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Local student participates in aerospace scholars program

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SEATTLE — Graham Morgan of Wenatchee High School participated in Phase One of the 2013-14 cycle of the Washington Aerospace Scholars (WAS) Program at the Museum of Flight last month.

WAS is a competitive science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) program for high school juniors across Washington state and is an affiliate of NASA Johnson Space Center’s National High School Aerospace Scholars Program. Morgan is one of 214 students competing for one of the 160 slots available in a Summer Residency session to be held in June and July at the Museum of Flight.

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