February 2014 School Club Roundup final results are listed below. Click on a call to see the entry details.

Category: Elementary/Primary School - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
KD8NOM DEARS / Dresden Elementary Amateur Radio StationOH61,7731163174461822
W3NCS North Clarion County Elementary School ARCPA53,0102028544614622
KB3BRT Cowanesque Valley School ARC, Westfield Area Elm SchPA15,6803011231410517
KB4SA Pinewood Christian AcademyFL9,32840882806114
N7H Liliam Lujan Hickey ElementaryNV350501470113
Category: Middle/Intermed/JR High School - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
K5LMS Lampasas Middle School Youth ARCTX220,45810609506141652
KF5CRF Viking Radio Club/Eisenhower Middle SchoolOK197,68220701487101139
K7BZN Chief Joseph Middle SchoolMT110,4483053147726922
K4WBM William Byrd Middle School Amateur Radio ClubVA36,654468110342231014
KC5KBO League City IntermediateTX31,9925018642413421
K4DMS K4DMS - DuBose Middle School Radio ClubSC13,225701152932315
N4SMS Schofield Middle SchoolSC11,466801173012013
KC2ILA Central Square Middle SchoolNY4,14490371805217
N0GFK South Middle School Ham ClubND52810016130004
Category: Senior High School - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
K1BBS Burr and Burton Amateur Radio ClubVT237,08410859448451231
K5LBJ LBJ High School Amateur Radio ClubTX191,844239579466361236
K9SOU Bloomington High School South Amateur Radio ClubIN132,7193062947715626
N5CHS Catholic High School Amateur Radio ClubAR65,246493054332728
N4HVH HVHS HAM RADO CLUBVA46,65659990303261415
WB4CHS JPII FAlcons Amateur Radio ClubAL32,204641584129626
ND8GA Gilmour Academy ARCOH28,3367017638217718
KK4WXX Spotsylvania High School Amateur Radio ClubVA12,816828524222816
AC0HS Ankeny Centennial High School ARCIA4,75290481930115
W2CXN Brooklyn Technical HS Amateur Radio and Wireless Technology ClubNY4,23510055190359
KC2AIF Pioneer High School ARCNY4,03211056251395
W4FOS Chesapeake Center for Science and TechnologyVA3,30012044201078
KD0QLW St Charles High Radio ClubMO3,237132351900212
N4FCH Floyd County High School ARCVA2,25714037170527
NT1CS New Testament Knights ARCMA6121501290066
Category: College/University - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
W9NAA Rose Tech Radio ClubIN132,4351113319434261030
KB3CVD University of Maryland Baltimore CountyMD108,52824538645517829
W8SH Michigan State University ARCMI53,289302793736527
N7ERU Embry-Riddle Aeronautical UnversityAZ45,95445622135517813
W9JWC Bradley University Amateur Radio ClubIL37,674502074630425
K5LSU Amateur Radio Society at La. State UniversityLA35,9046399836011629
W9YT Badger Amateur Radio Society/University of Wisconsin-MadisonWI25,62872145283231418
W0EEE Missouri S&T ARCMO14,883801233542016
W6BHZ Cal Poly Amateur Radio ClubCA12,810901053335315
WD4EOG Clemson University Amateur Radio ClubSC11,1021023452415118
W6BB University of California, BerkeleyCA10,472110119303368
W5AC Texas A&M University Amateur Radio ClubTX9,306121973321410
W7YH Washington State University Amateur Radio ClubWA4,47313071302106
W5YM Amateur Radio Club of the U. of ArkansasAR2,394140211200120
K4KDJ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityVA1,21915023125416
W7OSU Oregon State University ARCOR1,15916019101319
W8GVU Grand Valley State University ARCMI1,14717031170004
W5UNT Texas Academy of Mathematics and Science ARCTX125180550004
Category: College/University - DX
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
ON4HTI STARCom/VivesDX46,041157195396291011
Category: Club/Multi-Op - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
W5KS Lawton Fort Sill ARCOK16,445101433322414
AD9L Iroquois County Amateur Radio ClubIL11,988222302609623
WM3PEN Holmesburg Amateur Radio ClubPA27330740007
WE8DX Central Ohio Contest AssociationOH9640440004
Category: Individual - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
N4NY SC23,240107031141852
AD8B OK5,08421291900029
WB4ORN BILL EUBANKSFL3,84230342104914
W9KVR IL2,25646121401215
KJ4YKG VA2,24750211400417
N2RQ NY1,5646023120539
AJ0CM MN1,47270161200016
N7UJJ AZ1,0508015703012
N2PPL NY6829011700011
N0KOE NC384100880008
KD4QMY GA96110440004
Category: Individual - DX
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
SA5CFD DX610110001

