2015 Fall Science Bowl for Middle School Students

Are you interested in science? Do you want to pursue a career in the sciences?

Do you want to pass your school’s tryout test to get into the competing Science Bowl team?

Or are you interested in founding your school’s Science Bowl team?

This Febuary Lynbrook’s Science Bowl Team A competed at the 2015 SLAC Regional Competition and beat out The Harker School to earn 1st place and a trip to Washington DC for the 2015 National Science Bowl Competition!

     Congratulations to: Pranav Lalgudi, Nithin Buduma (captain), Oliver Dong (and Shamrock the Horse 😛 ) and Jeffrey Chang, Richard Liu for their amazing performance!

Science Bowl is one of the most prestigious national science competitions, and is hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy. It provides an intellectually stimulating atmosphere to interact productively with other students and communicate ideas effectively. Science Bowl is an activity that uniquely combines teamwork and leadership skills with deep and comprehensive knowledge of various science subjects, and can help you stand out from the competition.
Program Description: This course aims to prepare students for the Science Bowl competition. It contains both lecture and practice round components. Students will be taught Life Science, Physical Science, Earth Science, Energy, Mathematics, and General Science. The coach will work heavily on reinforcing science knowledge in the listed categories as well as improving buzzing strategies and time management necessary for science bowl.

Students who qualify for competing teams are accepted to top schools.

Students who qualify for competing teams are accepted to top schools.

Register SpringLight’s Science Bowl Training Class today!

 Where: 1340 S De Anza Blvd. Suite 204, San Jose, CA 95129

 When: 8/29 to 11/21, 6:30 to 8:30pm, Saturday.

Who: For 6-8th grade (middle school class)

Tuition: $600/12 sessions

Register at https://goo.gl/QB1u0U

Each class will include a lecture which discusses the most important topics within Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth Science, Energy and Math, as well as diagnostic tests written by the instructor to simulate team selection and practice buzzer rounds.


Jeffrey Chang is a senior at Lynbrook High School. Some of his achievements include:

 President of Lynbrook Science Club
– Member of Lynbrook Science Bowl for 2 years
– 1st place at Synopsis Science Fair in social and behavioral sciences
– 2nd place at California State Science Fair in social sciences
 Semifinalist of North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad
– Honors (top 150) in US National Chemistry Olympiad
– 5-time AIME qualifier

Pranav Lalgudi is a junior at Lynbrook High School. Some of his achievements include:

– Lynbrook High School Science Bowl Team A National Competition (10)

 Synopsys Science Fair Awards and Outreach N+1 Finalist for  Biochemistry/Microbiology research (9)
– UC Berkeley BioEngineering Best Research Award for Molecular Biology research (9)
– National Exploravision Honorable Mention Award for cancer biology research (9)
– Research at University of Iowa Biochemistry Department (9-10)
– Research at UCSB Genetics and Molecular Biology (10-11)
– USAJMO qualifier (9, 10)
– Lynbrook Neuroscience Club President, Math Club Vice President, Science Club Vice President
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