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Westhampton Beach High School seniors Meghan Kelly and Jessica Curran recently presented their research projects at the New York State Science and Engineering Fair on March 27. The competition, held in Albany, attracted thousands of young scientists from across the state.

Jessica Curran, a senior, was able to advance to the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair after winning first place in the plant sciences category at the state fair. Her dedication and hard work paid off as she showcased her innovative project in front of a panel of judges.

Meghan Kelly, another senior, also participated in the state fair alongside Curran. Both students represented their school well in this prestigious competition. They impressed judges with their scientific expertise and innovative projects, demonstrating their passion for science and research.

Their accomplishments at the fair reflect the high caliber of education and resources available at Westhampton Beach High School. Both students have set a great example for their peers and have made their school community proud. Their success is a testament to the importance of scientific education and research in shaping our future leaders.

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