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Two New Mexico high school seniors who are interested in science will be selected for an all expense paid, month-long trip to West Virginia’s Potomac Highlands for the National Youth Science Camp. Applications are now being accepted for the prestigious 2009 program.
Each year in the summer following graduation, two New Mexico high school seniors attend the intense camp for young scientists.
Last year, the New Mexico delegates were Megan Johnson and Kevin Wymer, both of Rio Rancho High School.
Amelia Clement and Jayson Lynch, both of Sandia Prep, were their alternates.
The New Mexico Academy of Science (NMAS) administers the National Youth Science Camp (NYSC) program in New Mexico, and the NYSC program pays all expenses for the students including airfare.
In March, judges from the Academy of Science will select two New Mexico high school seniors to attend the science camp this summer based upon their academic achievement, leadership in school and community activities, and a genuine interest in the sciences.
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