February 2017 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
KM4RE Russell Elementary Amateur Radio ClubGA211,2001064044561051
KD8NOM DEARS Dresden Elementary Amateur Radio StationOH164,3602657544891737
KB4SA Pinewood Christian AcacemyFL70,26533722544511533
NG0E Mountain Lake Elementary SchoolMN40,546402093851528
KM4TAY Ham-tietam/Antietam ESVA1,44960211310011
K9CPO Southport Elementary Radio ClubWI5707010700010
Category: Middle/Intermed/JR High School - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
K5LMS Lampasas Middle School Youth ARCTX262,27920743478191749
K4WBM William Byrd Middle School Amateur Radio ClubVA88,920313220441624721
WA4MSA Mill Springs Academy Radio ClubGA38,3195024139291217
W9GRS Glenn Raymond School Science ClubIL23,3806504024413822
K0KID First Baptist Christian AcademyMO16,875701252610420
K4DMS K4DMS - DuBose Middle School Amateur Radio ClubSC13,2688012423310313
K1MCS Monsignor Clarke School Amateur Radio ClubRI11,289968232911225
KD4TGR McConnell Amateur Radio Club (MARC)GA10,0941001032410413
WD5IAD St. StanislausMS6,889110832722110
K1CLS LighthouseAmateur Radio Explorers Club 73MA1,980121212110218
N4CNY Monrovia Middle SchoolAL1,800130201000016
K2GSG Garden School ARCNY9361402490434
K4PSA Palmetto Scholars AcademySC75015030130012
Category: Senior High School - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
K5LBJ LASA High School Amateur Radio ClubTX282,52811862466181645
K9SOU Bloomington High School SouthIN224,5752468348661049
KF5CRF Tiger Radio ClubOK136,50031523406131335
K9THN Terre Haute North Vigo High SchoolIN71,42443230844412624
WB4HS William Byrd High SchoolVA52,30356214739512625
ND8GA Gilmour Amateur RadioOH21,9717131473337216
N0DCM Harbor City International High School Radio ClubMN13,16088616272227
W1INK Wink Amateur Radio Project for Wink schoolsTX6,61291949240258
AB4WL Pinson Valley High School ARCAL4,508100461600116
K8TGR Newton Falls Technology and Multimedia ClubOH3,10211929183318
KM2ARC Kellenberg Memorial High School Amateur Radio ClubNY1,45013290151710
W1HLO Norwich Free Academy Ham Radio ClubCT1321401272010
KD9HID northland pines amateur radio clubWI6160110001
Category: College/University - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
W8EDU Case Amateur Radio Club/ Case Western Reserve UniversityOH153,416174456448331229
W9NAA Rose-Tech Radio Club (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology)IN151,44321361349713432
W5AC Texas A&M University Amateur Radio ClubTX96,2763242239517033
W9JWC Bradley University Amateur Radio ClubIL36,6604141604133428
W0QQQ Kansas State University Amateur Radio ClubKS26,0585020235134115
W1KBN Northeastern UniversityMA23,08663113229110215
K8YSU Youngstown State UniversityOH17,222714812736124
W9UWP University of Wisconsin-Platteville ARCWI16,800851303920215
W9YT Badger Amateur Radio SocietyWI13,944908422220622
K5LSU Amateur Radio Society at La. State Univ.LA13,650105953221019
KB7NJV Willamette University ARGOR10,209112792910417
W8UPD The University of AkronOH9,523127752521215
K2CC Clarkson University Amateur RadioNY3,78013070240006
VA2QDC Dawson CollegeQC3,24014054182507
K7UAZ The University of ArizonaAZ2,69515271161206
W4DFU Gator Amateur Radio ClubFL1,94316225121719
W2DSC NYU Amateur Radio ClubNY6971701790016
W2HJ The City College of New YorkNY32419018150300
WS2BU Binghamton UniversityNY6200110001
Category: Club/Multi-Op - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
W9JP Indianapolis Radio ClubIN3,47520251400025
Category: Club/Multi-Op - DX
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
DL0ESA European Space Agency - Operations CentreDX8,374114782551027
Category: Individual - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
W4LID KY5,84110331800231
KD2GXL NY4,19220321126122
WB0IWG ND2,20030201500019
W1IZZ MA2,12140211100018
AD8B OK1,91152171100016
KE8AXI MI1,78260181301017
WA4CR NC1,4247016900016
W5VGR TX1,1708130110026
VE3BFU ON1,0789014700014
VE2GT QC94910013800013
K9THR IN94911013800013
N3FJP MD94912013800013
W4YPW OH91013013800112
WN8QGV MI82814012900012
KF5EN TX804150121000111
K3TW FL57016010700010
W2KFV NY387170990026
KE3ZT PA376180870008
WA7DHQ AZ276190640066
KN6Q TX92200430004
AE5YP TX84210431013
N2RQ NY54220330003
WA2SUH NY51230320003
KC3COD MD32240220022
KA2YRA NY3250110010
Category: Individual - DX
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
ON7DQ DX7001819311600

