifang, Eshaan Bidarakoppa, and Atila Uygunca.

Students had a great time working together as a team, learning sportsmanship, and having friendly competition.


Ms. Ramsey's Creative Writing club has been loving their poetry study! The students started the unit by writing an Autobiographical Poem. These poems are posted outside Ms. Ramsey's classroom, so come take a sneak peak into what your child wrote about themselves! Additionally in our poetry unit, the students have written Cinquains and Haikus. Tomorrow we will be learn about Limericks. After the poetry unit, the students will transition into writing Mysteries. Here are some websites to help your child get creative in their writing!



Mike Riley, partner and vice president of Martin Riley Associates, spoke to our students during our College Mentorship Program. He shared his expertise in architecture and some of the many buildings he has helped develop. Mr. Riley received his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Georgia Institute of Technology and since then he has primarily coordinated multi-family and commercial projects. The students enjoyed learning more about what it takes to be a successful architect.


Fulton Science Academy's Thespian Troupe 89269 did exceptionally well in their individual events at the Junior Thespain Festival this past weekend in Nashville, TN. They scored 3's & 4's out of 4 in almost all categories across the board, which is a tremendous achievement for their first time!

Students had a great time, learned a lot, and are already planning their individual events for next year's festival!

Special congratulations to Chloe Richardson who, with a perfect score, was invited to perform her individual event in the showcase on the main stage! Less than 10% of the students attending the festival were given this honor.

Chloe performed two contrasting monologues: How I Got That Part by Robert Pridham and a selection from Shakespeare's Richard III

Please see Chloe's performance here:


The 2015 GA Destination Imagination Tournament is this Saturday, March 28th!
Everyone is invited to join us at Duluth High School to support our teams and watch their challenge presentations.

Please take a look at the GA DI Tournament program for more information.

We have 3 teams presenting challenges at the tournament:
Narwalic Fantasy - Improv Games Challenge - presents at 1:15pm
Golden Armour - Feary Tales Challenge - presents at 1:55pm
Tremendous Turtles - Improv Games Challenge - presents at 2:45pm

Please plan to arrive early and consider carpooling as parking will be a little tight.
Make sure to arrive at the performance area early to find a seat as they will not allow anyone to enter while the challenges are being presented.
In addition to all the challenges to watch, there will be exhibitors, vendors, concessions, a silent auction and a cake walk among other activities.
Please also stay or return for the closing ceremonies, so our teams will have plenty of voices cheering for them!


March 17 morning was filled with mischief and fun for the kindergarteners. Pat the Leprechaun had visited both classrooms overnight and left more than a few surprises! The classrooms definitely looked a little more disheveled than usual and the kids had a great time cleaning up from that pesky leprechaun, but the best part was the riddle-filled scavenger hunt! Students solved clever riddles as a group and traveled around the school to try and find Pat’s pot o’ gold. Alas, he evaded us once again. However, great fun was had by all and the plastic coins we found were almost as exciting as the real thing!

Thursday, March 12, 2015


Congratulations to following 7th grade students for their recognition by Duke University Talent Identification Program based on their recent SAT or ACT scores.

Charlie Furniss

Addington Hobbs
Akash Bhatt
Ananya Pottabhathini
Andre Hammelberg
Andrew Schneider
Charlie Furniss
Christina Wang
Maggie Sutton
Mahdi Zehani
Nicholas Fabella
Prajwal Vedula
Saad Maan
Sanjeev Uppaluri
Sophie Chan
Sophie Richardson
Sparsh Kudrimoti
Sruthi Chatrathi

Please click here to see detailed information about Grand and State Recognition Ceremonies.

Akash Bhatt
Ananya Pottabhathini
Andre Hammelberg
Andrrew Schneider
Charlie Furniss
Christina Wang
Maggie Sutton
Prajwal Vedula
Sanjeev Uppaluri
Sophie Chan
Sophie Richardson
Sparsh Kudrimoti

Please click here to see detailed information about Duke TIP Center for Summer Studies.

Addington Hobbs
Ameiya Pednekar
Mahdi Zehani
Saad Maan
Sruthi Chatrathi
Nicholas Fabella

Please click here to see detailed information about Duke TIP Academy for Summer Studies.

Congratulations to all of these wonderful 7th graders and their parents for this wonderful achievement.


With more than 1000 students, State Tech Fair competition was amazing! Each of our students made great efforts at the competition and 6 FSAPS Projects received awards in their category. All projects completed by students were unique and students' excitement were worth seeing. We hope to see many more students competing in State Tech Fair in the years to come. Congratulations to all winners and their parents. Wonderful job!

