Photos of 12 students who competed in TSA events.

Penn Manor students qualify for state competition in 15 TSA events

Penn Manor middle and high school students qualified for state competition in 15 different events at a recent Technology Student Association conference, where our students placed first in five events.

In all, 25 Penn Manor students competed in the Pennsylvania TSA Region 2 Conference, held January 27 at Conestoga Valley High School. About 350 TSA members from a wide range of schools in south central Pennsylvania competed in 76 events.

The top finishers in each event – both individuals and teams – qualified to participate in the state TSA conference, scheduled for April 17 through 20 at Seven Springs Resort in Champion, PA.

Here are the Penn Manor students who qualified for state competition:

Penn Manor High School

  • Coding – 1st place, Aman Shaik and Graham Cohick.
  • Future Technology and Engineering Teacher – 1st place, Suren Clark.
  • Extemporaneous Presentation – 1st place, Suren Clark.
  • Digital Video Production – 1st place, Cole Troop and Grant Rost.
  • Debating Technological Issues – 1st place, Grant Rost and Suren Clark.
  • Prepared Presentation –  2nd place, Suren Clark.
  • Technology Bowl – 2nd place, Aman Shaik, Cole Troop and Suren Clark. Cole’s score was the highest of all competitors, and Suren’s was the sixth-highest.
  • Webmaster – 2nd place, Aman Shaik and Graham Cohick.
  • Music Production – 3rd place, Jordan Chen and Cole Johnson.
  • Forensic Science – 4th place, Grant Rost and Graham Cohick; 6th place, Will Steltz and Cole Troop.
  • Technology Problem Solving – 6th place, Gage Myers and Jett Kroesen.

Manor Middle School

  • Mechanical Engineering – 2nd place, Caedmon Charles and Joe Crowl.
  • Technology Bowl – 3rd place, Hunter Vasold, Theo Funke and Joe Crowl. Theo’s score was the second highest of all competitors.
  • Forensic Technology – 3rd place, Theo Funke and Liliana Parrilla.

Marticville Middle School

  • Computer-Aided Design, 2nd place, Shawn Mays.

Congratulations to these students for representing Penn Manor so well in this competition.