Harmony School of Excellence-El Paso 6th grade all girls team won first place in the Western Regional Technology Student Association Solar Sprint car competition, and will be traveling to complete at the national level this June, in Orlando Florida. Houston area Harmony campuses also participated in the Houston regional event and qualified three teams to join the national competition in Orlando. While the DFW area is gearing up to host their own competition late April. Junior Solar Sprint is an Army Educational Outreach Program that provides 5-8 grade students the opportunity to learn the necessary skills to construct and race a solar-powered car. AEOP helps Harmony promote STEM through sponsored educational programs, competitions, and internships.
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- Continuous eCYBERMISSION Success for Harmony Students
- Harmony Students Accepted to Participate in National Biomedical Summer Program
- Harmony Educator to Participate in Nanotechnology Research Experience
- Biomedical Students Receive White Coat at Annual Ceremony