All Hallow’s students from La Jolla make it to Science Fair

Pictured are: (bottom row, from left ) Trenton Fudge, Marlen Miranda, Phoebe Riley, Kiki Hamon, Bernardo Name (middle row, from left) Christopher DeGuzman, Katie Fitzsimmons, Marisa Gomes, Aileen Dalton, Eva Belizzi, Kyle Mares (back row, from left) Kevin Boermeister, Michael Marshall, Kyle Delmore, Sophia Pintar, Andrea Rohan, Andrea Johnson, and Jillian Kopp.

Eighteen seventh-grade students from All Hallows Academy were selected by the Screening Committee of the 2011 Greater San Diego Science and Engineering Fair to present their science projects at a countywide competition held March 23, at the Balboa Park Activity Center. Schools from throughout San Diego County sent projects to the screening fair last month, and more than half the seventh graders at AHA were selected for judging.

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