Local Students Competing in Upcoming U.S. Department of Energy’s National Science Bowl Regional Competition

A team of students from the Greater Pasadena Area high schools is participating in an upcoming competition to determine the team to represent your area in the high school National Finals of the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science’s National Science Bowl (NSB) (http://science.energy.gov/wdts/nsb/). 2015 marks the 25th NSB, which the DOE Office of Science launched to interest today’s youth in pursuing careers in science and math.

The winner of the regional competition will receive an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C. to compete in the Office of Science’s National Science Bowl in late April and the winner of the national competition will win prizes for the team members and their schools.

List of schools that have teams competing in U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science’s National Science Bowl:

Mark Keppel High – Alhambra
Arcadia High – Arcadia
Gretchen Whitney High – Cerritos
Dos Pueblos Senior High – Goleta
Edison High – Huntington Beach
Huntington Beach High – Huntington Beach
Marina High – Huntington Beach
Northwood High – Irvine
University High – Irvine
Woodbridge High – Irvine
La Canada High – La Canada
Crescenta Valley High – La Crescenta
Maranatha High School – Pasadena
Marshall Fundamental – Pasadena
Polytechnic School – Pasadena
John A. Rowland High – Rowland Heights
San Dimas High – San Dimas
Santa Monica High – Santa Monica
Simi Valley High – Simi Valley
South Hills HIgh School – West Covina
Temple City High – Temple City
Villa Park High – Villa Park

The regional competition will be held on January 31, 2015 at JPL, 4800 Oak Grove Drive, in Pasadena.

For more information, visit http://science.energy.gov/~/media/_/pdf/news/010715-NSB-Blog.pdf

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