Three FTHS Students Qualify for National TSA Conference
Freehold Township High School had 26 students attend the New Jersey Technology Student Association (TSA) conference on April 13. The group of students competed in 14 different events in a variety of design and technology-based problem-solving activities. Three students qualified for the National TSA Conference in Washington, D.C. this summer.
Freehold Township's winning students included:
Ben Schornstein and Nathan Nestor– 3rd Place in Software Development
Olivia Lieberman – 3rd Place in Prepared Speech
Also, Jessica Kaiser received a recognition award for serving as the NJ-TSA State Vice President for the 2018-2019 school year.
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