Centenary Heights State High School is the champion of the 2019 Darling Downs Science and Engineering Challenge at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) in Toowoomba.
Over 1000 students from thirty schools from the region competed in a series of hands-on activities involving principles of science, engineering and technology.
Over the course of four days, eight schools each day will compete against each other. At the end of the four days, the team with the most points will receive a trophy and go on to compete at the State Final 'Super Challenge'.
Centenary Heights State High School with 32 students from the Years 9 and 10 Maths/Science Extension Program participating were the winners of the Day 4 competition, ahead of St Peter Claver College, St Ursula's College, Clifton State High School, Oakey State High School, Toowoomba Christian College, Downlands College, and Laidley State High School.
The school claimed the highest score of the week, earning the Darling Downs trophy and a place at the State Final.
To learn more, visit www.usq.edu.au/study/faculty-events/2019/05/regional-science-and-engineering-challenge.