On Wednesday, May 11th, Scotland High School students (George Butler, Tre’ Dixon, Shane Dubbs, Kyle Ferrell, Lawrence Jackson, Daniel Johnson, Tatyana Leach, Laron Quick, Kayla Simmons, and Ariel Yates) presented their projects for the 2016 Project Bauhow Design Competition. The students worked independently to design a Modernist Home using AutoDesk CAD software to be located in one of the parks in Scotland County. The judges for the event were Guy McCook, Scotland County Commissioner, John Ferguson, Laurinburg/Scotland Chamber Chair Elect, Larry Johnson, SCS Assistant Superintendent, and Liz Stubbs, School Counselor. Also in attendance for the presentations were Dr. Ron Hargrave, Superintendent and Mr. Kevin Goins, Instructor and Project Bauhow Coordinator. The submissions were juried by a panel of North Carolina architects and designers on May 17th and Kyle Ferrell, a Scotland High School Junior was selected as the overall winner. Kyle will have the opportunity to attend the NCSU Design Camp in Raleigh during the week of June 12-18. Congratulations to all of these outstanding students for their hard work. To learn more, please visit http://www.ncmodernist.org/bauhow2016.htm.