This past year students from Harmony Science Academy-El Paso spent endless hours building a noteworthy car they could use to compete at the Solar Car Challenge held in Dallas. Under the mentorship of their physics teacher, Mr. Ali Dal, and the leadership of their team captain, Johnny Brown, the kids completed the task and competed at a closed track race at Texas Motor Speedway. Despite their first-time experience, Harmony El Paso team was awarded 12th place, and Captain Johnny Brown was awarded The Marks Award for displaying true spirit of solar car racing. Since then the community has been able to enjoy the car taking it out for a ride, and learning more about solar technology. More excitingly, this past October high school students from both Harmony El Paso campuses traveled to Odessa and Lubbock where they delivered presentations on renewable resources to younger students at Harmony schools in the area. “Thank you all, you showed us Harmony students creating the Harmony legacy,” voiced Renae Ryburn, Assistant Principal at HSA Odessa. These lectures are a great opportunity for our young kids to expand their knowledge on solar cars. Mr. Dan Boyd, Assistant Principal declared “they project motivation to our students.” The younger kids were given the opportunity to see the car up close, and learn how solar cars can be beneficial to the environment. “The kids had so many questions, they were in awe,” said Rosario Perez, Assistant Principal of Academics HSA- Lubbock . The second hand of the trip was visiting Texas Tech University where Professor Dr. Tim Dallas was generous enough to spend time with Harmony students, and provide them with feedback on last year’s car, and answer any questions regarding this year’s new design. Dr. Tim Dallas is currently a professor in the Electrical Engineering Department at Texas Tech University. The teams are gearing up to compete at next year’s Solar Car Challenge, where they will have to drive the cars from Dallas, TX to Minneapolis, MN.