Palo Alto High School’s newly formed Science Fair Club makes its debut presenting student works to the public April 22 in the Peery Family Center and science classrooms.
“At the science fair there will be students that showcase their projects, some clubs or organizations that have their own demonstrations, and guest speakers to inspire students about their experiences in their fields [of study],” said Sonny Young, sophomore and president of the club.
In the coming weeks, members of the club will continue to finalize event logistics and are reaching out to friends to increase publicity.
“Because this is the first time an event like the science fair is happening, one problem we face is that not a lot of people are aware of the event,” Young said.
As a new club hosting a new event, Science Fair Club looks forward to showcasing and increasing student involvement in STEM subjects.
“I think attending this event will be a great way to see how students at Paly are involved in STEM,” Young said. “I know that there are a lot of people who do amazing things at our school.”