This Bucks County High School Student is Being Recognized for Her Work in the STEAM Field

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The Bucks County student's work in a particular field gained her local recognition.

A Bucks County high school student was recently honored and recognized for her work and contributions to the STEAM field.

Keira Seidman, a junior at Bensalem High School, was recently named the Pennsylvania Association for Gifted Education’s (PAGE) Distinguished High School Student of the Year for 2022. Along with her sister, Seidman created STEAMcraft, a Bensalem-based arts and craft store. Their offerings promote the STEAM field for young women.

“Keira is a member of the BHS Robotics Team, National Honor Society, Varsity Softball, Mathletes, Chess Club, and Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science,” her school district said in a statement.

“Out of school, she participates in the Bensalem Police Athletic League co-ed Street Hockey and Club Softball. She also has her own business with her sister called STEAMcraft, where they make DIY STEM kits for kids.”

Seidman was also given recognition for her community work by YWCA Bucks County, an organization that celebrates the achievements of local women. She was honored at their 30th Annual Salute to Women, which was held at Park Casino in Bensalem on Oct. 27; she was honored in the #GirlPower category.

Learn more about Seidman’s recent achievements at the official website of Bensalem Township School District.

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