Lima Senior High School Career Tech students again shined at MakerFest, with the school taking second place in the STEM Maker Cup contest.
MakerFest, in its second year, was a three-day career expo celebrating advanced manufacturing, engineering, design and the skilled trades. More than 200 Lima Senior students participated, either by competing or attending the expo.
This year’s event included STEM, skilled trades and graphic design competitions.
Lima Senior fell behind only Apollo Career Center in the STEM contest. Here are the school’s top winners:
Business Simulation: Jonathan Dunn, first place
Network Assembly Challenge: Jayden Baker, Austin Long and Noah Stephens, third place
Paper Airplane Showdown: Caleb Tyson, Odessti’ Bratton and Cameryn Moseley, third place
Tinker Toy Showdown: D’niyae Morris, Steven Staup and Keaton Upshaw, second place
Lima Senior finished fifth in the skilled trades competition, with Caleb Grundisch taking third place in the Pipe Welding contest.
Several LSH students also did well in the Graphic Design Competitions. All students in the interactive multimedia program competed.
Alyssa Bucher finished second in graphic design and Lima Senior swept the photo manipulation competition. Amy Morlock took home first and second place and Christian Fair finished third.