Science Fair breaks a record!

This year's Sacred Heart Science Fair was our largest yet! With over 60 projects from Grades 9-12, there was a little something for everyone. Students worked hard to complete experiments in a variety of categories, including experimentation, innovation and research studies. We were extremely fortunate to have so many gracious members of our community who volunteered their time and expertise to provide feedback to our students. Our judges included alumnae/i, university professors, parents, friends, and families. The students with the winning projects will attend the Regional competition in April. Thank you to the many people who made this great event possible!

The following projects have moved on to the Regionals.

Emily Bessey - The Friction of Hockey Pucks
Rebecca Chipman - In-cider Information: The Effects of Temperature on Ethylene Production in Apples
Katie Clyburne - An Identification of Chloroform Over a Pool Using Infrared Spectroscopy
Emily Coffen - Can Music Improve Gait?
Grace Earle - The Effects of Different Types of Exercise on Glucose Levels
Anisha Rajaselvam - The Answer to Cancer: Killing Breast Cancer Cells with Triptolide
Lauren Ryan and Bella Taiani - What Are You Really Eating?
Runner-Up: Talia Friesen and Sarah MacAskill - Green Means Grow

Jaden Lawen/ Connor Johnston - Hand Soap vs Detergent
Aidan James - Migration and Stress of Leatherback Turtles
Eoin Morrison / Jerry Kwapisz - Anxiety caused by Cell Phones
Isaac Burke - Wolverine Plants
David Sapp - Catheter Ablasions
Sean Ballesteros - LEDs
Georgio Lawen - Harnessing Energy from Weather
Runner - Up :  Elliot Davis / Ryan Smith - Soil Erosion