North Hollywood High School wins LADWP Science Bowl Regional Competition

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Students competing during the 2018 LADWP Science Bowl Regional Competition. Photo: LADWP/Twitter

For the 19th time in 21 years, the North Hollywood High School A Team has won the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Science Bowl Regional Competition, officials said.

The 25th Annual Regional Science Bowl competition was held Saturday at Los Angeles Department of Water and Power headquarters.

The North Hollywood A Team showcased “an outstanding grasp of advanced science, math and technology concepts, quick reflexes and grace under pressure,” the LADWP’s Walter Zeisl said.

Team members each receive the $1,000 Hitachi Scholarship and an all- expense paid trip to represent Los Angeles in the U.S. Department of Energy National Science Bowl April 26-30 in Washington, D.C., Zeisl said.

The Los Angeles Center for Enriched placed second in the regional competition and the North Hollywood High School Team B placed third.

John Marshall High School won the Franklin Lu Hands-On Trophy in a test of problem solving and time management skills in memory of the late LADWP engineer and Science Bowl volunteer. Foshay Learning Center placed second. El Camino Charter High School Team B placed third and New Designs Charter High School Team B placed fourth. First place finishers each receive a $250 scholarship and the coach receives a $150 stipend award.

North Hollywood High School wins LADWP Science Bowl Regional Competition was last modified: February 25th, 2018 by Toni McAllister

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