Last night, Roselle Park High School’s (RPHS) STEAM Team came home from Trenton with nine medals. The Science-Technology-Engineering-Arts-Mathematics (STEM) team of over 30 students took part in the 2018 New Jersey TSA High School State Conference yesterday which is held every spring at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ).
This year, Roselle Park competed against over 60 other New Jersey schools and medaled in the following:
- Architecture Computer-Aided Design (CAD), 2nd Place
- Architecture Design, 2nd Place
- Fashion Design, 2nd Place
- Music Production, 1st Place
- Photographic Technology, 3rd Place
- Promotional Design, 1st Place
- Robotics Competition, 2nd Place
- Robotics Skills, 2nd Place
- Software Development, 3rd Place
“Our school did incredibly well,” said RPHS Principal Sarah Costa, “We have some phenomenal teachers and students, to say the least. But this kind of success shows incredible teaching and dedicated, motivated students.”
New Jersey high school students compete in over 30 competitive events and winners qualify to compete against students from all over the world at the National TSA Conference which is held in June every year. This year it is set to be held June 22-26 in Atlanta, Georgia.