The Indian Hill School District celebrates the Indian Hill High School (IHHS) Cyber Club for earning second place in the TechOlympics
Showcase Competition out of more than 50 schools represented. This was a debut appearance in this student-led competition by the 15 students who participate in the IHHS Cyber Club.
“For our competing project we decided to create IHTN+ (Indian Hill Television Network) as a media streaming outlet for Indian Hill High School, which could replace the student-TV network’s reliance on YouTube to share programming,” said Reesë Tuttle, Indian Hill Cyber Club president and founder. “By presenting this we got second place in the showcase competition, won $300, and some students also won an iPad!”
“We are incredibly proud of the student innovation that has developed within the IHHS Cyber Club, and we are thrilled our students were recognized during TechOlympics,” said Indian Hill High School Principal Jeff Damadeo. “We can’t wait to see what the future holds for these amazing scholars and leaders!”
According to their website, TechOlympics 2023 was held during February at Cincinnati’s Great American Ballpark. The two-day event is part competition and part professional networking for students, with access to assistance creating a professional resume, job interview skills, and access to potential employers for internships.Photo caption: Indian Hill High School Cyber Club earned second place in the TechOlympics Showcase Competition held February 2023 at Cincinnati’s Great American Ballpark.