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Female Bullis Upper School Students Won 1st Place in Girls STEM Competition

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Female Bullis Upper School Students Won 1st Place in Girls STEM Competition
Bullis Girls in STEM

On Saturday, February 19, eight incredible female Upper School students traveled to Foxcroft School to compete against teams from surrounding DMV schools in an all-girls STEM Competition. 

Our two Bullis groups rotated through five stations and applied their knowledge of biology, chemistry, physics, coding, and logic to this year's overarching theme, ocean conservation. Their goal was to obtain the highest scores in the fastest times possible against the 20+ teams in attendance. 

Bullis was announced in the top three in three of the five stations during the awards ceremony and placed first in two of the five stations. Bullis School was the overall winner of the competition, receiving first place! 

Our tenacious, brilliant, and competitive students placed first their very first time at this event. The girls showed grit, respect, and a friendly competitive edge throughout the competition and represented Bullis with character and dignity.

Attendees / Groups

Bullis Girls in STEM

Group 1: 

  • Jalin Jenkins '22
  • Amiyah Turner '22
  • Grace Heinzelmann '22
  • Anna Rose Robinson '22

Awards: 1st Place, Physics, 1st Place Overall; 2nd Place, Logic; 3rd Place, Chemistry

Group 2: 

  • Victoria Marshall '23
  • Regan Smith '22
  • Kiana Mohammadian '23
  • Julia Zhu '23

Awards: 1st Place, Chemistry; 2nd Place, Physics

Thank you to our chaperones, Rachael DeLawder and Rachel Stanoyevitch, and congratulations to our all-star girls in STEM!