1st Place in Digital Audio Production Category - Neharika Marupudi
1st Place in Project Programming Category - Rishan and Shivan Patel
2nd Place in Case Modification Category - Edgar Robitaille
2nd Place in Mobile Applications Design Category - Graham Allen
3rd Place in Animated Graphic Design Category - Gwen O'Sullivan
3rd Place in Digital Video Production - Shreya Puvvula and Shivani Naraharishetty


On March 4th and 5th the FSAPS Model UN team travelled to Savannah to take part in the 17th Annual Coastal Georgia Middle School Model United Nations Conference where they put in a strong showing among the many schools and students in attendance.

The FSAPS Model UN team brought home an honorable mention trophy for their performance in the competition. In addition, several students received individual awards for the outstanding representation of their respective countries.

Three students were given the distinguished delegate awards for their accomplishments, Kian Nijaf representing Bangladesh in the Human Rights Council as well as Shreya Rekapalli representing Cameroon and Chloe Richardson representing Cote d’Ivoire, both in the African Union.

Four students received honorable mention awards for their work in the conference. Jaeden Amiri-Owens (Azerbaijan) and Sophie Richardson (Cameroon) were singled out for their work in the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, as was Neharika Marupudi (Azerbaijan) in the Human Rights Council. In the General Assembly, representing the country of Cameroon, Vishal Balyan also received recognition for his work.

Congratulations to the entire team for the hard work they put into preparing and competing in the conference!

Elementary Science Olympiad Students Advance to State Competition!

The hard work of the Elementary Science Olympiad students paid off this past Saturday, March 7th at the State Qualifying Competition. Our Elementary Science Olympiad students completed against 17 other teams and placed 2nd Overall as a team earning themselves a spot in the State Competition in May!! Head Coaches Ms. Minor and Ms. P could not be more proud of our ESO students and how well they represented FSAPS at the competition. A huge thank you goes out toall of our coaches for their hard work and dedication, and a giant CONGRATULATIONS to all of the students on the Elementary Science Olympiad team! A special shout out as well to the following students for their individual awards:

Bridge Building - 3rd Place: Celil Teber and Fatima Safdar coached by Mrs. Ayer
Disease Detectives - 6th Place: Kavitha Kuppaswamy and Siyona Patel coached by Mrs. Daley and Ms. Doraiswami
Don't Bug Me - 2nd Place: Shreyan Ghelani and Amrita Kaur coached by Mrs. Ghelani
Elements Compounds Mixtures - 6th Place: Logan Kersey and Michael Rico coached by Mr. Kersey
Grasp a Graph - 5th Place: Damien Davis and Bhavin Shah coached by Ms. Minor
Leaf and Tree Finders - 3rd Place: Kavitha Kuppaswamy and Lakshya Jasti coached by Ms. Doraiswami
Mystery Architecture - 7th Place: Logan Kersey and Siddarth Yamujala coached by Ms. Ramsey
Paper Rockets - 4th Place: Anastasia Kefalas and Neel Bhatt coached by Mrs. Yamujala
Rock Hound - 2nd Place: Nick A. and Fatima Safdar coached by Ms. P
Simple Machines - 7th Place: Nick A. and Neel Bhatt coached by Mrs. Ayer
Starry Starry Night - 2nd Place: Siyona Patel and Lakshya Jasti coached by Mrs. Flowers
Straw Egg Drop - 8th Place: Celil Teber and Neel Bhatt coached by Ms. Ramsey
Which Way is North - 10th Place: Austin Gardner and Greyson Osekevage coached by Ms. Minor
Water Rockets - 1st Place: Austin Gardner and Greyson Osekavage coached by Mr. Kurt

Way to go ESO students and coaches... we are so proud of you and we wish you the best of luck at State in May!


This year semi finals of Language Olympiad was held in Jacksonville, Florida. Our students participated to English Olympiad, Spanish Olympiad and Turkish Olympiad in the categories of singing and poetry. We had the highest number of participants and got the chance of going for finals which is going to be on 16th of May, in Jacksonville. The students qualified for finals are as follows:

English Olympiad Singing Category - Margarette Sutton
Spanish Olympiad Singing Category - Carmen Tello
Turkish Olympiad Singing Category - Margarette Suttton
Turkish Olympiad Native Poetry Category - Bahriye Agu
Turkish Olympiad Native Poetry Category - Sedat Akgun

Congratulations to all of these students for their spectacular performances.

