Beulah High School recently participated in AMP'd or the "Auburn Mathematical Puzzle Challenge," and received Honorable Mention for their hard work. This is a problem-solving STEM event for 9th-12th graders held at Auburn University. Participating teams solve engaging real-world problems using applicable knowledge of science courses such as biology, chemistry and physics as well as geography and history. Students must use critical thinking skills as they develop leadership, teamwork and organizational abilities.
Pictured are, from left, first row, Autumn Moore, Makalei Shorter, Melissa Sanders, Lyndsey Dauro and Alesha Coulter; back row, Justin Lewis, Taylor Belitz, Destini Ambus and Johnathon Foster. Not pictured: Naisia Dodson, Trey King, Kacee Smith, Austin Holley and Savannah Marshall.