Statesville Christian students present innovative science fair projects

Christian School Students Shine in Science Fair with Biblical Applications

Last month, students from Statesville Christian School showcased their science fair projects. The fifth and eighth graders spent four months using the scientific method to investigate specific problems, and each project included a Biblical application that connected some aspect of the project to Scripture. Judges from the community, including professional scientists and educators, awarded Superior, Excellent, and Good ribbons to the participants.

The following fifth-grade students received Superior Ribbons for their science fair projects: Roman Burleson, Hannah Eddy, Rachel Hudgins, Tasman Jones, Savannah Reeves, Charlotte Teeter, and Maston Wiggins. Eighth-grade students who received Superior Ribbons include: Levi Allen, Harrison Hummel, Molly Upp, Haidyn Ramey, James Murphy, Sylas Bovee

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