Rogers High School is pleased to announce the winners of the annual science & engineering fair. This year's fair was conducted at the Rogers High School gymnasium. More than 150 students presented 120 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 NUWC, University of Rhode Island, Salve Regina University, Johnson & Johnson, the Boys and Girls Club, Administration, faculty and staff, RHS alumni, and leading RHS seniors.
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
Kate Michael and Rylee Muncy-Donovan, Paper Towel Power
Julia Page & Fallon Bagley, Can It Keep It Cool?
Grace Rochelle, Do Energy Drinks Affect the Heart Rate During Activity?
Matt Mullins, Vitamin C in Various Citrus Fruits
Jelani Jackson & Kendra Kirwin, Fried Oreos
Wren Crowe, Gluten-Free Flour Replacements in Sugar Cookies
Brynn Palmer & Taylor Gray, Absorbency of Paper Towels
Liam Shea, Computer Face Off
Connor Mullins, Which Orange Juice Contains the Most Vitamin C?
Madeline Murphy, Average Diameter of Meringues vs. # of Egg Whites
Brettyn Newsome, Can Bromelain Handle the Heat?
Fletcher Hanson, Neil Porter, Robby Dufault, Building a Musical Recorder
Laura Hoag, Can Vertical Axis Wind Turbines Sail a Boat Upwind?
Katie Guinan & Kailey Hebrock
Patrick Bryan, Catherine DeAngelo, & Julia Feury