A quick look on how TSA came to be.
By Brittany Gleason
The Technology Student Association–known widely as TSA–is the only student organization that is for students engaged in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). TSA is constantly expanding and growing, with over 2,000 schools spanning in 49 states. Since TSA began, more and more categories have expanded upon the program; categories ranging from video game design to fashion design give students more opportunities to express themselves in the math and science community in their own personalized way.
The central goal in creating TSA was essentially to create challenging competitions for high school and middle school students.
“TSA was first introduced to Legend by Debbie Tawzer with only a small group of kids, and she has really grown it ever since,” Derek Stasiak said.
Certainly, TSA has not only grown inside of Legend from one small group of kids but has also grown nationally as well.