Comments (more comments may be available on the ARRL Soapbox):

AC0HS   IA   Senior High School
Our temporary dipole antenna helped us improve our score from our first effort in the fall. We'll have an antenna on the roof if it ever stops snowing!
AD8B   OK   Individual
Rough February weather was most unkind to many school stations.
AD9L   IL   Club/Multi-Op
We decided to take up the torch and operate in place of the local school station (W9GRS) who was QRT due to weather related rescheduling of other school events. It was a great opportunity for our club members to operate and experience how other school stations operate during SCR. It also helped our club members come together and see how they can better help our local school station in the future.
K4WBM   VA   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
The school closed at noon on Wednesday because of an incoming snow storm. That ended School Club Roundup for K4WBM for the rest of the week. We are pleased that we put 74 kids on the air in that short period and most made a contact. We hope to be more competitive next October
K5LBJ   TX   Senior High School
In just a few months, K5LBJ will celebrate its 10th anniversary. Throughout that time, School Club Roundup has always been the students' favorite activity. This year, club members were excited to top their all-time total points with 191,844. And, they did so without ever turning the amp on, so just 100 watts out. Fantastic to have so many new schools joining in the fun. We hope you are beginning a long, successful school program.
-73- Ronny, KC5EES (Trustee of K5LBJ)
KC5KBO   TX   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Additional Operators: Brayden KG5AGJ, Chloe KG5AGN, Matt KG5AGL, William, Amilia KG5AGI, Jacob Kauffman, Daryl, Jordan, Philip KF5ULN, Ally, Oren, Ansleigh, Jacob Kelly
KD8NOM   OH   Elementary/Primary School
What a great contest! Our elementary kids operated like seasoned ops! Our best year and score ever!! '73
KF5CRF   OK   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
KJ4YKG   VA   Individual
I enjoy working the SCR each year. I Elmer at Chesapeake Center for Science and Technology but this is the first year I submitted an individual log. I had a great time.
KK4WXX   VA   Senior High School
We had fun, this was our first SCR and the inaugural event for our amateur radio club! 73 DE KK4WXX
N0GFK   ND   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
N0KOE   NC   Individual
All the young folks were great operators. If only more of us old timers were as courteous and professional. Those qualities are sadly missing in the general ham community. I am 74 yo and returning to this wonderful hobby after a 15 year hiatus and it was a real pleasure to make contact with these young folks.
N2PPL   NY   Individual
Granted I was only able to participate for a short time, but I was surprised to find the schools mainly only operating on 20m while 10m & 15m were still wide open. I had also hoped to work a couple of DX schools in addition to those stateside. Still, it's great to see the enthusiasm in the students that ranged from elementary school age through college. Being the prize in a pileup can be very hectic but the ops did a great job. Hope to catch you all again next roundup!
N4FCH   VA   Senior High School
This was a very good learning experience for our new budding want to be hams here in Floyd. It also brought out where we need to concentrate our training and skills.
All in all with 7 kids and 6 Elmer's and 2 and a half days of school I'm please with the way the kids worked. And how they wanted to learn. We are going to need a second station next year though, but that's going to be difficult for us.
Thanks for a wonderful learning opportunity for our Children and also for the fun the Elmer's have seeing the light bulb go on when something finally clicks!
N4NY   SC   Individual
N4SMS   SC   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Only able to operate 2.75 hrs after school on Mon. Historic ice storm hit on Tuesday, devastating the local power grid and cancelling school for the remainder of the week.
N5CHS   AR   Senior High School
This is a great activity for our students to get hands on experience. They look forward to it all year. It's a good way to attract new people into ham radio. Keep up the good work. 73 N5CHS
N7H   NV   Elementary/Primary School
Our Station was a hit during our school's Math Science night. We had a
number of first time operators including Mrs. Liliam Lujan Hickey whom
the school was named after.
N7UJJ   AZ   Individual
After many years of participating in the SCR from Carl Hayden High School (KC7KFF), I finally got on the air as an individual from my RV while camping along the Colorodo River. Great fun.
ND8GA   OH   Senior High School
We always enjoy this competition, so specially geared to young people. One of our juniors in the club is a boarding student from China who operated third-party for us and made 23 contacts! (We will upload a picture.) Many thanks to sponsors, students, schools and all hams who support this effort. Ken, KG8DN for ND8GA.
ON4HTI   DX   College/University
We had great fun, and worked a record number of states, provinces and schools this time, thanks to good propagation on 10m.
W0EEE   MO   College/University
Lots of exams and homework this week, so not too much activity from W0EEE, but it was a good SCR overall. Good to hear 16 schools and lots of other college clubs on the air. Mainly worked on 20m SSB with our new, but slightly handicapped Tennadyne T-8. Winter winds and weather broke a few of the elements, but as a log-periodic it still tunes up fine!

