Former Sanibel student wins at International Science Fair
Three students from the School District of Lee County who participated in the Intel International Science Fair came home as winners, including a former student from The Sanibel School.
The American Statistical Association presented Dahlia Dry, of Fort Myers High School, with the second award of $1,000 for her physics and astronomy project, “Plotting New Horizons: A Statistical Analysis of Potential Factors Influencing the Probability of Planetary System Formation.”
Dry is also an Intel ISEF 2019 grand award winner in physics and astronomy. She was chosen for a first award of $3,000 for her project, “Plotting New Horizons.”
The other two winners included Mark Leone, of Estero High School, and Morgan Barkhurst, of Florida SouthWestern Collegiate High School.
They competed against nearly 1,800 high school students from more than 80 countries, regions and territories for prizes and awards valued at more than $5 million.