Harmony Magnet Academy students won the 2019 Energize Schools Energy Conservation Competition, beating 25 schools in the state by reducing energy use on the site by 24.9%. The group of environmental sustainability students earned a first prize of $900 while finishing second in the campaign category, creating awareness of energy conservation.
High schools that are in PG&E, SCE, and SoCal Gas territories are eligible to participate and compete every fall. For more information on the competition, go to https://www.energizeschools.org/energy-competition.html.
Pictured (sitting, left to right): Taylor Simonich, Ream Abdulla, Miguel Cardenas (standing, left to right): Jana Bridi, Lena Bennett, Sameera Hussain, Michael Orozco, Jose Alcantar