One may not expect to see a district science fair competition taking place when entering Broward Mall, but this was the case Feb. 9. Various junior and senior high students took their projects and their A-game to the mall to compete in the science fair with projects they have been working on for months. The junior high competition took place from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., while the senior high students participated from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Among the dozens of clubs students have to choose from, eleven academic honor societies provide high-achieving students with a chance to be recognized for their dedication and excellence in various fields. Tuesday, March 6 at 7:00 p.m., these organizations gathered in the main theater to formally induct new members into each respective society.
For nearly 12 months, Pre-Med officers and members hunted for sponsors, recruited runners and promoted the event. The Greater Fort Lauderdale Runners Club assisted in organizing the logistics for the 5k, with Pre Med officers acting as liaisons between it and those participating in the event.
At the Fort Lauderdale English-Speaking Union (ESU) Shakespeare Monologue Contest, Coutinho won first place and secured herself a spot at the national competition in Lincoln Center on Shakespeare Day, April 23.
Tuesday Feb. 27 juniors received their class rings during first and second period in the main theatre in a ceremony to honor them and personally present their individualized rings.