MTN News-For the second year in a row Capital High School wins best in state for the Verizon wireless App Challenge.
5 Capital High coders created a mobile app called “Mesh” to help students collaborate on their studies online about assignments and projects. Each student on the team won a tablet and $5,000 going towards Capital High Stem projects.
This team was chosen out of 1,200 other submissions nationwide.
“It definitely feels really good to win. Like I said it feels really good to know that the money is going towards Capital to better our technical programs.” said Capital High Mesh Team Member Connor Morrison.
You can help the team win an additional $15,000 by voting for them for the Fan Favorite Award.
Text MESH2 @ 22333 to vote for the team or visit the link here: http://appchallenge.tsaweb.org/vote/5332