Now, back to homework.
73, N0SSC
W2CXN   NY   Senior High School
It was great to get back on with a "real" antenna.
W4FOS   VA   Senior High School
Our air time was limited this year and we only had one student operator. The student is very interested in amateur radio and he will be taking his exam in the near future. We had a great time considering our limited time. See you in October 2014.
W5AC   TX   College/University
We only operated a few hours but were glad to hand out multipliers with our club call. Our university Amateur Radio Club was originally licensed in 1912.
W5KS   OK   Club/Multi-Op
The SCR is always a fun event. All of the ops had a great time. Catch you in the Fall.
W5UNT   TX   College/University
We have a lower score this year because the contest fell during an exam week.
W6BB   CA   College/University
Conditions were great Wednesday morning, with a 10 m run for a few hours. Often a pileup 2-3 deep, up to 5-7 deep. Much more fading Thursday morning and no continuous activity, though Senegal was an unexpected treat---initially missed the callsign as W7RV, but he came back clearly with 6W7RV!

It was great to hear a number of school stations out there and to make a bunch of contacts in what I expect to be my last SCR as a student. K5LBJ in particular was coming in well both days. I hope to hear you all again March 21-28, 2014, as W6BB celebrates its centennial under special event callsign W6C.
W9KVR   IL   Individual
My first time entering as an individual. It was different not
operating from the school this year, but I had fun nonetheless as
I was able to chat with many familiar friends during the week!
W9NAA   IN   College/University
We had 3 operators (KC9YSR, KD8RTT, KC9VHK).
This is the Rose Tech Radio Club at Rose Hulman Institute of Technology.
WA8CMS   OH   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Wx prevented putting up a better antenna. 100 watts to a vertical on 20 meters provided the majority of contacts. Fun contest! The club station is in a room right off the library. Lots of teachers were checking the station out. They were surprised at the country contacts made.
WB4CHS   AL   Senior High School
Snow/Ice Storm hit our area during the SCR, shutting down the school and the area. Several of the club advisors operated from their own home stations on Tuesday and Wednesday, and one operator operated from the school station on Thursday.
WM3PEN   PA   Club/Multi-Op
Ice storm the week before SCR. Major snow storm during SCR. Then Valentine's Day limited operations. Had fun...Looking forward to the Fall SCR.