Bulldogs News · Students earn 5 First Place Awards and 3 Second Place Awards at PJAS


On February 10, 2018, eight students from the high school competed in the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS). Students competed in the areas of  physics & chemistry. In addition, there was the James W.  Maloy Award for the highest scoring Bethlehem-Center student. James W. Maloy is a past director of PJAS and retired physics teacher from Bethlehem-Center.  

James W. Maloy Award 

Tiffany Karolewics

Dylan Sheets

4 Year Perseverance Award

Travis Pettit

First Place Awards

Tiffany Karolewics

Brandon Paul

Francesca Paul

Travis Pettit

Dylan Sheets

Second Place Awards 

Dominic Clutter 

Nicholas Frost

Erin Wood

Congratulations to everyone who competed!

You all did a great job!