February 2015 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
W3NCS North Clarion County Elementary School ARCPA115,26013039245529832
KD8NOM DEARS Dresden Elementary Amateur Radio Station ClubOH94,644250296485191129
KB4SA Pinewood Christian AcademyFL30,78831714538014024
K6DGE Dorothy Grant ElementaryCA13,000401253941012
N4BCA Burlington Christian AcademyNC5,38256341700020
KL7DG Pilot Station School Radio ClubAK14460870102
Category: Middle/Intermed/JR High School - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
K5LMS Lampasas Middle School Youth ARCTX251,16718661506231154
KF5CRF Viking Radio Club Eisenhower Middle SchoolOK248,62520765507181544
K7BZN Chief Joseph Middle School Ham ClubMT129,9134046946617440
K4WBM William Byrd Middle School Amateur Radio ClubVA104,533510925545424926
W9GRS Glenn Raymond School Science ClubIL57,3926844336225739
KK4OVR Mill Springs Academy Radio ClubGA44,4887153263229815
K4DMS DuBose Middle School - K4DMSSC25,220801944236215
NQ9P Pana Schools ARCIL17,70093943222327
K1D All Saints STEAM AcademyRI16,653103853114129
KC5KBO League City Intermediate School ClubTX15,8601101303322017
W4LMS Rambler Radio ClubGA13,82412246022217117
K1CLS Lighthouse Amateur Radio Explorer Club 7, Lighthouse Charter SchoolMA13,3451314572312325
KC2ILA Central Square Middle School ARCNY6,669140572233217
KC2KJN Gowanda Central School District Amateur Radio ClubNY5,490150612411212
WA8CMS Copley Fairlawn Middle SchoolOH4,838160592313011
Category: Senior High School - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
K1BBS Burr and Burton Amateur Radio ClubVT261,0781082145639942
N4HVH Hidden Valley High School ARCVA222,8512178347474521736
K9SOU Bloomington High School SouthIN175,1523352850822946
WB4HS WBHS ARCVA110,2124117233486291425
K9THN Terre Haute North HS Radio ClubIN42,8005720039411826
AC0HS Ankeny Centennial HS ARCIA37,523602394160022
KC2AIF Pioneer High School Amatuer Radio ClubNY28,704702083935317
ND8GA Gilmour Academy ARCOH17,466822983525315
KI6BQJ Valley Christian Ham Radio ClubCA12,019901193914111
K5LBJ LASA High School Amateur Radio ClubTX8,26510487281929
NR7RX Madison High School Radio ClubID3,62111051251009
AB0BX STEM School and Academy Spartan ARCCO3,49612076242313
W4FOS Chesapeake Center for Science and TechnologyVA3,332131225190409
KD2HWZ Panthers J-TACNJ2,800145301802010
W4S Saint John Paul II Catholic SchoolFL3251501371203
W2CXN Brooklyn Technical High School Amateur Radio and Wireless Technology ClubNY216160660006
Category: Senior High School - DX
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
MX0SSW Silcoates School Amateur Radio ClubDX191,294151845174662513
MX0PSL The Priory Academy LSST School ARCDX8,11220156423721
Category: College/University - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
K0UND University of North DakotaND399,126101326498151241
