Junior Science & Humanities Symposium

Congratulations to the Research Science elective students who shared their independent research projects at the Hawaii & Pacific Region Junior Science & Humanities Symposium (JSHS) last weekend at the Bishop Museum. Each student gave a 12-minute presentation of their research to a panel of judges and their peers.

Grade 10

Caylee I. – Parasocial Relationships: More Common Than Ever

Gray N. – Effectiveness of Essential Oils as a Natural Shower Disinfectant

Kian S. – Effectiveness of the Hawaiian Feather Duster as a Potential Bioremediator

Eli W. – Capturing Carbon Dioxide Gas with a Calcium Hydroxide Solution and Magnesium Hydroxide Solution

Grade 11

Lya L. – Effects of Moon Phases on Native Hawaiian Plants

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