Next Competition: February 16, 2019
Assemble a team of tinkerers and budding engineers to compete for cash prizes in the Curtis Kinetic Science Competition!
This competition challenges students to transform ordinary and found objects into a kinetic system inspired by Rube Goldberg’s famous machines.
The Curtis Kinetic Science Competition is open to students in Grades 5-8, in teams of up to five.
2019 Curtis Kinetic Science Competition Winners
Best in Fair: One Fish Two Fish
Farah Boodrham, Michael Nwaogwugwum, Ramiah Nwaogwugwu, Xander Gora
Mr. Sweeney StarChild Academy
Best Use of Science: Banana Split
Brock Hooper and Matais Lopez-Torres
Most Innovative/Creative: Southern Tea
Mariana Sasahara, Adelina Torres-Rava, Jules Ortiz, Irena Rupinta
Best in Fair: Tom and Jerry Kinetic Kat Trap
Mia Lang, Alex Alfaro, Veronica Urdaneta, Ava Kaiser, Elizabeth Todd
Jodi Cooney Good Shepherd Catholic School
Best Use of Science: Let It Snow
Alana Sanchez, Mia Jimenez, Angelina Phan, Gabriela Pastrana
Most Innovative/Creative: The Toybox
Maddox Dxiedzic, Soleah Huggett, Nina Noguera, Amanda Rotolo