Benjamin E. Mays High School Hydroponics
Atlantis Hydroponics’ David Kessler traveled to Benjamin E. Mays High School to educate students about hydroponics and aquaponics. The Engineering Team at the high school used their knowledge to conduct an award winning Hydroponics and Aquaponics science fair experiment.
David Kessler gave the students demonstrations on hydroponics and helped them set up their own hydroponics and aquaponics gardens.
The students' research and findings led them to the world’s biggest science fair: The 2011 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles, CA where they earned 4th place! The team also took home the Gold Medal and Grand Prize at the Atlanta Public Schools Science fair!
"The Benjamin E. Mays High School Engineering Team wants to thank David and Atlantis Hydroponics for their contributions and assistance in helping us develop productive aquaponics and hydroponics systems. Thanks to your help we've gone to win 4th place in Environmental Sciences in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
Captain of the Engineering Team at Mays High
P.S. In the near future I will be visiting Atlantis Hydroponics for assistance and to purchase products to assist me in the continuation of this project."
To read more about Benjamin E. Mays High School's journey to the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, check out this article by the Michigan Tech News! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on hydroponics education in schools.