Students also had some fun activities in jacksonville. They visited Authentic Old Jail & St. Augustine, played laser tag and enjoyed ice skating.


As part of a social studies (U.S. geography) and language arts (letter writing) collaborative project, the fourth and fifth grade classes of FSAPS are participating in the national Great Mail Race! Each student wrote a friendly letter to one or more fourth or fifth grade classes in different states around the country. Students were assigned states via a raffle process, and each student wrote 2-4 letters to one school of their choice in each of their assigned states.

We will be keeping track of the replies we receive by pinning them onto a large map of the United States, and we hope to receive at least one reply from each of the fifty states before the school year ends!


This past Friday, March 6th FSAPS celebrated Dr. Seuss’ Birthday! Every student from Pre-K through 8th grade entered the school to special surprises to celebrate the day. Thing 1 and Thing 2 greeted middle school students who dressed up with a hat, bow tie to decorate, and special treat (because you’re never too old for a little Seuss). Everyone who was dressed in black received a set of whiskers, red and white striped hat, and black nose on their faces to be “The Cat in the Hat.” By the end of 1st period we had an entire school of Cat in the Hats!!

Elementary students enjoyed an afternoon-long journey through the wonderfully wacky world of Dr. Seuss’ most famous stories. Students rotated through all the elementary classrooms, collecting Dr. Seuss themed prizes to put in their goodie bags, hearing a story, and then completing activities based on the book they just heard.

After listening to Bartholomew and the Oobleck, students used Elmer’s glue, Borax, food coloring, and water to concoct their own gooey Oobleck. The reading of One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish preceded the measuring activity geared towards creating Dr. Seuss “Silly Soup.” The imaginative illustrations of The Lorax served as inspiration for some very creative art projects. The Foot Book got the students moving with some fun games inspired by this classic story. Finally, students enjoyed cooking projects and language arts activities following the story Green Eggs and Ham.


Thank you to all the families who came out to support our Elementary Science Olympiad lock-in! It was a wonderful night full of hard work, delicious food, and fun with friends! Throughout the night, students were rotating to different stations to practice their event. They were given the opportunity to work closely with their event coach, attend a study session in the computer lab with their partner, enjoy some free time on the playground, and end the night by practicing with their coaches once more. We are very proud of the students' hard work and dedication this year! Please wish the FSA Elementary Science Olympiad team good luck this week, as they will be attending the Regional Qualifier Competition in Cumming this Saturday!


Bring in gently used books from now till March 31st and put them in the bins in the front office. We are requesting books for adults and children such as; children's books, juvenile fiction, adult fiction, historical fiction, self-help, business books, cookbooks, etc. The winners will receive a frozen treat as their reward.

Anyone bringing in two or more books can participate in a literary character dress up day on Thursday March 26th.

Please make sure that your book character costume is approved by your Language Arts teacher.

Books will be used to stock our library shelves or used to trade in for more books through our partner Read-It-Again.

Spirit Night - Join us at Read-It-Again on Friday March 27th 4-8pm.
Shop a huge selection of new and used books and unique gifts. Proceeds will be used by FSAPS to purchase additional books for the school!


Pennies for Patients charity ended last Friday, collecting $1033. Science department would like to thank to all the parents, teachers, and students for their support to this charity.


Dear Parents of Elementary Students,

Friday, March 13th from 5- 10 pm the Robotics Team Circuit Breakers will host a “Parents Night Out” for families of students in Pre-K through 5th grade. Students will be split into appropriate age groups for a variety of activities run by FSAPS faculty members who have volunteered for this event!

Each attending student will enjoy…
A dinner of Papa John’s pizza, carrots, juice, applesauce, and a cookie.
Explore FLL world with Legos appropriate for their age!
Games and free play time in the gym or on the playground.
Enjoy the movie Big Hero 6
Supervised center free play (grades Pre-K through 2nd grade) OR Board games/computer time (3nd-5th grade)

If you are interested, please sign-up on the link below NO LATER than 4 pm on Wednesday, March 11th. The cost is $25 for the first child from your family and $10 for each additional sibling. Payments must be cash and can be paid to the attending teachers when you pick up your children at the end of the evening.

Feel free to allow your child to bring a comfy sleeping bag or blanket for movie time. Kids can also bring snuggly PJ’s or comfy clothes to change into. Don’t forget- they have to be warm enough for the kids to be able to go outside and play!

Even if we do not have many children signed up, we will not cancel this event. Rest assured, “Parent’s Night Out” will go on!

Monday, March 9, 2015

Fulton Science Academy Science Olympiad Team Best at Regionals!

