Charter School takes Lead at Science Olympiad

February 24th, 2005 by Leave a Comment

Published Thursday, February 24, 2005

By Angie Green

The Fulton Science Academy’s Science Olympiad Team won first place among 20 teams at the regional Science Olympiad tournament on Feb. 19. The team will advance to the state Science Olympiad tournament in April.

This is not the first win for the academy, a 3-year-old charter middle school in Alpharetta with 320 pupils that focuses on math and science instruction. The school also won in last year’s competition.

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