A group of Central High School students displayed their science projects at the St. Joseph School District's office Monday afternoon.
Since the beginning of the school year, about twenty students have been hard at work on the projects.
Some of the projects showcased investigations into topics such as judicial psychology or nutrition studies.
It is a way for students to get an in-depth look into a potential career.
"It kind of lets you go off on your own and let you explore what you like," said Holly Johnston, a sophomore at Central High School. "Then doing something with it that willl help you in college and get you recognition."
The students were all part of the TAG Science Investigations class.
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