Chamlian Places Third in State Science Fair

LA CRESCENTA–Once again–the Chamlian Armenian school registered a victory in the State Science Fair.

This time–eighth grade student Lara Injeyan place third in the overall rankings in her division for her exhibit on verification of Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle.

Injeyan also won the coveted Silicon Bull award as this year’s youngest scientist.

Hundreds of students representing schools throughout California took part in this science–which has become an annual showcase of science and engineering.

"The level of this year’s projects were visibly high in comparison to previous years," said Chamlian school principal Vazken Madenlian–who was also on the judge’s panel for this year’s fair.

"Once again–Lara gave us cause to be proud," said science teacher Seta Khacherian.

The Chamlian school has always ranked in the top in the science fairs.

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