The Lower Merion and Harriton Technology Student Association (TSA) teams both performed exceedingly well at the recent 2019 Pennsylvania Regional Conference hosted at Strayer Middle School in Quakertown as the Aces recorded an impressive 51 top-ten results, including 11 first-place finishes, while the Rams collected a total of 28 top-ten results, including 17 top-three finishes.
Nearly 100 students from both high schools have been training and preparing for the conference since November to compete against the top schools from throughout the region in a series of challenging STEM-related events and activities that foster personal growth and leadership development.
Highlights for the Aces from throughout the conference included first place finishes in Architectural Design, Board Game Design, Children's Stories, Coding, Engineering Design, Fashion Design and Technology, Future Technology and Engineering Teacher, Music Production, Photographic Technology, Scientific Visualisation (SciVis) and Chapter Team. The Rams took top honors in the Design, Build Test; Video Game Design and Webmaster events.
Congratulations to all of the Lower Merion (pictured above) and Harriton TSA members for their accomplishments and outstanding work at the Regionals and best of luck at the State Conference in April!
The Technology Student Association is a national student organization created to develop skills in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics as well as business education. TSA aims to develop leadership, academic, and business management skills in the workplace among students and leaders within the community.