Students from Fulton Science Academy High School excelled at the Fulton County Schools’ 12th Annual Technology Competition, with 21 students winning first, second or third-place awards for their projects. The event was held Saturday, January 26 at Riverwood International Charter School.
“Our students did very well at this year’s tech completion and we’re proud of each one,” FSA High School Principal Namik Sercan said. “They have been working on their projects for the past several months and their hard work really paid off.”
The students from FSA High School competed in eight of 13 possible categories. Those who placed first in their category and age group are eligible to participate in the state-level competition, scheduled for March 9 at Macon State College.
Case Modification - Hamza Hamki & Muhammad Pardesi, 1st place, and Shingirai Kucherera & Matthew Mingorance, 1st place
Digital game design - Niaomi Baptiste & Jahsi Conn, 2nd place
Photography - Brenda
Morales & Selina Yilmaz, 1st place
Digital video productions - James Hatos & Jonathan Near, 1st place, and Akshara Ballari & Varun Ballari, 1st place
Applications - Juan
Sepulveda, 1st place
Applications - Ayesha Iqbal &
Azka Iqbal, 1st place
Project Programming - Neshaiah Phillips, 3rd place, and Elijahbrelle Hill & Arun Ramanathan, 3rd place
Web 2.0 internet applications - Daniel Mellon, 3rd place, and Sowmya Pandu & Mustafa Kilic, 2nd place
Science Academy High School is
one of the top performing high schools in Fulton County, distinguished by its
deeply held commitment to improving the student achievement through its
rigorous college prep curriculum. Established in 2006, FSA High School is a tuition-free, public, math
& science-focused charter school located in Alpharetta, Ga.