US Wins Outstanding High School Award at District Science Day

This past week, US boys presented their science research at The Ohio Academy of Science District Science Day at the University of Akron, where University School won the Outstanding High School Award, and 16 students advanced to compete at the state level.

Twenty-one US students – 16 upper school and five middle school – qualified to compete at districts, and 14 upper school and 2 middle school students advanced to compete at State Science Day in Columbus in May. In addition, Bryan Rego ‘19, Neel Agarwal ‘20, Sai Karnati ‘20, and Maheep Brar ’19 advanced to The Ohio Academy of Science’s Buckeye Science and Engineering Fair in April, where students compete to earn a bid to the International Science and Engineering Fair in Phoenix in May.
Overall category winners included:
  • Behavioral and Psychology Studies: Aiden Dumm ‘23, second place
  • Engineering, Biomedical, and Health Sciences: Jonathan Jang ‘21, first place; Sohum Kapadia ‘21, second place                                                                             
  • Earth and Environmental Science: Suchin Singh ’23, second place 
  • Math, Computational Biology, and Bioinformatics: Neel Agarwal ‘20, first place; Ian Swain ‘21, third place
  • Polymer Sciences: Ryan Devine ’20, third place
  • Engineering, Mechanics, and Robotics: Bryan Rego ‘19, first place; Ryan Tyler ‘22, second place
    • University School won the Outstanding High School Award (Advisor Dr. Sara Laux, center, holding the award)

    • US qualified 21 students for District Science Day

    • Ryan Tyler took second place, and Bryan Rego took first place in Engineering, Mechanics, and Robotics

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