5 AHS Students Selected as Top 300 Innovators in National STEM Competition
 
American Heritage Schools is proud to announce that 5 students have been named to this year’s Broadcom MASTERS Top 300, the nation’s premier STEM competition for middle school students.
 
Maximus Callis, Class of 2027, American Heritage Schools - Broward Campus
Broward Regional Science & Engineering Fair 
Project Title: The Effects of Different Carbon Fiber Composite Sandwich Cores on the Young’s Modulus and Specific Modulus of the Composite Sandwich Beam When It Is Tested Using a Three-Point Beam Test
 
Anagha Iyer, Class of 2026, American Heritage Schools - Broward Campus
Broward Regional Science & Engineering Fair 
Project Title: The Synergistic Effects of Ametryn, Atrazine, Imidacloprid, Spinosad and Neem Oil on the Development of Danio Rerio Embryos
 
Kasey Moore, Class of 2027, American Heritage Schools - Palm Beach Campus
Palm Beach Regional Science and Engineering Fair 
Project Title: The Effect of Uncaria Tomentosa (Cat’s Claw) in Learning and Memory in Lymnaea Stagnalis (The Great Pond Snail)
 
Shiv Pillai, Class of 2028, American Heritage Schools - Palm Beach Campus
Palm Beach Regional Science and Engineering Fair
Project Title: Which Mechanism of Throttling a Solid Fuel is More Effective?
 
Gabriel Hosein MikatiClass of 2028, American Heritage Schools - Palm Beach Campus
Palm Beach Regional Science and Engineering Fair
Project Title: Thermoelectricity – The FREE Hidden Energy in Our Roadways
 
This honor places them among a select group of 300 middle school science and engineering projects in the United States from 1,807 entrants and 35 states. Congratulations on this impressive accomplishment. We are proud of each one of them. Keep exploring your potential!
 
Founded and produced by the Society for Science, the Broadcom Foundation has a mission of advancing science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education by increasing opportunities to achieve success through equitable access to STEM pathways.
 
The Society for Science is a champion for science, dedicated to promoting the understanding and appreciation of science and the vital role it plays in human advancement. Established in 1921, Society for Science is best known for its award-winning journalism through Science News and Science News Explores, its world-class science research competitions for students, including the Regeneron Science Talent Search, the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair, the Broadcom MASTERS, and its outreach and equity programming that seeks to ensure that all students have an opportunity to pursue a career in STEM.