A virtual school science whiz kid is heading to the world’s biggest high school science fair

A Riverside student who traveled to Washington, D.C., for a national science competition will now compete on a worldwide scale in May.

James Fagan, 10, a seventh-grader at Riverside's Educational Options Center, which includes a virtual school, created a wind tunnel to test the effectiveness of different wing designs.

His placement at a four-county science fair led him to a national competition known as BroadcomMASTERS (Math, Applied Science, Technology and Engineering for Rising Stars).

Read more about James when you click here.