Congrats to our 2016 winners! See below for more info on the apps and students who built them.
North Division High School Academy of IT, Milwaukee, WI
This app supports children with health issues and those with low self-esteem by providing words of encouragement when they choose emojis that relate to their current state of mind.
Phillip O. Berry Academy of Technology, Charlotte, NC
IMhere is an SMS-based location tracking and emergency response app that aims to prevent children from getting lost.
Orosi High School Academy of Engineering and Green Technology, Orosi, CA
This app provides resources to high school students in the Orosi High School community to aid in the challenges they face on a daily basis such as bullying, stress, peer pressure, and gangs.
Edward C. Merlo Institute of Environmental Technology, Stockton, CA
This app provides text and voice translation from English to Spanish and Spanish to English.
STEPS TO SUCCESS
Dr. Benjamin Carson High School of Science and Medicine, Detroit, MI
Steps to Success features games and activities that support the development of literacy skills using a combination of auditory, visual, and motivational features to engage children.
STUDENT TRACKER 9000
Crooms Academy of Information Technology, Sanford, FL
This app helps teachers and students stay in contact while on field trips.