Six schools in Kentucky have been named finalists in the 14th annual Samsung Solve for Tomorrow STEM competition.
Samsung Solve for Tomorrow is a nationwide competition designed to empower students in grades 6–12 to leverage the power of STEM to create innovative solutions addressing critical issues in their local communities.
The six Kentucky finalists are:
- Ashland Middle School in Ashland
- Paul Blazer High School in Ashland
- Buckhorn High School in Combs
- Dawson Springs Jr./Sr. High School in Dawson Springs
- Elkhorn Crossing School in Georgetown
- James D. Adams Middle School in Prestonsburg
Each state finalist receives a package of $2,500 in technology and classroom school supplies.
The overall state winner will be announced in late January, and that school will move on to the national competition. National winners will be announced in April, with the prize being a $100,000 prize package.