K4KDJ Virginia Tech ARAVA303,850201030476271039
N7ERU Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Eagle Amateur Radio clubAZ159,575336419484101447
W8UM University of Michigan ARCMI108,74567131343523930
W1YK WPI Wireless AssociationMA92,6407038644617433
W6BHZ Cal Poly Amateur Radio ClubCA75,2108034549426725
W9YT Badger Amateur Radio SocietyWI43,9799022142514426
K5LSU Amateur Radio Society at La. State Univ.LA43,9311079653727329
WD4EOG Clemson UniversitySC24,5641230783036227
W9YB Purdue UniversityIN17,094130222443125
W9JWC Bradley University Amateur Radio ClubIL15,1421401132933219
W2CXM Amateur Radio Club at CornellNY13,32815413027114115
W4UVA Amateur Radio and RF Communications Club at the University of VirginiaVA9,296165602231119
W5YM Amateur Radio Club of the University of ArkansasAR8,532170542310226
KB3CVD UMBC Amateur Radio ClubMD5,396182232183509
W7OSU Oregon State University ARCOR3,880190402300214
W7U Willamette University Amateur Radio GroupOR3,27620052131409
WA5BU Baylor UniversityTX2,04621033210108
W5AC Texas A&M Amateur Radio ClubTX1,728220181600016
W2HJ The City College Of New YorkNY1,32623026921505
W0QEY Colorado State University Amateur Radio ClubCO88824037131002
K7UAZ The University of ArizonaAZ1250110000
Category: College/University - DX
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
ON4HTI STARCom/Vives Polytechnic UniversityDX50,83015918138529916
DN2AA Berufskolleg OlsbergDX16,206286501823613
Category: Club/Multi-Op - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
NE3MD Northeast Maryland Amateur Radio Contest SocietyMD149,6041054647927337
N0DCM Duluth Children's Mudeum Radio Active Club N0DCMMN25,531202114452014
W5KS Lawton Ft. Sill Amateur Radio ClubOK4,7853087313223
K3BSA SPARK Lodge ARCPA95240141300011
WQ8CWA CHAPTER 212, QCWAOH26650760016
WM3PEN Holmesburg Amateur Radio ClubPA2460220002
Category: Individual - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
N3FJP MD51,840102164446834
N4NY SC26,850207533131857
AC8PI MI17,400301203625618
W1WBB RI10,44040452702439
AD8B OK9,74456362401434
N9NBC WI8,98860422302237
W6ROX CA8,80070884021111
KD5ILA AR8,640812242000530
N7UJJ AZ7,60590392201134
KK6L PA5,832104462904015
KG5CUK NM3,35511061272105
KF5EN TX3,168120241800222
N7WY MO2,944130231600122
VE7FCO BC2,875140251800617
KJ4KKD TN2,856150241700120
WA3SRU PA2,354160221300218
NG2D NY2,310170211300119
WA4CR NC2,185180231300116
W7PV AZ2,178190221600415
W4ATL GA828200121101111
N2RQ NY72021012901010
AE0EE MN62722011700010
K3TW FL486230990009
K6IQL KS459240990018
KC9CDS IN405250980017
K4BLL GA294260770007
N8DKA MI287270760007
KF4IRC AL280280750007
N8FYL MI273290770016
N8TFD OH238300770015
N3MBH WV216310660006
AB5XM TX204320640006
KD8WKR OH156330650033
WI3M PA150340550005
KB0EOR IA108353030003
KD9GN IL100360550003
AB9XI WI76370440003
KC3ASH MD54380330003
N5LNX TX54390330003
WN8QGV WI24400220002

