David Perez, Hans Rueckschnat, Jesus Capo, Chris Perez, and Alexander Cordero of Christopher Columbus High School placed first in the Cybertechnology and Security category during the Conrad Innovation Challenge April 29 at the Kennedy Space Center in Titusville. The students, also named Team Tier, competed against high school teams from around the world, including China, Australia and India.
David Perez, Hans Rueckschnat, Jesus Capo, Chris Perez, and Alexander Cordero of Christopher Columbus High School placed first in the Cybertechnology and Security category during the Conrad Innovation Challenge April 29 at the Kennedy Space Center in Titusville. The students, also named Team Tier, competed against high school teams from around the world, including China, Australia and India. Photo provided to the Miami Herald
David Perez, Hans Rueckschnat, Jesus Capo, Chris Perez, and Alexander Cordero of Christopher Columbus High School placed first in the Cybertechnology and Security category during the Conrad Innovation Challenge April 29 at the Kennedy Space Center in Titusville. The students, also named Team Tier, competed against high school teams from around the world, including China, Australia and India. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Columbus High’s ‘Team Tier’ wins first place in Conrad Innovation Challenge

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