Carroll High School Blog
Carroll Science Day has become an early February tradition at Carroll for our students to present their pre-college research in a variety of STEM Fields in a "science fair" setting. In 2020, 84 students performed independent research in the topics of Behavioral Science and Social Studies, Biochemistry, Botany, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth and Space Science, Engineering, Environmental Science, Mathematics, Medicine and Health, Microbiology, Physics, and Zoology.
Gold, Silver, and Bronze Awards
The top three students in each division based on grade level receive special recognition for their outstanding projects.
- Kevin Agnew, LED Pacing System for Runners (Engineering): Gold Award
- Josie Rose, Negative Effects of Plastic Leachate on Spirulina major (Environmental Science): Silver Award
- Trinity Raber, The Effect of Various Food Textures on Eisenia foetida Castings (Environmental Science): Bronze Award
- Neve Monigan, Strength and Deflection of Wood in Relation to Thickness (Engineering): Gold Award
- Makenzie Lencke, The Effectiveness of Various Materials on Soundproofing (Physics): Silver Award
- Shannon McIntyre, Canine Identification through Unique Nose Print, Facial, and Iris Print Recognition (Engineering)
- Jack Agnew, The Effect of Antenna Length on ADS-B Reception (Engineering): Gold Award
- Nathan Schiffler, The Role of Hemispheric Dominance on the Perception of Optical Illusions (Behavioral and Social Studies), Silver Award
- Caden Bistrik, The Effectiveness of Headgear in Soccer (Medicine and Health), Bronze Award
Moving on to area-wide competitions
36 students earned the opportunity to compete in the next level of competition at Montgomery County Science Day on Saturday, February 29 at the Dayton Convention Center.