Samoa College dominates Debate, Science Fair

By Adel Fruean ,

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Samoa College claimed overall dominance in both fields.

Samoa College claimed overall dominance in both fields. (Photo: Roland Setu)

Samoa College dominated the Land and Soil week inter-school Debate and Science Fair held this week. Eleven colleges took part.

They are Robert Louis Stevenson School, Avele College, Leifiifi College, Chanel College, Faleata College, Faatuatua College, Samoa College, Saint Joseph’s College, Saint Mary’s College, Wesley College and Church College Pesega. 

The main goal of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment (M.N.R.E.) is the promotion of awareness and to build the capacity for students to understand issues with regards to the soil and land use.

Samoa College walked away as the overall winner for both land and soil science fair and debates.

The official closing of the Land and Soil week was at Sagone, Itu-Salega on the big island of Savaii yesterday.

Results:

Land and Soil Science Fair:

1st Samoa College

2nd Saint Mary’s College

Some of the R.L.S.S. during their science fair project.
Some of the R.L.S.S. during their science fair project.
Avele College Science Project.
Avele College Science Project.
Chanel College Science Project.
Chanel College Science Project.
Church College Pesega representatives.
Church College Pesega representatives.
Saint Mary’s College consolation recipient.
Saint Mary’s College consolation recipient.

3rd Church College Pesega

4th Robert Louis Stevenson 

School

Debate:

1st Samoa College

2nd Robert Louis Stevenson 

School

Consolation Prize:

Church College Pesega and St      Mary’s College 

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