Congratulations to FRCS Physics students for their outstanding performance in the 52nd Annual Professional Engineers of Colorado bridge building competition. For the fourth year in a row, the FRCS team took first place beating out teams from around the State, including top-rated public and charter schools! FRCS won with an average of 6,239% efficiency while Denver School of Science and Engineering came in second with an average of 5,214% efficiency.
Andre Stablein was the overall winner with an efficiency of 9193% – nearly double the second place bridge. Drew Lloyd came in 4th with 5,337% efficiency, and Sylvia Aalund came in 7th with 4,187% efficiency. Way to go, Falcons!
Other competitors this year included Lydia Hines (12th overall), Rae Richards (13th overall), Josiah Herrera and Meghan Sloan (23rd and 24th, respectively).
Congratulations to all competitors! We are proud of you for representing our school and the Lord well!