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

AB4WL   AL   Senior High School
This was Pinson Valley High School's first entry in the School Club Round Up. We are a newly formed amateur radio club and actually received our club license the day after the SCR ended. We had 20 participants and other students observing in our SCR group. Because we are a newly formed club, we do not yet have club equipment but hope to have an established club station by the Fall SCR.
AD8B   OK   Individual
Always fun! My thanks to Dana at K5LSU for bringing a small software bug to my attention.
AE5YP   TX   Individual
Please verify. File attached.
DL0ESA   DX   Club/Multi-Op
Thanks for organising. Greetings to all the students! We hope you all enjoyed the radio activity. 73 from the European Space Agency
K0KID   MO   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Students were most interested in our ECHO LINK demonstrations -- being able to talk across the pond. Collectively as sponsors we need to harness this interest, since its technology they more easily relate to. Suggest we find a way to use EL in SCR -- not for points or multiplier, but perhaps as a means to let the kids talk one on one, without the radio protocol, etc.
K1MCS   RI   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Great Time with an Interested and Motivated group!
K3TW   FL   Individual
SOAPBOX: "Greetings from warm and sunny Florida."
K4PSA   SC   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
The kids actually operated for five days, but only one day of logs survived (barely).
K5LBJ   TX   Senior High School
While the bands were up and down, K5LBJ used the SCR-Log Chat box to schedule a few contacts with schools, including a Morse Code contact. Great to hear many new schools on the air, and we were proud to be the first QSO ever of Southport Elementary School. We wish you and all continued success in the future. 73 - Ronny, KC5EES (Trustee, K5LBJ)
K5LMS   TX   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Participation was a little down, but the students had lots of fun making contacts. We had some real pileup winners including Alexis and Elijah who made most of the after school contacts throughout the week. Both were new students this school year and are in 6th grade.
K7UAZ   AZ   College/University
Great time with the SCR again this semester! Unfortunately, we only had one participant for about an hour a day. Thanks for the QSOs...PSK31 is fun! Looking forward to putting The University of Arizona back on the air for the Fall SCR. 73, Bear Down & Go Cats!!!
K8TGR   OH   Senior High School
Did a little better this time than last. We are happy with our results. Set a goal as a club to do even better next time. The club members had a blast working the event, and that is all that matter.
K8YSU   OH   College/University
We had a great time! Lots of students operating. Lots of QSO's Thanks to all who participated.
K9CPO   WI   Elementary/Primary School
This was our first time and our kids are excited. We can't wait for October!
KD8NOM   OH   Elementary/Primary School
Another great SCR with the DEARS! The herd was on the move even though we had several out sick. Officers and friends of the Cambridge Amateur Radio Association came for a vist Friday and were very impressed with our kids' skills and efficiency. Proud of our kids' dedication and efforts! '73 de WX8J
KE8WFT   OH   Senior High School
Just setup station on Saturday 2/11/2017 had a problem with the vertical r-8. Had to relocate to a new room in Copley High School. First four days the bands were very noisy. On the third day we tried PSK-31 all day and the students were impressed as to the relative quietness. They also were much more adept at typing on the keyboard. During the five day period there were over 70 students (a few multiple times) who came into the room between classes and operating for one or two contacts.
On Friday we lost the r-8 for some unknown reason during the day. But all in all it was considered a successful activity.
KG5RKY   OK   Club/Multi-Op
We may have a new HAM in the works just because of the SCR. She liked working it, she made contacts 20 Feb and logged for N5EVA who is a net controller for a local net. It was stated she had fun and wants to do more.
I know many like making a name for their school, but this is what the SCR is all about - introducing youngsters to the radio.

KM4RE   GA   Elementary/Primary School
The School Club Roundup is an amazing program. Our school's amateur radio club is just a little over a year old. This was our third time participating in SCR.

We participated in our first roundup after having just completed assembly of our club's station three days before. As you can imagine, they did not have much of a plan and, even though they had a great time, they spent most of the week learning things as basic as how to accurately log their information and how to calculate points.

