Early College science students advance

Courtland Hardy and Dannis Cazarez at the regional science fair in Greensboro, with their certificates. The pair took second place in the technology division. - Submitted photo
Teresa Vazquez and Joana Hernandez with their third-place certificates in the micro-biology division of the regional science fair. - Submitted photo

Surry Early College High School recently had four of its students compete in the Regional North Carolina Science and Engineering Fair competition at the Triad Math and Science Academy in Greensboro.

Working in two-person teams, all four placed in the top three in their respective divisions. This means will be going to the State North Carolina Science and Engineering Fair competition at North Carolina State University later this month.

The school’s Courtland Hardy and Dannis Cazarez took second place in the technology division. Teresa Vazquez and Joana Hernandez claimed third place in the Micro-Biology Division.

Courtland Hardy and Dannis Cazarez at the regional science fair in Greensboro, with their certificates. The pair took second place in the technology division.
https://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/web1_Courtland-Hardy-and-Dannis-Cazarez-Regional-Science-Fair.jpgCourtland Hardy and Dannis Cazarez at the regional science fair in Greensboro, with their certificates. The pair took second place in the technology division. Submitted photo

Teresa Vazquez and Joana Hernandez with their third-place certificates in the micro-biology division of the regional science fair.
https://www.mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/web1_Joana-Hernandez-and-Teresa-Vazquez-Reional-Science-Fair-Winners.jpgTeresa Vazquez and Joana Hernandez with their third-place certificates in the micro-biology division of the regional science fair. Submitted photo