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Byram Hills Honors 16 Seniors at Junior Science and Humanities Symposium

Byram Hills congratulates 16 seniors who won special recognition at the 58th Annual Junior Science and Humanities Symposium on January 30, 2021. JSHS is designed to challenge and engage students (Grades 9-12) in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics by presenting their original research before a panel of judges and an audience of their peers. Regional presenters will participate at the 2021 Upstate New York JSHS and compete for a spot in the national symposium. Congratulations to the following Byram Hills students.


REGIONAL PRESENTERS
1st place
- Kristen Eickelbeck - Physical Science
- Olivia Canter - Biological Sciences


2nd place
- Luke Briody - Neurology/Genetics
- Mia Dittrich - Neurology/Genetics
- Ali Hafez - Engineering & Technology


3rd place
- Lily Deitelzweig - Neurology/Genetics


5th place
- Raquel Kanner - Behavior
- Lizzie Manowitz - Behavior
- Bailey Goldstein - Biological Sciences


LOCAL
1st place 
- Jared Ilan - Math, Engineering & Technology
- Chloe Weissman - Behavior
- Gabriella Ripka - Behavior
- Tessa Schwartz - Math, Engineering & Tech
- Alexa Jindal - Medicine & Health


2nd place 
- Griffen Nenner - Biological Science
- Sophie Stumacher - Behavior