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Johns Creek Kids Take Top Honors at Tech Fair

First-place students will move on to state fair in March.

Johns Creek students showed their stuff as some of the highest-placing students at Jan. 28's 11th annual Fulton Technology Fair.

The fair encourages students to hone their technical and creative skills.

Nineteen students from Johns Creek schools took first place in everything from digital photography to robotics at the competition, held at Riverwood High School in Sandy Springs.

First-place winners from Johns Creek schools, listed below, will move on to the state competition in Macon on March 10.

  • Maryyann Landlord, , first place in 3D Modeling for 11th-12th grades
  • Raj Srivastava, , first place in Animated Graphic Design for 5th-6th grades
  • Monisha Narayanan, , first place in Animated Graphic Design for 9th-10th grades
  • Anish Narayanan, , first place in Animated Graphic Design for 11th-12th grades
  • Alexis Hodges, , first place in Digital Photography for 11th-12th grades
  • Hayden Mah, , first place in Digital Video Editing for 11th-12th grades
  • Bryan Washington, , first place in Digital Video Editing for 11th-12th grades
  • Siddharth Duddikunta, , first place in Individual Programming Challenge for 9th-10th grades
  • Sudarshan Muralidhar, , first place in Individual Programming Challenge for 11th-12th grades
  • Albert Shaw, , first place in Internet Applications for 10th-11th grades
  • Haritha Pavuluri, , first place in Internet Applications for 10th-11th grades
  • Woo Suk Jang, , first place in Multimedia Applications for 9th grade
  • Sean Jolley, , first place in Non-Animated Graphic Design for 5th-6th grades
  • Boidik Chandra, , first place in Non-Multimedia Applications for 3rd-4th grades
  • Komal Shrivastava, , first place in Project Programming for 7th-8th grades
  • Richard Wang, , first place in Project Programming for 9th-10th grades
  • Daniel Cooper, , first place in Robotics for 3rd-4th grades
  • David Mayo, , first place in Robotics for 11th-12th grades
  • Clayton Ritcher, , first place in Robotics for 11th-12th grades

A complete list of first, second and third place winners can be found here.

Chris Karabinos February 07, 2012 at 03:23 AM
Very impressive results. It's to see winners coming from so many different schools. Chris Karabinos

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