Russell Habada, a 15-year-old grade 9 student from Jireh International School in Ashaiman, has won the 2nd Ghana STEM Olympiad.
The STEM competition, organized by the Ghana Olympiad Academy, saw over 800 students from 50 schools participate in solving practical science, technology, engineering and math problems.
The Olympiad focuses on higher-order thinking skills for grades 7-10 students.
“With the winner joining the Ghana Olympiad Academy team to Indonesia for the Global finals, we are optimistic of more laurels ahead.”
Russell Habada to represent Ghana on global stage
By winning the national Olympiad, Russell Habada will now represent Ghana at the international level in Indonesia. His victory demonstrates the talent and potential of Ghanaian youth in STEM fields.