Little Miami High School Blog

LMHS students participate in Tech Olympics

Posted on: March 31, 2017

Ten Little Miami High School students recently represented their school at the TechOlympics 2017, Cincinnati’s premiere technology competition and expo.

TechOlympics brings together more than 500 high school students from the surrounding areas to compete in challenges and participate in breakout sessions to hear about groundbreaking technology. Challenges included programming to design to networking and fun events like speed texting and the not-to-be-missed gaming throw down.

The event also students to interact with high-level corporate staff from companies such as Kroger, Procter and Gamble, General Electric, Great American Insurance, and many more companies, allowing students to meet some of the companies that may be their future employers.  

Students who participate were members of the Warren County Career Center's satellite IT class, led by teacher Joe Behymer. 

Students who participated were: Zachary Knoblauch, Michael Harvey, Jason Lyke, Graham Gunderman, Joseph York, Michael Procuk, Anthony Blair, Evan Thomas, Jaylen Woon and Lynzie Romero.