Niagara Catholic Students Big Winners at Niagara Regional Science and Engineering Fair

CWSF 1Niagara Catholic is proud to recognize Michael Tolentino, a Grade 12 student at Saint Michael Catholic High School, who won a Canada-Wide Science Fair Award at the Niagara Regional Science and Engineering Fair March 30.

Michael’s project, The Vitamin A Metabolite – A Study on the Growth and Development of Snails – earned him the Canada-Wide Science Fair Award, a Senior Silver Medal and a Brock University Entrance Scholarship. As a Canada-Wide Science Fair Award Winner, he will be a part of Team Niagara 2014 at the Canada-Wide Science Fair in Windsor May 10-17.

Michael was one of 38 Niagara Catholic students in elementary and secondary school whose projects were recognized following the Awards Celebration April 2.

Avery Royer, a Grade 5 student at St. Michael Catholic Elementary School in Niagara-on-the-Lake, won the Gold Medal in the Juvenile Category for her project, Take a Deep Breath. Hannah Snyder, a Grade 12 student at Saint Paul Catholic High School in Niagara Falls won a Senior Bronze Medal for her project, The Effect of Sex and Pubertal Maturation on Arterial Elasticity in Response to Orthostatic Stress.

For a complete list of winners, visit our Media Releases.

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