The Science Fair at Community Christian School wowed judges and parents alike with the wide range of scientific endeavors exhibited by the students. 

A special favorite was the hovercraft built by sophomore Donovan Armstrong. 

These exceptional students all received a Superior rating and will advance to regional competition: 3rd grade Amaris Berwick “Soap,” 4th grade Josh Howard “Energy From the Sun,” 5th grade Ethan Beard “Are Wii Fit?,” 5th grade Rebecca Tibbitts “The Big Chill,” 6th grade Arianna Alford “What’s Your Stride?,” 8th grade Mary Ann Riley “How do Bacteria and Mold Grow?,” 8th grade Alex Parrish “Can You Shake Up Some Energy?,” 10th grade Donovan Armstrong “Hovercraft,” 10th grade Tyler Whitten “What are Polymers?,” and 10th grade Mallori Parrish “Brain Drain.”
CCS wishes to thank the following businesses and judges for participating in this year’s Science Fair: Gene Mires and Robin Clark from Chevron Phillips; Ledena Howard from Bush/Lewis PLLC Lawyers; Cliff Ozman, Barbara Robnett, Blaine Caillier, and Wendy Elliott from Lamar State College- Orange; Kaye Sims from Sabine Packaging; Catherine Stewart, the founder of CCS; Steve Howard, Atty; Maureen Street ACSI Director for CCS;  Hollye James and Tracey Benoit the president and vice-president of P.I.E; Mel Moreau; Christina Pryor; and Tyler Leifeste.