South Carolina Regional Future City Competition - January 28, 2006


Teams from 21 South Carolina middle schools participated in the South Carolina Regional Future City Competition, January 28th at USC Aiken. Anderson Home School from Anderson, SC, took home first place with their city, “The Electric City.” The students – Julian Davis, Alex Diaz, and Elizabeth Hazelwood – teamed up with their teacher Ann Hazelwood, and volunteer engineer mentor Richard Hazelwood to win the SC Regional Competition for the second straight year. “The Electric City” team received an all-expense paid trip to the National Engineers Week Future City Competition in Washington, D.C. where they won the Best Land Surveying Award sponsored by the National Examiners for Engineering and Surveying.

At the SC Regional Competition, second place went to Paul Knox Middle School, from North Augusta, SC for their Future City “Aquality.” Herlad 5 Home School from Chapin, SC, took third place honors for their Future City, “Primera Opcion.” The SC Regional Future City Competition is sponsored by the RPSEC and Washington Savannah River Company.
Teams from 21 South Carolina middle schools participated in the South Carolina Regional Future City Competition, January 28th at USC Aiken. Anderson Home School from Anderson, SC, took home first place with their city, “The Electric City.” The students – Julian Davis, Alex Diaz, and Elizabeth Hazelwood – teamed up with their teacher Ann Hazelwood, and volunteer engineer mentor Richard Hazelwood to win the SC Regional Competition for the second straight year. “The Electric City” team received an all-expense paid trip to the National Engineers Week Future City Competition in Washington, D.C. where they won the Best Land Surveying Award sponsored by the National Examiners for Engineering and Surveying.

At the SC Regional Competition, second place went to Paul Knox Middle School, from North Augusta, SC for their Future City “Aquality.” Herlad 5 Home School from Chapin, SC, took third place honors for their Future City, “Primera Opcion.” The SC Regional Future City Competition is sponsored by the RPSEC and Washington Savannah River Company.