DT Philly Updates
The school facilitiles report released this week by City Controller Alan Butkovitz called public attention to a serious problem that was also the subject of our Kensington Business High School design teams' work this year: the substandard--and in some cases unsafe--physical conditions present in all...Read More
The ShopRite LPGA Classic kicked off today at the Stockton Seaview Resort. Included in the festivities was a charity luncheon where ShopRite gave $1.4 million in grants to community organizations in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland. Compete 360 was proud to be among the many amazing organizations that received grants, and we are grateful to ShopRite for...Read More
DT Philly teachers, mentors, and staff met at Citizens Bank Park to reflect on our experiences this year and to celebrate our design teams' accomplishments with a night out at the ball game. The feedback will help refine our program for next year, and we thank the Phillies and Aramark for...Read More
If you don't know what it means to "Southwork It," you weren't at last week's DT Philly Challenge where our middle school teams presented great projects including an award-winning fitness program from the student design team at Southwark School. Click here to see the fun video the Southwark...Read More
The middle school division presented their projects at Citizens Bank Park today. Check out this fun prototype from team Elite Exposed Minds of the Francis Scott Key School. Mr. Bin is a talking trash can that encourages kids to dispose of waste properly, and the students performed a creative skit to tell the story of their design project.
Congratulations to all of our high school teams on their impressive presentations yesterday! Every project addressed an important need, and we'd love to see each one move forward. The judges had a difficult job, and the scores were close. Here are the results: First place ($2,500) Motivation High School,...Read More