Heritage High School Students Win Science Competition Awards

Heritage High School Students Win Science Competition Awards

Three Heritage High School students won awards at the Colorado-Wyoming Junior Academy of Science Competition this past spring.

 

According to the Villager, junior M’Lisa Goodwin won first place in the plant-science division, junior Austin Fearn took third place in the microbiology division, and senior Hannah McDaniel competed in the animal-science division. Both Fearn and McDaniel also received separate monetary awards from the Colorado Biology Teachers Association.

 

Heritage High School is part of the Littleton Public Schools district.

 

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