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Science Fair

The FortisTCI National Science & Technology Fair is one of the company’s largest and longest running sponsored events. Launched in 2009, the fair is held in conjunction with the Department of Education, and brings together some of the country’s brightest and most creative young minds.

Each year, nearly 200 primary and high school students from around the islands compete for the coveted prize of overall Science Fair winner. These young scientist present scientific projects, compete in a science quiz and a take part in a graphic and creative art poster competition, allowing them to explore and showcase their scientific and creative abilities.

FortisTCI believes in the importance of education and this sponsorship is part of a long-term commitment to fostering interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) among students of the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Learn more about the Annual FortisTCI Science and Technology Fair here: https://www.fortistcisciencefair.com

 

2020
High School Primary School
1st place: H.J. Robinson High School 1st place: Providence International Academy
2nd place: Holy Family High School 2nd place: International School of TCI
3rd place: Champions for Christ International School 3rd place: iii. Eliza Simons Primary School
President’s Award - Holy Family Academy - VOC Pre-Screening Device  

 

2019
High School Primary School
1st place: Clement Howell High School – ‘Glasstastic Building Solutions’ 1st place: Clement Howell High School – ‘Glasstastic Building Solutions’
2nd place (tie): Holy Family Academy – ‘Helio Tropic Plane and ‘Photo Resistor Controlled Smart Bulbs’ 2nd place: Eliza Simons Primary School – ‘Chocolate Cooler’
  3rd place: Providence International Academy – ‘Are Sugars in Fruit and Honey the Same as Table Sugars?’

 

2017
High School Primary School
1st place: Holy Family Academy – ‘3-D Printing’ 1st place: Providenciales Primary School – ‘Which Fruit has the most Vitamin C?’
2nd place: Turks and Caicos Islands Comprehensive High School – ‘Waste Management’ 2nd place: Iris Stubbs Primary School – ‘Salt Water Electrical Circuit’
3rd place: British West Indies Collegiate – ‘The Efficient Conversion of Hydrogen Power’ 3rd place: British West Indies Collegiate – ‘The Efficient Conversion of Hydrogen Power’

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