Tesla students receive national awards

  • Thursday, August 17, 2017 1:59pm
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Twelve students from Lake Washington School District’s Tesla STEM High School received six awards at a national conference in June.

The students received recognition at the 39th Annual Technology Student Association National Conference after placing at the state conference.

The national conference was held in Orlando, Fla., and saw more than 6,000 students from across the country and internationally competing in science, technology, engineering and math events.

Victoria Alkin, Niranjan Sahi, Ryan Koshy and Ibiyemi Abiodun received a first-place award for music production.

Rishi Kavikondala received a second-place award in prepared presentations as well as a third-place award in STEM careers.

Audrey Tseng, Akshita Khanna and Anjali Rajah were awarded fourth-place awards in engineering design, and Pranav Sukumar, Kush Khanolkar and Ibiyemi Abiodun received fourth-place awards for coding.

Alkin, Varun Venkatesh, Emma Drapp and Ibiyemi Abiodun also received sixth-place awards for software development.

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