Martha Layne Collins High School (Shelby County Public Schools) was selected as Kentucky’s state winner in the 13th annual Samsung Solve for Tomorrow STEM competition and will receive a prize package of at least $12,000 in school supplies and technology.

The school’s competition project is working on a solution that could help reduce the number of car crashes. Now, state winners will compete at the national level with video production kits from Samsung.

Solve for Tomorrow challenges public middle and high school students across the United States to explore the role science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) play in solving some of the biggest issues in their local communities.

National winners will be announced in May and will receive a $100,000 prize package comprised of Samsung Technology and classroom supplies. For more information, visit the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow webpage.