Dedicated exclusively to students enrolled in engineering & technology education pathway programs. Georgia Technology Student Association (TSA) chapters prepare students to be successful inventors, designers, creative problem solvers, responsible citizens and leaders in a technological society.
East Forsyth High School hosts a TSA chapter, comprised of every student who chooses to participate in the Engineering pathway. Students involved in TSA will have the opportunity to compete in 4 major conferences throughout each school year, beginning in October with Technology Day at the Georgia National Fair, and continuing all the way to the National TSA Conference held in June.
State Leadership Conference 2023
March 15-18, students from EFHS’s TSA chapter attended the State Leadership Conference and Competition in Athens, GA. We participated in competitive events against 3,000 students from 185 other schools across GA. The chapter performed well and earned accolades in numerous events:
Fall Leadership Conference 2022
In November , students travelled to Jekyll Island, for the annual Fall Leadership Conference. The Fall conference was filled with leadership development sessions, competitive events, team building exercises, and fun activities. EFHS members raced 2 different electrathon cars, each placing in the Top 10 in the state.
Jacob Zarfoss drove car 506 to a 9th place finish in the Lead Acid Battery Class, and DJ Fratt drove the 505 car to an 8th place finish in the Advanced (Lithium) battery class. Both classes are comprised of student built electric vehicles designed to travel the most laps possible in a one hour race.
Technology Day at the GA National Fair: 2022
October 10 2022, TSA students attended Technology Day at the Georgia National Fair in Perry Georgia. Students competed in 9 different events against chapters from across the state, and brought home multiple top 10 finishes. As a result, the East Forsyth TSA Chapter won the overall Superior Chapter Champion. This award is given to the chapter with highest cumulative score from all events of the conference.