Arabia Mountain High School

Dekalb County Schools

AMHS Students Win Congressional App Challenge

Arabia Mountain High School has once again proven its technological prowess by clinching victory in the prestigious Congressional App Challenge. AMHS students Aubrey Allen, Jasmine Stamper, and Ariel Hibbert emerged victorious with their exceptional mobile app, Telepsy, a comprehensive platform designed to assist individuals with epilepsy. With the award they earned the opportunity to travel to Washington, D.C., in April 2024, where they will have the privilege of sharing their creation and insights with the U.S. Congress.

The Congressional App Challenge is a nationwide competition that encourages and recognizes the innovative spirit of students in the field of app development. It provides a platform for high school students to showcase their technical skills, creativity, and problem-solving abilities.

The AMHS family extends heartfelt congratulations to Aubrey Allen, Jasmine Stamper, and Ariel Hibbert for their achievement. Winning the Congressional App Challenge is no small feat, and it is a testament to the hard work and perseverance of our young scholars. The process involved countless hours of brainstorming, coding, testing, and refining their app to ensure its functionality, user-friendliness, and innovative features. This remarkable victory marks the second time that AMHS students have claimed the top honor in the Congressional App Challenge. It showcases the commitment of the school's students to excel in the realm of technology and demonstrates the exceptional guidance and support provided by the faculty.

As we celebrate the outstanding achievements of Aubrey, Jasmine, and Ariel, we recognize the significance of their victory in the Congressional App Challenge. Their success not only reflects their individual talent and hard work but also highlights the dedication and excellence that Arabia Mountain High School cultivates. We eagerly anticipate their trip to Washington, D.C., where they will have the opportunity to present their app to Congress and inspire others with their ingenuity. Let us join together to congratulate and support these remarkable students as they embark on this exciting journey.