Top Five Mobile Apps Announced In Lenovo National Competition

Top Five Mobile Apps
Lenovo and its nonprofit partner focused on high school education, NAF, today announced the top five winners from NAF academies participating in the third annual Lenovo Scholar Network National Mobile App Development Competition.

The competition and app development program encourages greater interest among underserved high school students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) while providing them with the high-tech skills to succeed in the 21st century. In this competition, teams of students from 50 Lenovo Scholar Network academies across the U.S. spent months developing mobile apps that will be of service in their classrooms and communities. The results every year are incredible.

This year’s final five winning apps are:

App Name NAF Academy Location App description
Alacrity Phillip O. Berry Academy of Technology Charlotte, NC An elegant natural disaster preparation app designed to prepare anyone when disaster is about to strike.
CPRonDemand Enloe High School Raleigh, NC CPRonDemand is a user-friendly app that guides you through CPR in the event of cardiac arrest.
Iris Pathways Academy of Technology & Design East Hartford, CT This app connects college communities for student success.
Welcome to IB! Detroit Edison Public School Academy Detroit, MI Taking the stress out of IB, one project at a time.
Where’s Our Bus App? Olympic HS, School of Executive Leadership & Entrepreneurial Development Charlotte, NC Missed the bus again? Just by a few seconds this time? If only there was a way to not make that mistake anymore!