Olympics Heights Students Honored For Brilliant SECME Performance

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Students of the Olympic Heights SECME team competed at the District Olympiad that was held at Santaluces High School on Saturday, March 28th. They were the defending champions, and they needed to place in almost every one of the 8 categories in order to retain their title. The team worked hard on the design and building of their projects, and they are very energized by their decisive victory at the event.

The OH SECME team is mostly comprised of students from the Engineering Academy. Majority of the team is from the class of 2015, and while this was a great way for the current seniors to finish their high school career, the team next year has a lot to live up to!

The following are the results of the competition:  

Essay – 1st Place (Sarah Curtis), The winning essay will go to Nationals in summer 2015.

Banner – 1st Place (Jennifer Coelho and George Tripp with help from rest of the SECME team)

Poster – 1st Place (George Tripp)

Brain Bowl – 3rd Place (Daniel Baum, Garrett Goode, Jennifer Coelho, and Samantha Jairam)

Generator – 3rd place (Daniel Baum, Vincent Santano, and David Gebka)

Bridge – 3rd Place (Vincent Santano, Emily Lyn, and Garrett Goode)

Mouse Trap Car – 2nd AND 3rd Place (David Gebka, Ryan Dingman, Vincent Santano, Jennifer Coelho, Sarah Fine, Shayna York)


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