Six of LI's finest students make prestigious Intel finals
Six Long Island students researched their way to the finals of the most prestigious high school science competition in the country.
W. T. Clark High School senior Natalie Cameron, 17, is among six of the Island's finalists in the Intel Science Talent Search. Cameron's work focused on the effect teacher movement around a classroom has on student performance. Forty students nationwide were elevated to the finals, and a dozen of those came from New York. The other five Island finalists hail from schools in Massapequa, Syosset, Lawrence, Garden City and Oyster Bay.
In March, the 40 high school students will present their research in Washington, DC. After the top 10 are selected, the winner will receive $500,000 in scholarships.
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