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

AB0BX   CO   Senior High School
First contest for Carter, 5th grader, KG7NAZ, with Anna, 9th grader, W0ANT. Radio is a Yaesu FT-897 provided by ARRL ETP grant and antenna used is a Force 12 15M 1/2 wave vertical dipole. Students operated Thursday evening and Friday afternoon. Per N3FJP software, our score was 46M, 76 points, score of 3,496
AC0HS   IA   Senior High School
We improved our performance in every category- students participating, QSOs, schools, hours, etc! Our dipole on the roof helped!!!
AC8PI   MI   Individual
Great time!! My first ever School club roundup. Big thanks to N3FJP for the school club roundup software. that was what I needed to really get out there and have some fun!
AD8B   OK   Individual
I heard a few more Individuals and Clubs calling CQ School Club Roundup this time.
K0UND   ND   College/University
2nd time participant in SCR
K1BBS   VT   Senior High School
It took 4 of us an hour and a half to string up the 94 foot dipole (same antenna we use every year). This antenna comes out of a third story math classroom ... across the school's driveway ... and is anchored in a tree. Man, it was cold. The first day of the event was a snow day ... a common occurrence for K1BBS in the February SCR. As is customary, a student (one of the team captains) walked to school so we wouldn't lose a day. 5 hours later ... Cubby had 235 contacts ... I had 1. It is safe to say that everyone involved had a great time and we scored our highest score ever. The best part, though, is to witness the maturation of a first time operator as they transition from timid and balky talkers to confident and smooth pileup managers. By week's end, I could sit back and let the students perform all the necessary functions and make all the decisions. To listen to them discuss what they had heard and how to reply was a treat. SCR is the only ham radio activity K1BBS participates in ... and that is what makes this such a special event. Students literally wait all year for this. Thanks to all the stations that contacted our students ... especially those from other schools. You are the ones that made this event so enjoyable. de WD1W ... trustee of K1BBS.
K1D   RI   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Our eight student operators were SCR rookies and are studying hard for their Tech license. All grade 3 through 8 students and teachers cycled through the radio room and were thrilled to hear the action. All are keen to participate in the Fall.
K3BSA   PA   Club/Multi-Op
Had fun working the schools and individuals in the School Club Round-up this year. Was great to work them from a club station at a Boy Scout Camp.
K3TW   FL   Individual
It's always a pleasure to participate in the ARRL School Roundups
73 from sunny Florida
K4KDJ   VA   College/University
Despite using an alternate setup (due to ongoing SWR issues), we still managed to have lots of fun!

Total operating time was approximately 22 hours.

Operator/Primary Logger: John, KK4BSM
Logging Assistants: Malcolm, NB3T and Magda, KM4EGE

73 and Go Hokies!

de K4KDJ
K5LBJ   TX   Senior High School
As the Sun cycles up and down, so goes involvement of students at our school. Although kids were too busy to compete in Spring SCR, we hope everyone had a good time. See you next time.
Ronny, KC5EES (Trustee, K5LBS, LASA HS ARC, Austin, TX)
K6IQL   KS   Individual
K7UAZ   AZ   College/University
Wasn't planning to participate, but heard N3FJP calling. Submitting so he can get points for working a club station. Also, we still use a paper log, so hopefully the log submission is usable. (Not sure if there is other information that an electronic logger would include.)
K9SOU   IN   Senior High School
Another great time... Wednesday and Thursday were not as good. But the kids worked hard and did well, even though it was final exams week.
K9THN   IN   Senior High School
Jeffrey Hammers, KD9BHP, is the school club sponsor, but Dan Hunter, NW9N, was our chief operator in the station with the students during operating hours. Also, one of our students left the timer box checked and did not turn off the computer at the end of the day. The Cabrillo report says that we operated for 58 hours but we only operated for 24 hours (6 hours per day, Monday-Thursday.) This is our first time uploading a log for any contest, so if anything is incorrect that I need to fix you can let me know by emailing me at the club email or my email katarina.sotak@gmail.com. All the students involved really loved it and we have many students who now want to get their license. Thank you for organizing this great contest!

Thank you,

Student President
Katarina Sotak
KC2KJN   NY   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
New point record for our school club. Band conditions were pretty good.
Everyone had fun and learned a lot.
KC5KBO   TX   Middle/Intermed/JR High School

