Chelmsford High team competes in State Science Olympiad

CHELMSFORD, Massachusetts (March 19, 2024) – On Saturday, March 2, the Chelmsford High School Science Team attended the Massachusetts State Science Olympiad, a nationwide competition.

Hosted by the Wentworth Institute of Technology, 64 schools attended this Olympiad.

During the event, students compete in 23 events that include earth science, biology, chemistry, physics and engineering. It is designed to increase a student’s interest in STEM fields and provide recognition for outstanding achievement in team events.

The top teams can advance from Regional to State to National levels.

Chelmsford placed 46th overall and did very well in two of the events.

In the Science Quiz Bowl Event, Anisha Dantam, Hasya Karthik and Jayden Pacheco placed 8th.

In the Optics Event, Nazaret Aghazaryan and Sohan Mayani placed 3rd , receiving bronze medals.

The CHS Science Team includes Nazaret Aghazaryan, Agastya Bhatlapenumarthy, Anisha Dantam, Nhu Duong, Anika Gurijala, Reya Kannan, Hasya Karthik, Soham Mayani, Alden Mondoth, Jayden Pacheco, Samhitha Pai, Daksh Santhosh, Freya Shah, Ayaan Srivastava and Luyao Zeng. The Team Advisor is Axel Martinez.

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