Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Science kids win gold

Competition involved more than beakers and buntzen burners
St. John Brebeuf students construct a complicated marble maze using an assortment of items during the Science Olympics Feb. 13. The school placed first in the competition. Photo Nathan Rumohr / The B.C. Catholi

Last month I attended the second annual Science Olympics of the Lower Mainland's Catholic schools:

After a successful comeback at St. Patrick's High School last year, Science Olympics Organizer Alan Ferguson hopes the games held Feb. 15 at St. John Brebeuf High School will continue as an annual event.
"The jocks have events like the B.C. Catholic basketball tournament," said Ferguson. "This is another avenue for students to gather in a special way."

Read the full story at The B.C. Catholic website.
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