It was a sweet victory for the Fulton Science Academy Private School Science Olympiad Team as they won first place in the Regional Tournament held on Valentine’s Day at the University of North Georgia Gainesville Campus. Competition at the tournament was tough as FSAPS was up against perennial rival Dodgen Middle School. “Our students always enjoy competing against Dodgen,” said Head Coach Pam Walsh. “They are such a strong team and our students know they’ve got to be at their best.” The awards ceremony was intense as the lead switch from FSAPS to Dodgen several times, but in the end, FSAPS won by 8 points.

 The top five schools from the tournament will advance to the State Science Olympiad Tournament in March, so FSAPS will be up against Dodgen once again. “We’ve got our work cut out for us to prepare for the State Tournament,” said Walsh. “We know Dodgen and the other teams will be working hard and the competition will only get tougher.” The team’s goal is to qualify for the National Science Olympiad Tournament to be held at the University of Nebraska. Only the top two teams in Georgia will advance.

Individual awards were earned by the following students:

Air Trajectorycoached by Ms. Tang
1st Place – Simon Wang and Akash Bhatt

Anatomycoached by Ms Doraiswami
4th Place –Araneesh Pratap and Sanjeev Uppaluri

Bio Process Labcoached by Mrs. Uppaluri
2nd Place – Brian Shoffeitt and Elaine Wen

Bottle Rocketscoached by Mr. Seker
1st Place – Maryam Unal and Saad Maan
2nd Place – Sarah Lucas and Ananya Terala

Bridgescoached by Mr. Seker
3rd Place – Faith Lucas and Elaine Wen
4th Place – Ethan Gardner and Pranav Madadi

Can’t Judge a Powdercoached by Ms. Lang
3rd Place – Hasan Unal and Sarah Lucas

Crave the Wavecoached by Mr. Wang
2nd Place – Simon Wang and Brian Shoffeitt

Crime Busterscoached by Ms. Lang
2nd Place – Sarah Lucas and Hasan Unal
4th Place – Maryam Unal and Soleil Moffitt

Disease Detectivescoached by Mrs. Bhatt and Ms. Chirumamilla
1st Place – Brian Shoffeitt and Akash Bhatt

Dynamic Planetcoached by Mrs. Walsh
1st Place – Mira Mutnick and Sanjeev Uppaluri
3rd Place – Christina Wang and Sophie Richardson

Elastic Launch Glidercoached by Mrs. Walsh
4th Place – Shreya Puvvula and Shivani Naraharishetty

Entomologycoached by Mrs. Butler
3rd Place – Soleil Moffitt and Will Mutsch

Experimental Designcoached by Mrs. Stathos
2nd Place – Simon Wang, Mira Mutnick, and Ananya Terala
3rd Place – Sophie Richardson, Maryam Unal, and Shreya Puvvula
4th Place – Karen Pederson, Ameya Rekapalli, and Sruthi Chatrathi

Fossilscoached by Ms. Beres
2nd Place – Araneesh Pratap and Faith Lucas
4th Place – Callie Webster and Will Mutsch

Green Generationcoached by Ms. Larson
1st Place – Faith Lucas and Elaine Wen
2nd Place –Christina Wang and Sparsh Kudrimoti

Meteorologycoached by Mrs. Walsh
2nd Place – Araneesh Pratap and Ananya Terala
3rd Place – Neha Marupudi and Chance Crigler

Picture Thiscoached by Ms. Fichter
1st Place – Elaine Wen, Sarah Lucas, and Sanjeev Uppaluri
3rd Place – Christina Wang, Avinash Pratap, and Katherine Li

Road Scholarcoached by Mrs. Stathos
3rd Place – Mira Mutnick and Karuna Kumar

Robo-Crosscoached by Mr. Kaya
2nd Place – Mira Mutnick and Hasan Unal
4th Place – Sruthi Chatrathi and Destiny Abbey

Simple Machinescoached by Ms. Duzyol
1st Place – Karuna Kumar and Brian Shoffeitt
2nd Place – Vihan Karnala and Ethan Gardner
3rd Place – Katherine Li and Avinash Pratap

Solar Systemcoached by Mrs. Walsh
2nd Place –Araneesh Pratap and Andre Hamelberg

Wheeled Vehiclecoached by Mr. Seker
1st Place – Andre Hamelberg and Akash Bhatt
2nd Place – Saad Maan and Arul Selvakumar

Write It, Do It coached by Mrs. Stathos
1st Place – Mira Mutnick and Karuna Kumar

2nd Place – Katherine Li and Christina Wang