Two groups of South Fayette High School students recently won a national competition for their innovative work on a pair of separate projects.

Out of 69 applicants for the Digital Promise filmMaker Challenge, supported by Chevron, the South Fayette groups swept both high school slots, while the other two spots were for middle school contestants.

“It’s been an awesome journey,” Jim Hausman, adviser of the South Fayette High School STEM team, said. “I’m very grateful to have participated in it with these fine young people. I’ve been surprised by the commitment.

“Sometimes students overextend themselves and… Read the full story here: