Students of three high schools in Sanniquellie, Nimba County took part in the I-Help Liberia Project sponsored Science Bowl Competition with the Seventh Day Advantage High School students topping the competition, and winning a prize.
The competition was held at the auditorium of the Nimba County Community College where several scientific equipments were presented to the College by the Director of I-Help Liberia Project USA, Mr. Asumana Jabateh Randolph aimed at keeping students abreast of sciences.
For her part, the President of the College, Dr. Yar Donlah Gonway Gono thanked the I-Help Liberia Project team for visiting her college campus and making such meaningful contributions to the sollege, and assured the team that items presented to the College will be used for its intended purpose.
Students who spoke to our staff expressed excitement for this new method of impacting more knowledge in the minds of students in Liberia, especially in the area of science. The students also expressed thanks and appreciation to Mr. Randolph and his team for introducing the Liberia Science Bowl Competition.
In a related development, ten high schools in Ganta , Nimba County are also expected to participate tomorrow, June 30, 2015 in the competition with the winning school taken away a prize.
Prior to coming to Nimba County for the Science Bowl Competition, similar competition was held in Monrovia with the J.J. Roberts Methodist High School beating several schools in Monrovia.