Barbara Bush MS Students Qualify for National TSA Competition
On April 4-6, Barbara Bush Middle School students competed in their first-ever State Technology Student Association (TSA) competition. Multiple students will be advancing to the National competition in Orlando, Florida this June.

Mr. Charles Taylor, Bush MS chapter advisor and Ms. Ashtyn Brooks, chaperone, led the team in preparation for the competition. Congratulations to the following students who qualified to move on to the national level:

  • Shravya Vadrevu - Career Prep/Community Service Video
  • Anvika Gadamsetty - Challenging Technology Issues/ Community Service Video
  • Raksha Sriram - Challenging Technology Issues/ Community Service Video
  • Devesh, Thidil Puliyappadamba - Biotechnology Design
  • Winston Chen - Community Service Video/ Website Design
  • Eugene Choi - Community Service Video/ Website Design
  • Sofia, Rivera Sierra - Community Service Video/ STEM Animation
  • Grishitha Shannyn - Coding
  • Godwin Ajit Shenika - Coding
  • Keziah Thomas - Coding
  • Joyce Yang - Essays on Technology
  • Cameron Ates - STEM Animation
  • Kenayah Langa - STEM Animation
  • Arjun Sahoo - Website Design
  • Darshan Sambath - Biotechnology Design

“We are so proud of the hard work and dedication of all of our TSA students,” said Lacey Tilley, Principal at Bush. “This was our first time participating in the State TSA Competition and our students performed very well, making a name for themselves across the state. I look forward to the results at Nationals.”

The Technology Student Association (TSA) is a national organization of students engaged in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). TSA’s membership includes more than 300,000 middle and high school students across the United States. TSA high school competitions and middle school competitions are categorized by careers in Architecture and Construction Technology, Communications Technology, Computer Science and Information Technology, Leadership, Manufacturing and Transportation Technology, STEM (General), STEM and the Arts, and Technology and Research. Members learn through exciting competitive events, leadership opportunities, and much more.