The University of Guam’s College of Natural and Applied Sciences hosted its annual Chemistry Titration Competition for high school students on Thursday, March 2, 2023. Titration is a common laboratory method or process for determining the quantity or concentration of a substance in a solution. Awards were given to students with the highest score in the team, individual, and laboratory skill categories.

This year, St. John’s School competed against eight other local high schools. Of the nine awards being given, St. John’s took home four.

Best team award:
1st place: Liam Padua and Kai-Li Updegrove
2nd place: AJ Morales and Seohee Min

Individual award:
1st place: Kai-Li Updegrove
3rd place: AJ Morales

Under the guidance of science teacher, Ms. Kathy Yang, our upper school students performed outstandingly well at the annual science competition. Congratulations, Knights and Coach Yang!

Left to right: Liam Padua, Kai-Li Updegrove, AJ Morales, Seohee Min, Jiyun Lee (alternate), and Ms. Kathy Yang.

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