We were not able to operate as much as we did last year but we had fun
and learned a lot.
KD2HWZ   NJ   Senior High School
THis was the first time running through with the students. We have attempted to follow the guidelines to the best week could. We entered the data from paper log sheets into the logging software for better understanding. The utc time was corrected however we were not sure how to correct the clock. We operated for 11 hours total over the three day. The indicated 49.42 is not correct. This was a great first year and we are looking forward to many more to come.
KD5ILA   AR   Individual
I really enjoyed talking to all the students. Special Thanks to all the Schools, Teachers and Operators who helped make this event possible. I look forward to the next event.
KD8NOM   OH   Elementary/Primary School
Another great SCR! This year the kids really got into PSK. They thought that it was like text-ing with a KICK! Unfortunately we had to miss the opening day but the kids worked very hard to nearly equal last Fall's 2014 score. Great job to our Radio-Active D.E.A.R.S.!
KF5CRF   OK   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Everyone had a great time. See you in the fall.
KI6BQJ   CA   Senior High School
KK6L   PA   Individual
I actually won the school club roundup in 1998 or 1999 from the University of Arizona (K7UAZ), and this is the first time I've been back in the contest since then. It was a lot of fun to talk with so many great people, and to hear about all the new hams involved in the contest. I'm glad to hear the tradition continues!
KL7DG   AK   Elementary/Primary School
Monday and Tuesday were a wash as we had high winds that prevented our portable antenna from staying up. Wednesday was better and we were able to make a few contacts during the day. We had a celebrity visitor Ariel Tweto from "Flying Wild Alaska" was at the school presenting her "Bursting Bubbles" speaking engagement to the students. (She was supposed to be there Tuesday but the same winds kept her plane from flying to the village). She was fascinated by my account of what the radio club was doing with the students by expanding their world she wanted to see the station. She came in after school and as i was describing the components she sat down pulled up the script I had made for the kids and called CQ a few times with no takers. She couldn't stay long as her plane was due in for her next stop. The rest of the week was non operational as my classroom was going to be used as sleeping quarters for a visiting basketball team that was playing in a tournament at the school. In rural Alaska the school is the center of activity and is used as a hotel for visitors who do not have friends or family in the village. We will be back on in October as my contract to teach in Pilot was renewed.
MX0SSW   DX   Senior High School
I think I attached an earlier copy of our Cabrillo file, here is the final version. Thank you again to you all, 73
N0DCM   MN   Club/Multi-Op
This is the Duluth Children's Museum Radio Active Club (N0DCM) in Duluth, MN. We have been exposed to Amateur Radio starting with our experience in 2012 with an ARISS call to International Space Station. Some of the kids thought it was really cool talking with a real astronaut on the radio and so we started a club. Since then we have been working with local elmers from the Arrowhead Amateur Radio Club (ARAC) learning about how HAM radio works. They have helped us studying and testing to become operators and even helped us put together our own equipment. This is our first school club roundup and it was really fun. It was amazing to talk with people all over the country and to see the map of all our contacts at the end.
N2RQ   NY   Individual
It was great to hear so many young operators. I am sorry I was not able to get more air time in. See you next October.
N3FJP   MD   Individual
Excellent opportunity to encourage young folks in radio! This contest has lots of potential for growth with some minor rule tweaks!
N4BCA   NC   Elementary/Primary School
We set up our station in the elementary school lunchroom and was temporary as we had to set up and take down each day including the antenna. This was a good field deployment exercise!

The kids would ask "what is the big antenna for?" The 30 second ham radio elevator speech began. The kids familiar with ham radio would run up to the station and the pile up was for who would be first. Each day the curiosity would build and kids would casually come by the station to see what was up. During the week curiosity gave way to being on the air! As usual, the girls outnumbered the boys. We need to be doing a better job of introducing STEM/STEAM activities to the earlier grades. Planting the fun and confidence "seeds" before the Middle/Jr. High School "culture" takes hold is the key for finding those future technical adults.

