St. Saviour High School’s Science Department is excited to offer select science students the opportunity to enter a three-course sequence research program. As a part of this program, students will develop scientific writing and presentation skills with an in-depth analysis of the scientific process. Students will be introduced to basic laboratory techniques with emphasis on the development of independent research. Students will develop independent research projects under teacher or research mentor supervision. Students will have the opportunity to enter research into local, state and national competitions, write a scientific research paper describing research results, and give a presentation of research results. Throughout the school year, students can attend field trips such as science presentations, research lectures and poster sessions.
The Science Research Program is in addition to the three science courses required for graduation at St. Saviour High School. Students involved in this program should be able to work well independently and have a proven ability to adhere to due dates. Students must abide by the Academic Honor Code Guidelines and must be in good academic standing while in the Science Research Program. The course meets once per six-day cycle. Students will submit the permission slip for the St. Saviour High School’s Science Research Program at the end of their freshman year to be considered for the program. Transfer students may also be considered. Admission to this program is based on departmental approval. For more information on the St. Saviour High School’s Science Research Program, please contact Ms. Ramkellowan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Monday, May 20, over 20 Saint Saviour students along with three faculty members attended the NY Sun Works' Youth Conference "DISCOVERING SUSTAINABILITY SCIENCE" at Symphony Space in Manhattan. NY Sun Works helps manage Saint Saviour’s greenhouse classroom. Saint Saviour is the first all-girls high school in the dioceses with a Greenhouse Classroom. Two students presented their research on Sustainability Science to a sold-out auditorium of 750 students and teachers during the 8th annual NY Sun Works Youth Conference. Research presentations were from: Alaina '20 on Magnetism and Its Effect on Plant Growth and Jaslin '21- The Effect of Thermotherapy on the Shelf-Life of Fragaria Ananassa.
Jaslin '21 participated in the 24th Annual High School Poster Session at St. Joseph's College NY on Saturday, February 1. Her science research classmates along with their teacher and St. Joseph's College alumni Ms. Ramkellowan were there to cheer her on! They also listened to the keynote address on "Poorly Water-Soluble Drugs and Strategies to Improve Their Solubility" by Professor Daniele Musumeci from the Department of Chemistry, CUNY-York College.
St. Saviour students presented their research projects at this year's NY Sun Works Virtual Conference.
Click the links below to view each student's individual presentations:
Emily '21: The Effect of Temperature on Plant Growth
Nicole '21: The Effect of Music on Plants