Our club students, all 4th and 5th graders, meet on Fridays and other days through the week as scheduling permits. Their activities include working satellite passes, working QRP, our own 30-minute sprint competitions between club members, experimenting with things like the impact of power levels on communication, and of course, just good ol' rag-chewing. But the highlight of the year are the two School Club Roundup events!

Our club members begin preparing for SCR as soon as the event finishes. The first club meeting after SCR is a sort of debriefing in which the students sit down with their notes and start figuring out what they did well and how they can improve on it. A couple of weeks before SCR, the students begin laying out a specific plan for the roundup week. This includes things like scheduling, operator/logger team rotations, and mapping out goals for school club contacts, QSOs, etc. They then develop a plan on how to meet those goals. Parts of that plan this year included a very effective system to garner as many school club contacts as possible and ways to use the transceiver's capabilities to maximum benefit. They also worked to make the best physical station arrangement possible and a system to complete contacts in a short time while exchanging all of the required information.

During the event, students were constantly jotting down notes with ideas about how to improve. Some of these ideas they implemented immediately and some were shelved for future discussion for possible inclusion in the next SCR.

It amazes me how quickly they develop an intuition about things like how the time of day and band affect propagation and how to use that to their advantage. You could enumerate a long list of benefits that young people gain from participating in SCR, but I think the greatest benefit may be the way that it provides a platform for them to develop and apply skills like strategy development and analysis that are necessary to cutting-edge success in any field.

As a teacher, I am grateful to the good folks who give freely of their time and resources to make sure that this experience is available for our kids. I can attest that it is producing real benefits to the our young people and to the future of amateur radio. Thank you very much!
KM4TAY   VA   Elementary/Primary School
We don't have a club call sign, so we used my personal call so the kids could get on the air :)
I hope I uploaded everything correctly - first time!
N1ASA   RI   Elementary/Primary School
Visited by teachers and students from grades K,1,2,3,6,7,8. 18 students now in Tech license class ;-)
ND8GA   OH   Senior High School
We enjoyed the School Club Roundup and gained two more members for our club.
ON7DQ   DX   Individual
After 21 years of running school club ON4HTI, I retired and had to close the school club. Now I returned and made some QSO's as an Individual.
Brought back some memories, too bad I couldn't get a school in my log.
Maybe next time ... 73 - Luc ON7DQ/KF0CR
VA2QDC   QC   College/University
Updated (accidentally included all contacts as Phone and CW)
W0QQQ   KS   College/University
Members of the K-State Amateur Radio Club had a great time during our second School Club Roundup in recent history. Despite a few nights of challenging band conditions, we were able to beat our score of last year.
W1KBN   MA   College/University
Yagi was damaged in winter storms had to rely on 40/80 dipole only, PSK-31 was slow but useful given our diminished gain on 20 meters.
W2CXN   NY   Senior High School
W2HJ   NY   College/University
On 2017-02-16 16:25 VA6KGS an Individual in ND was contacted and it appear he was using a Mobile station.
W4LID   KY   Individual
W5AC   TX   College/University
Five operators this time, including one unlicensed and two new to HF. Though we weren't able to operate as much as previous semesters, W5AC still had a lot of fun. Thank you to everyone who made a contact with us! See you in October for the next SCR! 73 from Aggieland!
W8EDU   OH   College/University
Great fun! We had many students, faculty, and staff involved. The
club got to show off its best profile to University administration.
We appreciate all the clubs and organizers who make this event
possible, along with the ARRL Collegiate Radio Initiative and its
school outreach programs.
W9GRS   IL   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Had a great time despite less than ideal band conidtions. Interesting
to compare this year to our first year 9 years ago and see
similarities on location of qso's. Highlight was getting the "Space
Sweep" by contacting both N1KSC and DL0ESA!
W9UWP   WI   College/University
We had a blast this time around and even broke 100 contacts! Thanks to all the operators that contacted us!
WA4CR   NC   Individual
I thoroughly enjoyed working the schools and talking with the young amateur radio operators! An event that kept me smiling through the week, even when just listening! Wish I had made more contacts, but it was still gratifying!
WA7DHQ   AZ   Individual
Impressed by the good operating practices of the new Amateur Radio operators. They handled their pile ups proficiently and spoke clearly. Kudos to the club mentors for such good instruction. I had fun because it took me back to my high school days when I was newly licensed. Ham Radio's future is in good hands!
WD5IAD   MS   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
As always, we enjoyed the contest. All our contacts were very patient and courteous. From our QTH the propagation seemed poor. The School Club Roundup is the highlight of our year.