Holyoke students who placed at the NJC math and science contest are pictured from left, Tate Dille, Alex Strauss, Kayla Marshall, Austin Herman and Luke Krogmeier. —Johnson Publications
JR/SR high students win NJC math and science honors
Twenty-eight Holyoke High School students attended the Northeastern Junior College math and science contest Thursday, April 6, in Sterling, competing in ninth-grade science, biology, chemistry, physics, Algebra I and II, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, senior math and grades 9-12 critical thinking. Four HHS students placed in the top three of their categories.
Alex Strauss placed second in 12th-grade critical thinking; Luke Krogmeier, second in 11th-grade critical thinking; Austin Herman, third in 12th-grade critical thinking; and Kayla Marshall, third in physics.
Fifteen Holyoke Junior High students attended the contest, Tuesday, April 11, competing in seventh- and eighth-grade math, critical thinking and science.
Tate Dille placed first in eighth-grade critical thinking.