Newfield High School Students Showcase Innovative Research at Long Island Science Congress Competition

Newfield High School recently announced that several science students participated Long Island Science Congress research competition held at the iconic Cradle of Aviation Museum.

“We are incredibly proud of our students for their outstanding performance at the Long Island Science Congress competition,” said Scott Graviano, Principal of Newfield High School. “Their commitment to scientific inquiry and pursuit of knowledge is truly commendable. We congratulate them on their achievements and look forward to witnessing their continued success in the world of science.”

The event brought together budding young scientists from across Long Island to present their innovative research projects across various scientific disciplines. Newfield High School students demonstrated their passion for scientific inquiry and commitment to academic excellence as they showcased their projects alongside their peers. Two of the competing teams won awards. Their projects explored research questions, demonstrating creativity, and critical thinking.

The Long Island Science Congress competition provided an invaluable opportunity for students to engage with the scientific community, receive feedback, and gain recognition for their hard work and dedication. Participating in such events not only fosters a passion for science but also prepares students for future academics and professional endeavors.