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SA students gear up for national STEM challenge

Hosted by the University of South Australia and supported by Defence SA, the Re-Engineering Australia (REA) programs saw over 100 South Australian students develop a wide range of STEM skills to design and build miniature submarines and F1 race cars.

Three South Australian schools participated in Subs in Schools, with The Heights School winning first place in the remotely operated underwater vehicles (ROV) class, and Brighton Secondary School taking out spatial design and submarine categories. Brighton Secondary School will go on to compete in the national finals in Melbourne, from 4-8 April 2022, while The Heights School and St Peter’s College will participate as wildcards.

Meanwhile, a further seven schools competed in the F1 in Schools, with Christies Beach High School winning first place in the cadet and pro senior class, while Modbury High School took out the development class and Charles Campbell College winning the pro junior class. Charles Campbell College, Christies Beach High School and Modbury High School will battle it out in the national finals in Melbourne, from 4-8 April 2022, while St John’s Grammar School and Charles Campbell College will participate as wildcards.

View the full Subs in Schools state final results here.

View the full F1 in Schools state final results here.

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