Science Fair Competition Draws West Texas Students

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POSTED: Saturday, January 28, 2012 - 7:40pm

UPDATED: Sunday, January 29, 2012 - 12:51pm

EL PASO - More than 100 local students are competing against other West Texas students for some major bragging rights.

Students from the Harmony School of Innovation in Northeast El Paso hosted this years Science Olympiad Competition.

The highly competitive science fair features student projects on everything from anatomy to bottle rockets.

"It's really an awesome day here," Jill Myrick said. "all of the kids had a blast."

The science competition drew students in from as far away as Lubbock and Odessa.

Harmony School of Innovation is a charter school in Northeast El Paso.
 

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Thank you Channel 9 for covering this event for our very hard-working and deserving students! It's unfortunate that you got the title wrong, it wasn't a Science Fair it was a Science Olympiad competition (two very different things). Our students won Regionals at West Texas A&M last year and went on to compete at State (at Texas A&M, College Station). PLEASE continue to follow this event for our kids; it is GREAT to see students passionate and excited about Science!!!

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