Young scientists try out hypotheses
Young scientists try out hypotheses
K. Belcher

Students are preparing to represent Canterbury Lower School at the Northeast Indiana Regional Science and Engineering Fair on March 17 at IPFW. The following were selected from the Canterbury Science Fair:


  • Kianna Morrison, Grade 4, Is Bottled Better?
  • Jackson Glassley, Grade 4, Rolling...Rolling...Rolling


  • Kiora Bell, Grade 4
  • Sara Grabowski, Grade 4

Science Fair Special Awards

  • Isaac Newton Award for Innovation - Sammy Liu
  • Best Use of Technology - Andrew Maloblocki
  • Best Use of Engineering - William Campbell
  • Best Use of Mathematics - Sarah Krabach
  • August Steigmeyer Award in Environmental Science - Nora Steffen
  • Best Real World Application - Noah Holifield
  • Better Living/Healthy Lifestyle - Madelyn Herr
  • Best Solution to a Social Science Problem - Lila Fredrick
  • Most Creative Display - Jayla Johnson-Lake
  • Best Graphic Display - Olivia Menor
  • Best Use of Photography - Aurelie Giansanti
  • Isaac Knapp Award for Dentistry - John Birkmeier and Special Recognition – Maria Tan
  • Director's Choice - Preston Reeves

Who has a Big Idea?

Four Lower School students received the Big Idea Awards in the Canterbury Science Fair. The Big Idea Award is presented to students in Kindergarten through Grade 3 whose science fair project represents a high level of curiosity, explores a unique question, and demonstrates a clear use of the scientific process.

  • Jenna Inayat: My Favorite Helicopter
  • Julian Campbell: How Wing Design Alters Flight
  • Joshua Hauze: How Did the Earth Get Its Colors?
  • Samantha Harter: Which Hair Brush Detangles Hair with the Least Amount of Pain?