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pHantastic Showing at L.A. County Science and Engineering Fair

This year, Archer students showcased a whopping 24 projects at the 2024 L.A. County Science and Engineering Fair (LACSEF) and came home with 23 awards. Read all the project descriptions and see the list of award recipients. Of those students, eight have been selected to represent Archer at the CA State Science Fair on Tuesday, April 16: Ella T. ’27, Finley V. ’26, Skylar R. ’26, Kate R. ’28 and Nika H. ’29, Jackie M. ’28, Farah S. ’28, Maya K. ’29, and Jaya S. ’28.

Ella T.  ’27 is the first ever Archer student to qualify for ISEF, the International Science and Engineering Fair. Ella will compete at ISEF from Saturday, May 11 - Friday, May 17, amongst students from all over the world.
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