Feb 2021 School Club Roundup final results are listed below. Click on a call sign to see the entry details.

Category: School Club - Middle/Intermed/JR High - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW-Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
W4LMSRambler Radio ClubGA51,156104414238411
K8LPSColumbiana Clippers Amateur Radio And Electronics ClubOH41,7503233036416213
W9GRSGlenn Raymond School Science ClubIL15,330436743633411
KE0ZNVhome schoolCO9,38450136312036
K4WBMWilliam Byrd Middle SchoolVA3,55261152113834
Category: School Club - Senior High - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW-Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
KF5CRFTiger Radio ClubOK85,6801068036610712
K4WTLW.Travis Loften H.S. ARCFL45,6872503713861617
KY4DHDixie Heights High SchoolKY28,68830326362177
KI5GAVBastrop High School NJROTC Amateur Radio ClubTX13,94043164332708
W2CXNBrooklyn Tech HS Amateur Radio & Wireless Technology ClubNY3366140110100
KI7URLNewcastle High SchoolWY27376142003
W1HLONorwich Free Academy Amateur Radio and Engineering ClubCT18983351003
Category: School Club - College/University - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW-Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
W9YBPurdue University Amateur Radio ClubIN68,9221154549610311
K7UAZUniversity of Arizona Amateur Radio ClubAZ58,9102263784744116
W5ACTexas A&M UniversityTX5,88030105231135
KN4WZXAugusta UniversityGA4,6414777291104
AA4UTUniversity of Tennessee ARCTN4,3325664212216
VA3UOTUniversity of Toronto Amateur Radio SocietyON3,132613101601014
K9IUK9IU Amateur Radio Club at Indiana UniversityIN1,8457045201004
W8EDUCase Amateur Radio Club of Case Western Reserve UniversityOH9028237110102
W0EEEMissouri University of Science and Technology Amateur Radio ClubMO4189019120002
KK6UCAmateur Radio Club at UCSDCA1981001180002
Category: Individual - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW-Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
Category: Individual - DX
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW-Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
Category: Checklog
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N4SMS   SC   School Club - Middle/Intermed/JR High
No high power HF amplifier, no beam antennas at 60 feet. As far as equipment, just a 100 watt ICOM 7300 and an out of production 80m Carolina Windom wire antenna strung between pine trees.

A group of young women and one young man took on the ARRL School Club Roundup. One of them has a General FCC license. All are part of the Schofield Middle School Radio Club, N4SMS in Aiken, SC.

Normally during this semiannual event, experience Elmers from the clubs sponsor, North Augusta-Belvedere Radio club are on hand to provide their expertise and oversight. Not this time due to COVID-19 restrictions.

The group made almost contacts, talked to hams in 47 states. This was done in 5 afternoons. Remarkable, since we hear from many hams that “the HF bands are dead”. Not so to this team They worked their tails off to make each and every contact!

HAM radio is not dead. With the enthusiasm and effort seen with these students, HAM radio can grow and flourish.
VA3UOT   ON   School Club - College/University
We are pleased to have heard and worked many school stations this spring. Most of the stations on 20m closer to us were not heard, so we could not work them. Very happy to hear a diverse set of modes such as CW, PSK31 as well as OLIVIA!


VA3UOT at the University of Toronto
W4LMS   GA   School Club - Middle/Intermed/JR High
For Spring 2021 SCR, W4LMS operated from our Football Field's concession stand: it was a heated location on campus that allowed our community volunteers access to assist us. And just like the Fall SCR, we operated on "100 watts and a Wire" with battery power and this Spring, with an Off Center Fed Dipole at 15 feet. And once again, RRC operated with an all-female crew on the radio. Our school and community support continues to amaze us. For all of those who didn't have the opportunity to operate this Spring, you were missed and we pray for better conditions for all for the Fall. We hope to see you on the air! 73 from W4LMS
W5AC   TX   School Club - College/University
Howdy from Aggieland! W5AC was thankful to work School Club Roundup this year, although conditions weren't too great and we couldn't get our radio on our Oceanography and Meteorology building to work. Thanks for putting this on, we hope to catch everyone down the log! 73 and gig 'em
W8EDU   OH   School Club - College/University
Quiet contest on our end due to pandemic limitations and reduced campus capacity, but we were still able to get some new hams to the station, including two first year students. One student is a biology student, the other electrical engineering. The faculty advisor is just glad that in the days of the virus, we could participate at all. The one typing this is a fourth year engineering physics major; I'll be graduating this May, but I'd like to note that it's because of contesting that I got into ham radio my freshman year, and it's because of ham radio that I got really interested in electrical engineering/physics. So this will likely be my last SCR as an undergrad, and what a great experience it's been.