Technology Student Association

Welcome to Wilson's Technology Student Association(TSA) chapter website. TSA is a national organization aimed at students interested in technology. TSA gives students the oppurtunity to pursue academic challenges among their friends with similar goals and interests. Students in the TSA program will learn leaderships skills that will follow them to their professional lives.

The official TSA motto is "Learning To Live In A Technical World". TSA allows students to explore the rewarding aspects that technology offers. Student's in our program study engineering, computer aided design, architecture, graphic design, web design, and video production. All of these skills can be used later in life at the professional level. TSA is a building block for enriching the minds of young people, so that they may become more aware of their full potential.

2013 TSA National Competition

Structural Engineering

4th Place 
Matt Pietrobono, Nick Mahon

Fashion Design

7th Place 
Jennie Jeannot, Joe Lambert, Matt Pietrobono, Maria Tomoiaga

On-Demand Video

9th Place 
Amanda Mahon, Jennie Jeannot, Nick Mahon, Andrew Hughmanick, Ethan Hanlon, Matt Pietrobono

CNC Production

10th Place 
Landon Bogumil, Nate Yancey

2013 TSA State Competition

Fashion Design

1st Place 
Jennie Jeannot, Joe Lambert, Matt Pietrobono, Maria Tomoiaga

PA - Bio Medical Essay Contest

1st Place 
Nick Reed

PA - Electronic Research & Experimentation

1st Place 
Matt Pietrobono, Nick Stratton

PA - Safety Illustration - Computer

1st Place 
Shannon Weaver

PA - Logo Design

2nd Place 
Ethan Harlan

PA - Robotics – Perfect Score

2nd Place 
Landon Bogumil, Cassie Christman

PA - Robotics – Perfect Score

3rd Place 
Robbie Rappleye, Nate Yancey

Extemporaneous Speech

3rd Place 
Nick Reed

On Demand Video

3rd Place 
Ethan Hanlon, Andrew Hughmanick, Jennie Jeannot, Joe Lambert, Nick Mahon, Amanda Mahon

Biotechnology Design

4th Place 
Cassie Christman, Kate Gantner

PA - Logo Design

4th Place 
Andrew Hughmanick

Webmaster

5th Place 
Andrew Hughmanick, Amanda Mahon, Robbie Rappleye,Trey Yetter

CNC Production

7th Place 
Matt Folk, Nate Yancey

Manufacturing Prototype

7th Place 
Anthony Borelli, Ben Lessig, Nick Royko

Architectural Renovation

8th Place 
Ben Lessig, Nick Royko, Nick Stratton

2013 TSA Regional Competition

Architecture Renovation

1st Place
Nick Stratton, Nick Royko, Ben Lessig

3rd Place
Kate Gantner, Cassie Christman, Leah Henrich

Biotechnology Design

2nd Place
Kate Gantner, Cassie Christman

CAD 3D Engineering

9th Place
Landon Bogumil

Extemporaneous Speech

3rd Place
Nick Reed

Fashion Design

1st Place
Jennie Jeannot, Joe Lambert, Maria Tomoiaga, Matt Pietrobono

2nd Place
Shannon Weaver, Natalie Auman, Courtney Reedy

Flight Endurance

5th Place
Greg Leto

Manufacturing Prototype

3rd Place
Anthony Borelli

Photographic Technology

1st Place
Shannon Weaver

Promotional Graphics

1st Place
Ethan Hanlon

2nd Place
Shannon Weaver

6th Place
Amber Gaul

7th Place
Andrew Hughmanick

Structural Engineering

1st Place
Kate Gantner, Cassie Christman

2nd Place
Matt Pietrobono, Nick Mahon

Technical Sketching and Application

5th Place
Gabe Grajewski

10th Place
Ben Lessig

Technology Problem Solving

6th Place
Matt Pietrobono, Nick Mahon

Video Game Design

8th Place
Ethan Hanlon, Trey Yetter, Nick Stratton, Justice Lee

Webmaster

1st Place
Trey Yetter, Amanda Mahon, Robbie Rappley, Andrew Hughmanick

PA Bio Medical Essay Contest

1st Place
Nick Reed

PA Robotics

1st Place
Nate Yancey, Robbie Rappley

PA Safety Illustration

1st Place
Jeorgianna Pulford

5th Place
Amanda Mahon

7th Place
Amber Gaul

Technology Bowl-Written

9th Place
Evan DiBiase

13th Place
Nick Royko

R5/9 Engineering Math

1st Place
Matt Folk

4th Place
Chris Bryla

6th Place
Doug Kunkle

R5/9 Exb.Problem Solving

1st Place
Landon Bogumil, Jason Catanach, Tyler Nunes, Natalie Auman, Trey Yetter

3rd Place
Nick Stratton, Joe Lambert, Leah Henrich


Academic Performance Requirement: Students must maintain a "B" average in all Technology Education courses throughout the year. In addition, students who receive a failing grade in any one of the four marking periods are ineligible for TSA competitions. Students who have a failing grade on the day of a competition immediately become ineligible for the competition. Students who fall into the category of academic ineligibility may not attend State or National level competitions. Students who fall into any of the above categories during the course of the school year will not be refunded monies paid as dues to the club or for competitions.

Personal Conduct Requirement: All Wilson Technology Student Association members are required to follow the Wilson Code of Conduct at all times. Any student who breaks this agreement or acts in a way that is unbecoming of the club and/or Wilson School District is suspect to immediate removal from TSA. According to the Code of Conduct, breaches of the Code will result in student discipline.

TSA Pictures

Join our TSA
Learn. Grow. Win.

Our TSA chapter takes part in Regional, State, and hopefully National competitions. If you are looking for an exciting and unique way to challenge your mind and your ability then stop by one of our club meetings.

If you have skills in Engineering, Graphic Design, Computer Programming, Video Production, Audio Production, Web Design, or Game Design then we definitely are a club you will enjoy.

If you are interested in joining TSA, contact one of the club Officers or talk to Mr. Dennes, or Mr. Madeira.

competitions

 Imagine an activity so captivating that your students spend hours working on it after school for weeks at a time. That’s what happens when TSA members engage in TSA’s competitions. Only TSA members have the opportunity to compete at exciting state conferences and then at the annual National Conference. Expert judging by technology educators and industry representatives inspires the best from participants. Members are rewarded not only with medals or trophies, but also with memories of the camaraderie and the challenge of a TSA Conference.