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Thirteen MNHS Students Qualify for National TSA Conference

Manalapan High School had 18 students attend the New Jersey Technology Student Association (TSA) state conference on April 13 at The College of New Jersey. The group competed in 10 different technology-based design and problem-solving competitions. Overall, 13 students qualified for the National TSA Conference in Washington, D.C. this summer.  

Manalapan High School had a group of students compete in Test of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science (TEAMS) portion of the competition in which a group of students apply knowledge in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) to solve global issues. Manalapan TEAMS students additionally qualified for the national competition. 

Ashni Kapadia, a current junior, was elected as the New Jersey State TSA Parliamentarian for the upcoming school year. 

Manalapan’s National TSA Qualifiers include:

Kaden Levitt: 3rd place in Transportation Modeling
Emma Mascillaro and Kara Pietrowicz: 2nd place in Structural Design and Engineering
Alexa Holbrook and Vaneeza Shah: 1st place in Forensic Science
Kaushik Prakash, Anshul Mittal, Ashni Kapadia, Grace Loftus, Mateusz Wolak, Aniket Khanna, Justin Nguyen, and Jiebin Liang: TEAMS