The Academy of Art, Science, and Technology was bustling with the brightest crop of tech-savvy students from all over the state on March 18th and 19th.
The South Carolina chapter of the national Technology Student Association traveled to Myrtle Beach to compete in over 30 different technology challenges. These two days were full of bright students working hard on their chosen craft - anything from digital media, 3-D or 2-D CAD, software development, or cyber security!
Horry County is sending 28 students to compete Nationals this year in 18 different events! Congratulations to AAST! This not only gives the students a great way to represent their school district, but gives them exposure to the rising workforce across the rest of the nation!
The Grand Strand Technology Council is working with TSA to get more schools in Horry and Georgetown County competing through Tech After School programs!