Winning apps were:
• The Cool School search tool for families is designed to enable them to compare nearby schools and divisions which are ranked based on test scores, enrollment rates, and graduation rates. Student developers included: Karina Bekova, Landon Dorrier, Michael Jeschke, and Jamie Martin.
• Digiapps is a tool that is designed to help parents and educators of special needs students identify and rank schools that match students’ needs using t-tests. Student developers included: David Lewis, Sneha Polisetti, and Anthony Sutton.
• NULL is designed to reveal how school schedules impact student learning capabilities by analyzing and comparing school schedules and student performance across the state. Student developers included Morgan Barksdale, Bryan Conner, Sam Harrison, and Adair Moore.
• Database 2: The SQL is a tool for parents, teachers, administrators, and policy makers to help identify students who are most at risk of dropping out of high school. Student developers included Ariel Hallam, Lee Terrell, Daniel Thomas, and Jordan Williams.
• SOL-ution provides teachers with easy access to their students’ SOL test scores and tools to compare current classrooms with previous cohorts. Student developers included Michael Burke, Taylor DeTroye, Matt Muller, and Giulio Santini.
• Victorious Secret allows users to compare SOL scores and Career and Technical Education (CTE) completers by region or school to labor market projections in the area. Student developers included Patrick Davis, Paulo Dorado, and Seth Kuller.