It was excited and academically colorful as students from 25 high schools around New York; the United States took part in the country’s most prestigious National Science Bowl competition held at the Hunter College High School in the heart of Manhattan.
The well attended science bowl competition brought together 150 students who were also accompanied by their school administrators and other instructional staff to grace the occasion, and to see their respective school capturing this year’s award.
Serving as one of the timekeepers at the competition was the Chief Executive Officer of the Global News Network (GNN), publisher of an online newspaper, Joel Cholo Brooks who is currently visiting the United States as guest of I-Help Liberia USA Project.
The Chief Organizer of the competition and also a senior staff of the Hunter College High School, Mr. Asumana Jabateh Randolph also took to Liberia last year similar competition with several schools in Monrovia, Nimba and Margibi Counties taking part and receiving awards for their participation.
The winner for today’s competition was Stuvesant High School after beating Hunter College High School. Now Stuvesant High School will move on to represent New York City in the National Science Bowl Competition to be held in Washington, D.C. next month.