NATIONAL RECOGNITION FOR CAMBRIDGE COLLEGE STUDENT

Antonella Masini, from Cambridge College in Lima, claims first place at the National Geographic Breakthrough Junior Challenge.


The National Geographic Breakthrough Junior Challenge is an annual competition where students from around the world are invited to create and submit an original five-minute video that communicates a complex scientific idea in an imaginative way. Antonella Masini, class of 2016, was announced the winner for her video on Quantum Entanglement.

Antonella received a $250k post-secondary scholarship and a $50k grant for a teacher who inspired her; the school was also awarded a $100k Breakthrough Science Lab.

Serving as a catalyst for educational distinction, Inspired and Cambridge College are immensely proud of Antonella’s exceptional achievement. Her accomplishment is a good representation of the Inspired philosophy, which we strive to instil within all our students. Integrating innovative, challenging and enriching academic, performing arts and sports programmes, Inspired’s students leave with outstanding academic results, a love of learning, confidence and a firm value system that arms them to embrace the challenges life throws at them in their future endeavours.

To watch Antonella’s winning compilation, click on the following link: here

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