Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Greenville Engineering Students Present to Rotary Club

Sam Jones and Parker Cameron of the Greenville High School Engineering College Tech Prep department presented a program to the Rotary Club on an alternative source for hydroelectric power. Their “Vortex” turbo system would be much more environmental friendly for fish life and uses a much smaller space. A single or a series of Vortex systems could be used along rivers or creeks and could sooner pay for themselves than large hydroelectric dams. Their teacher, Chris Sykes, explained students earn credits from whichever college they attend, while still in high school. Mr. Sykes said Greenville High School can now teach students any kind of engineering.

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