Members of the school's Automotive Technology Program have won Samsung's Solve for Tomorrow contest.
The contest challenges public school students in grades 6 through 12 to tap into their STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills to solve a problem in their community. The students learn through hands-on experience how STEM can be applied to real-world issues and making a difference.
They won $120,000 for designing an electric car solar charging station.
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ABC7 News profiled the students last month.
They'll be guests at Wednesday's White House Science Fair and will hopefully show their invention to President Obama.