Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) were on full display at Shoreline Community College

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

From bugs to robots - the STEM Fest had it all

Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) were on full display at Shoreline Community College on Saturday, May 20, at the fifth annual Shoreline STEM Festival and Science Fair.

SCC was packed with young scientists, family members, educators, STEM professionals and robotics teams on a voyage of exploration and inquiry with science fair projects, hands on activities, demonstrations, science bowl trivia and more! Science fair participants received free t-shirts featuring a winning brainy design by Ridgecrest student Ameli Graff. 

Syre Elementary and Meridian Park Elementary received the award of School of STEM Excellence for having the greatest number of student science fair projects.

Proud parents with one of the exhibitors

The following students won awards for their science fair projects:

Scientific Investigation
  • Cora Acevedo Seaman - Cascade K-8 
  • Ernesto Acevedo Seaman - Cascade K-8
  • Tyler McMaster - Echo Lake
  • Samanvitha Kaushik - Evergreen Middle School
  • Marieka S. and Ben A. - Highland Terrace
  • Natalia Martin - Highland Terrace
  • Chloe W. - Home School
  • Lindsey Muilenburg - Lake Forest Park
  • Max Oshiro - Lake Forest Park
  • Katherine Haycox - Meridian Park
  • Zoe Kelton - Meridian Park
  • Ameli Graff and Meira Graff - Ridgecrest
  • Edward Hensel - Syre
  • Kathlyn Mai -Syre
  • Koa Hensel -Syre
  • Max Reed -Syre
  • Wyatt Hoverter -Syre 
Computer Invention/Design
  • Caleb W. - Home School 
  • Claris W. - Home School 
  • Nova Bray Saunders - Meridian Park 
  • Amy Walston - Syre 
Engineering Invention/Design
  • Cleah W. - Home School 
  • Kirill Huizenga - Meridian Park 
Scientific Display
  • Arsema Habtemariam and Misgana Kiflom - Meridian Park 
  • Allegra Watson and Millie Wang - Ridgecrest 
Running the robots through their paces

Robotic Teams
Hosted by FRC Team 3070, our own Shoreline high schools Team Pronto, the following FIRST Robotics teams came to compete for bragging rights and show off their robots:
  • FRC Team 4911- CyberKnights, Kings High School, Shoreline 
  • FRC Team 2605 - Seahome Seamonsters - Seahome High School 
  • FRC Team 1294 - Top Gun, Eastlake High School, Sammamish 
  • FRC Team 4077 - M*A*S*H, Edmonds Woodway High School 
  • FRC Team 2928 - Vikings, Ballard High School, Seattle 
  • FRC Team 1778 - Chill Out!, Mountlake Terrace High School 
  • FRC Team 488 XBOT - Franklin High School, Seattle 
  • FIRST Lego League (FLL) Team #23759, Kawaii Space Kittens - Shoreline and Bothell 
It was an all-age venue

Shoreline STEM, the non-profit organization that hosts the festival, would like to offer special thanks to the Shoreline School District, our many generous sponsors, student participants and their parents and teachers, STEM career exhibitors, and our amazing volunteers from Shorewood Science Olympiad, Team Pronto, Shorecrest and Shorewood High Schools and the community at large. 

Shoreline Community College helps make the festival possible each year by donating extensive logistic and material support through their print shop, facilities, and parking the day of the event.


Stay informed about fun STEM opportunities year-round by liking our page on Facebook or following us on Twitter.

Help us make the 2018 festival the best one yet! Contact Shoreline STEM through our website or email with suggestions or to get on our list of volunteers.



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