LIBERIA: Ganta YMCA High School Wins Liberia Science Bowl Competition, Captures Giant Size Trophy

Following a competitive Science Bowl Competition amongst ten high schools students in the City of Ganta, Nimba County organized by a US based I-Help Liberia Project aimed at equipping high school students with the knowledge of science and technology.

At the end of the full day competition, the Ganta YMCA High School emerged winner, taken away a giant size trophy and five gold models for the five participants who graciously and overwhelmingly expressed gratitude to the organizers of the competition.

Making to the presentation to the third, second and first winners of the competition, the District Education Officer of Bain-Garr, Mr. Lynon Martor thanked presentation to the participating teams and winner of the competition for their courage during the entire process.

Earlier, the Director of the I-Help Liberia USA, Mr. Asumana  Jabateh  Randolph spoke highly of the Liberia Science Bowl Competition, noting that it is important that students understand the uniqueness of the program, and promised that similar competition  will be held this December in order to encourage others who missed out for the just ended competition.

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