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The upper school Science Bowl team competed at the National Science Bowl competition in Washington, D.C., after having won the regional competition in February.

 

A team of upper school students presented their projects at the California State Science Fair at Los Angeles from April 23 to 24 , with Katherine Zhang (11) taking third place and Ruhi Sayana (11), Anjay Saklecha (11) and Krish Kapadia (11) receiving honorable mentions.

 

The Harker Robotics team placed first in the Roebling division and ranked fourth in the finals at the annual FIRST Championship, hosted in Houston from April 18 to 21. In March, the team competed in the Davis regionals and placed second, which qualified them for the championships.

 

HarkerCTF invited teams of student coders to a cyber security and computer science tournament held in the Nichols Atrium last Friday. The three teams who answered the most questions at the end of the tournament received a variety of prizes.

 

A team of four upper school students and one middle school student participated in the final round of the American Mathematics Competitions program, the United States of America (Junior) Math Olympiad (USA(J)MO) contest from April 18 to 19.

 

This piece was originally published in the pages of the Winged Post on May 7, 2018.

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