The senior high's Technology Student Association (TSA) has been at work since September to compete in this year’s regional competition, where they placed in the top five in 25 different events–including eight 1st place, five 2nd place and six 3rd place finishers. Even more impressively, 27 students were selected to present their work in the state competition next month--an Exeter record! TSA is a voluntary after-school STEM club where students work to create technology-based projects for specific events ranging from everything from biotechnology to fashion, board game design to debating, and robotics to writing extemporaneous essays. The club is overseen by Mr. Zachary Potter and Mr. Terry Lorah and meets weekly. We’re pleased to present a selection of students and their winning work and wish them all of the best in mid April when they travel to western PA to present their projects for the state-level competition!