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TSA State Competition


This article is about the Technology Student Association (TSA) at Valor High School. It discusses what TSA is, the TSA competition, and the benefits of joining TSA.

In the video, a club advisor says that TSA is a large national and international organization that invites middle and high school students to compete in over 40 different events. These events range from STEM-oriented fields like coding and robotics to creative fields like fashion design, graphic design, music production, and photography. Students work on projects throughout the year that align with their interests.

The TSA competition is held once a year in February. Students typically begin preparing for the competition in advance. This preparation can involve sewing outfits, building robots, or creating board games. There are also on-site events that require no preparation, such as a robotics competition where students design and build a robot within a four-hour time frame.

The article mentions several benefits of joining TSA. Students learn how to work in teams, document their work, and present themselves well. They also gain experience in interviewing and explaining their creative process

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Cecilia Liu
Cecilia Liu is a freshman from China. She joined the media class in order to meet more people. In her free time, she likes to watch movies and play volleyball. She is hard-working, friendly, and helpful. And She is always there to help others. At last, she believes that she will have a good time being the media class.
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