Congratulations to the High School JETS team on an outstanding finish in the State competition. Out of 87 teams in the State, North Olmsted's team finished in 3rd place!The competition included both public and private schools across the State. North Olmsted edged out perennial powerhouses Lake Ridge Academy, Western Reserve Academy and the 8 teams from North Canton Hoover. The team was a mere 8 points from the State championship, behind Madeira High School and Sycamore High School from the Cincinnati area. Congratulations to: Ryan Akusewski, Hunter Baylon, Andrew Fox, Nathan Gajowski, Sean Kronz, Matt Lupu, Sam Olivos, and Andrea Szeltner and their coach and advisor - Mr. Michael Arnold. The students spent many weekend hours preparing for the competition and their work definitely paid off!
The Junior Engineering Technical Society
(JETS) is a national non-profit education
organization dedicated to promoting engineering and helping students discover
their potential for the profession. To generate future engineering talent, JETS
engages students in a variety of educational programs that increase awareness
of what engineers do and show how math and science are used to make tangible
differences in the world.
Foundations for student impact are built upon providing career resources and
experiences not often found in traditional learning environments; opening
students’ minds to their own career possibilities by removing social barriers
and negative attitudes about engineering; and addressing major industry needs
for a qualified, STEM-literate workforce.