Kinross Wolaroi School and James Sheahan science competition

YEAR 12 students put their chemistry skills to the test on Friday.

Kinross Wolaroi School and James Sheahan Catholic High School senior students went head to head in an interschool titration competition.

James Sheahan science coordinator Jen Wickham said the competition gave students several opportunities.

“It’s a positive experience for the students because they interact with kids from other schools and hone their skills,” she said.

“The students are going real science and mathematics.”

Kinross Wolaroi School science teacher Pete Whiting said the day provided a break for students during the Higher School Certificate (HSC).

“It’s a bit of fun during the HSC,” Mr Whiting said.

“It’s [also] a good chance to have both schools together.”

James Sheahan student Ariel Ware said she enjoyed participating in the competition.

“It’s fun learning how to work in a team and improve our scientific and calculation skills,” she said.


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