Our station was a barefoot FT-450 feeding a 53' inverted V with a home brew 9:1 unun. The antenna apex was about 25'.
N4HVH   VA   Senior High School
Please also copy correspondence to Gary Yohe AJ4GL starcitysteeler@cox.net and Josh Whitlow KI4HDI jwhitlow@rcs.k12.va.us
N4NY   SC   Individual
N7ERU   AZ   College/University
Operators: WH6EAL, KR0CKT. Participant: KK6PGR
N7WY   MO   Individual
One accidental USB dupe not counted with N4SMS
N8TFD   OH   Individual
Enjoyed being part of the event -- spent some great years at a great university amateur radio club!
ND8GA   OH   Senior High School
In our local school situation, ham radio is increasingly seen as "old hat." Yet, the level of participation in the School Club Roundup seems also to be on the increase. The Roundup is still an excellent means of keeping the hobby and its relevance alive. Thanks! ND8GA
NE3MD   MD   Club/Multi-Op
Great fun.
NG2D   NY   Individual
I would like to hear more students and fewer teacer/oprators who operate alone without some kind of class participation.
NR7RX   ID   Senior High School
Our first SCR and it was lots of fun! Thanks for a great intro to students. We'll be back next time for sure with more students operating.
ON4HTI   DX   College/University
WOW ! We don't have much competition in our category, but we broke our
own previous record again !
It was great fun to work Dave, AD8B, author of SCR-Log.
Looking forward to the next edition.
VE7FCO   BC   Individual
Great to hear some new voices on the air. Thanks for all the effort to get the new younger people involved
W1WBB   RI   Individual
Great activity from the many schools on-air! It's always a pleasure to chat with the students...the future of ham radio!! Made 85% of QSOs on 20m band. The 10m band seemed underutilized...it was open all week. More 40m activity would be nice as well to work the Northeast schools/clubs from here. Unfortunately no CW contacts made. May I suggest **specific listening times/frequencies** for the CW and digital modes (worth double the points!) in future SCRs to promote activity on these modes?? Such as... check "on the half-hour" and +/- .035 on CW; +/- .075 on digital up from bottom of band. Once spotted, QSOs will follow! Overall, a very nice event. Looking forward to the next SCR!
W1YK   MA   College/University
W2CXN   NY   Senior High School
We ran SCR-Log 5.1 in tandem with N3FJP 1.1
W4FOS   VA   Senior High School
The class worked one day phone and one day PSK31 digital. They were allowed to pick the mode for day 3 and picked PSK31. We found quite a few clubs. Good mode to operate. See you in September.
W4S   FL   Senior High School
Greetings from Pope Paul II Catholic School in Lecanto, FL
W5KS   OK   Club/Multi-Op
Everyone Had a great time.
W6BHZ   CA   College/University
Great Contest. Many operators were trained and really enjoyed participating. The member's interest in working HF was increased and now plan on upgrading their licenses. A special moment was talking with AL7DB, Dave, a former Cal Poly Alum from 1965 who was a former radio club member. Dave was working a large EU pileup and after hearing W6BHZ he paused to talk with the operators in the club individually for over 20 minutes reminiscing about Cal Poly and the club. We are appreciative of that and enjoyed it.
W9GRS   IL   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
School schedule limited operations, be we were able to "sneak" some operating time during my classes at the end of day. Highlights included Austin chatting about drag race cars with Tommy at WD5AGO and having an extended QSO with K1N Navassa with DXpedition op Jerry WB9Z! Looking forward to October 2015!
WA4CR   NC   Individual
Great fun talking to all of the different schools and students from first grade to college age!
WA5BU   TX   College/University
First time participating as a newly reactivated club. Enjoyed it very much and look forward to the fall.
WA8CMS   OH   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Fun contest unfortunately this station was available for two days.
WD5AGO   OK   College/University
Slow start, normally just hand out points, but students rallied to make a go of it on Tuesday. You can't say no. Great participation state side and abroad for the SCR. Met many new DX friends, Thanks!
WM3PEN   PA   Club/Multi-Op
Limited time because of work schedule, but enjoyed it.
WQ8CWA   OH   Club/Multi-Op
You might want to take time to call "CQ SCR or CQ SCHOOL CLUB ROUNDUP". Makes it a
lot easier to id who is in the contest from just general "CQ'ing."