Rogers High School Science & Engineering Fair Winners Announced

Rogers High School is pleased to announce the winners of the annual science & engineering  fair. More than 140 students presented 100 science and engineering fair projects to over 55 judges. Scoring was extremely close as many projects were judged to be outstanding by the volunteer judges from the community including University of Rhode Island, Salve Regina University, Johnson & Johnson, NPEF, the Boys and Girls Club, Administration, faculty and staff, RHS alumni, and leading RHS seniors. 

The science and engineering fair was made possible with contributions from the Newport Public Education Foundation. 

The winners will represent Rogers High School at the state science fair competition in March at CCRI. 

This years’ top finishers are:

Science Fair Projects

Kai Weare, Broccoli Growth in Different Materials

Tess Margolis & Abby Leys, PSI Level's Affect on Dribbling

Emma Pantig, The Reliability of Eyewitness Reports

Kailee Cochran & Kendra Kirwin, Potato Dehydration

Christopher Connerton, Air Pressure Versus Shooting Accuracy

Grace Rochelle, Average Temperature of Narragansett Bay’s Effect on the Winter Flounder Population

Mycasia Holloway, Jazelle Ramos & Jayla Young, Stunting

Jacob Carter, Language Word Count

Hannah Conroy, Paraffin Candle Temperature vs. Burn Time

Kerian Santiago, The Password Security of High School Sophomores

Engineering Projects

Bryanna Pierre, Need a Helping Hand 

Victoria Ramos, Anti-Blockage Storm Drain Net 

Runners Up

Nick Edenbach

Katie Guinan

Kailey Hebrock

Madeline Murphy

Anezeli Cruz & Teagan Kuiee

Julia Dring & Stella Dufault

Meghan Blais & Luxurie Jones