Two Scotia-Glenville science research students earn medals at regional competition.

Libby and Vini hold their certificates and medals JANUARY 28, 2017

Congratulations to the three Scotia-Glenville students presented their senior research at the 16th annual Junior Science and Humanities Sub-Regional Symposium at Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School today.

Briana Fitzgerald, Libby Hanlon and Vini Silva presented their research. They have done this research through the high school’s Science Research class, taught by Christopher Judd. The three-year class is college level and earns the students college credit.

Libby and Vini both placed third in their respective categories and earned medals for the competitive competition.