More than 1,200 students join in the yearly HCS Technology Fair

Robotic Genius: Horry County Schools Showcase Impressive Tech Savvy of Students in 15th Annual Fair

The Horry County Schools hosted its 15th annual technology fair in Myrtle Beach, showcasing the impressive tech-savvy abilities of over 1,200 students from 53 different schools. The event took place at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center and featured exhibits ranging from robotics and Rubik’s Cubes to drones and esports.

One standout participant was 2nd grader Abraham Shelton, who created a project called Robotic Genius in just three months. His robot, which can move on its own using measurements and Bluetooth programs, highlights the impressive skills developed by students at the fair. Shelton expressed his excitement to continue building upon his knowledge of technology in the future.

Leaders of Horry County Schools expressed pride in the growth of the technology fair over the years and hinted at the possibility of expanding to state-level competitions in the future. The community was impressed by the talent and hard work displayed by the students, making the event a success. Stay tuned to WMBF News for updates on this exciting showcase of student innovation and technology.

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