Johns Creek High students took first and second places in a video contest sponsored by Road to Safety, a program started by a Milton resident.
Lisa Cauley created the program in 2010. It challenges North Fulton students to think about driving safety by creating a two-minute video.
This year's winning video, "The Wilted Rose," was produced by Johns Creek students Samantha VanSickle, Mark Jackson, Chase Cappai and Cara Tripodis.
Johns Creek High's Bryan Washington, Mark Jackson, Jesse McConnico and Sebastian Wetzel produced the second-place video "A Fatal Mistake."
Centennial High took third place with "Road to Safety," produced by Nico Alcantara, Paul Elliot and Ryan Mitchell.
Students from Chattahoochee, Northview, Roswell, Alpharetta, Milton and Cambridge high schools participated.
The awards presentation recently took place in Johns Creek High's auditorium and was hosted by Kicks 101.5FM's Cadillac Jack (Milton resident Hyde Choate) and Johns Creek student Kartik Kini.
The winning entry received $1,000; second place, $600; and third place, $400.
All entries were judged by Cauley, the Fulton School Board's Katie Reeves, Lt. John Borsey with the Milton Police Department and Steve Jones of Johns Creek Driving School.
See the winning videos accompanying this article.