Dartmouth High School named finalist in Samsung STEM competition
In its 14th annual Samsung Solve for Tomorrow STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) competition, Samsung has named Dartmouth High School as one of its 300 finalists from across the country. As a finalist, the High School will receive $2,500 worth of school supplies.
Of those 300 finalists, Samsung will announce three winning high schools who will each be awarded $100,000 in April.
The High School will also have a chance to win various other prizes ranging from $12,000 to $50,000. Samsung Solve for Tomorrow is a nationwide competition designed to empower students in grades 6 to12 to leverage the power of STEM to create innovative solutions addressing critical issues in their local communities, such as climate change, pollution, hunger and mental health.