February 2018 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 ClubGA264,914108864535846
KD8NOM DEARS Dresden Elem. Amateur Radio Station ClubOH147,64521577477151332
KB4SA Pinewood Christian AcademyFL35,65932316541316221
NG0E Mountain Lake Public SchoolMN3,60840442300211
KM4TAY Ham-tietamVA21060650006
Category: Middle/Intermed/JR High School - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
K5LMS Lampasas Middle School Youth ARCTX125,15920487435151234
K4DMS K4DMS - DuBose Middle SchoolSC39,2453023537510521
W9GRS Glenn Raymond School Science ClubIL24,5114434125319826
W4LMS Rambler Radio ClubGA22,4405191273626118
K4WBM William Byrd Middle SchoolVA19,1886457427217313
W0W Worthington Christian SchoolMN10,829801193441110
K1CLS LighthouseAmateur Radio Explorers Club 73MA5,056911422000211
KD4TGR McConnell Middle SchoolGA3,06810059200206
K4PSA Palmetto Scholars AcademySC2,49911049160007
KD4MMS Monrovia Middle SchoolAL1,70112027130319
N1ASA All Saints STEAM AcademyRI1,17813143110015
Category: Senior High School - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
K9SOU Bloomington High School South ARCIN161,3761065648711534
KF5CRF Tiger Radio ClubOK151,7672069339613829
W0BHS Berthoud High SchoolCO83,265304554166524
K5LBJ LASA High School Amateur Radio ClubTX41,307402813624519
K9THN Terre Haute North Vigo HSIN39,431503014420515
KE8FWT Copley-Fairlawn High SchoolOH14,256601323123114
ND8GA Gilmour Academy Amateur Radio ClubOH11,1307010529311411
N0HCS Harbor City International High SchoolMN10,2068810301325
K4NAH North Augusta High School Amateur Radio ClubSC8,61090822549113
W5SUB Subiaco Academy Amateur Radio ClubAR6721202450114
N7WAH Wahkiakum HS 4HWA660139280005
KM2ARC Kellenberg Memorial High School Amateur Radio ClubNY4651515172101
KK4WXX Spotsylvania High SchoolVA56160440002
Category: College/University - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
W9YB Purdue University ARCIN184,51217559447733331
W8EDU Case Amateur Radio Club / Case Western Reserve UniversityOH95,57029531346417423
W4AQL Georgia Tech Amateur Radio ClubGA92,064305484778320
W5AC Texas A&M University Amateur Radio ClubTX31,240464922923420
AA4UT University of Tennessee ARCUniversity of Tennessee Amateur Radio ClubTN23,8625917627628610
W0QQQ Kansas State University Amateur Radio ClubKS22,440681712841117
W9JWC Bradley UniversityIL18,894731283740020
W6RFU Amateur Radio Club at UCSBCA12,17780993131416
K8YSU Youngstown State UniversityOH10,716951042711013
W1KBN Northeastern University Wireless ClubMA3,471100391409312
W8CUL West Virginia UniversityWV2,805110331724112
W9YT Badger Amateur Radio Society/University of Wisconsin-MadisonWI2,528120321421049
VA3UOT University of Toronto Amateur Radio SocietyON1,275133111000013
W6YRA UCLACA1,1881412390007
W8PZS Ohio University Amateur Radio ClubOH1,01415026131005
K7UAZ The University of ArizonaAZ85816102101115
W7OSU Oregon State UniversityOR555177161006
W1YK WPI Wireless AssociationMA119180750012
K2CC Clarkson UniversityNY6190110001
Category: Club/Multi-Op - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
K1YAH Young Atlanta HamsGA12,705101053430216
Category: Individual - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
AD8B OK3,19812221300022
VE3BFU ON3,12020301624116
KD2GXL NY2,72530251111318
W1RGA NH2,44240221200219
K9THR IN1,2155015900114
W4LID KY1,07860141000113
N3FJP MD1,0227014800013
W7PV AZ7048011900011
WA4CR NC660901260029
VE3PYJ ON6161001170029
K3TW FL5761101260066
N2RQ NY376120870008
K0HNC KS352130840008
WB0IWG ND210140650006
AG6AG CA145150540005
KD2KEH NY128160440044
N0KOE NC92170430004
NG2D NY54180330003
KJ4LQX FL24190220002
Category: Individual - DX
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
ON7DQ LucDX5,47413647412580

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

AD8B   OK   Individual
Thanks to all who work to put schools on the air.
K1YAH   GA   Club/Multi-Op
Thanks so much for sponsoring this event ! We had a great time operating from the local park and from home !
K3TW   FL   Individual
"Greetings from warm and sunny Florida."
K4NAH   SC   Senior High School
This was the first SCR for our new North Augusta High School Amateur Radio Club. Students had a great time and we really loved it. Hope to see you all in the October contest.
K4PSA   SC   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
We more than doubled our effort from last year. 40m is where we worked everybody. We could hear great on 20m but nobody heard us.
K4WBM   VA   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Sorry for my mistake on my earlier record. We had 0 packet QSO's
K5LBJ   TX   Senior High School
The Spring 2018 SCR was a laid-back affair for K5LBJ. With Seniors dreaming of college acceptance, this semester student operators took a casual approach to the "Contest." They enjoyed the slower pace and bad band conditions made each contact that much more interesting. See you next time. 73, KC5EES (Trustee, K5LBJ)
K5LMS   TX   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Isabelle will be taking her Tech Class test on March 10! The kids all had fun despite the bands not being the best.
K7UAZ   AZ   College/University
Great fun! Looking forward to the Fall SCR.
K8YSU   OH   College/University
The crew had a great time! Lots of fun chatting with other schools and hams. Looking forward to the Fall. Thanks again for all the fun.
KD2GXL   NY   Individual
I may have sent MNQP log by mistake in previous submission, correct log is attached here.
KD2KEH   NY   Individual
It was a pleasure feeling the enthusiasm of the youth in this contest
KD4TGR   GA   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Thanks to GARS (Gwinnett Amateur Radio Society for their help.) Thanks to the parents of our club members.
Thanks to our principal for allowing us to have a club.
Finally, thanks to all the hams "out there" who wanted to talk to our kids.
KD8NOM   OH   Elementary/Primary School
Even with terrible band conditions our kids would not give up! On the last day we decided to go on 20m and the kids were having a BLAST working the DX stations. Our best DX was a station in Russia! Glad to work the schools we were able to hear and as always to make new friends!
KE8FWT   OH   Senior High School
35 students operated with 7 handicapped. All had fun and a great learning
experience for all.
Rig was an old Kenwood TS-140 at 100 watts to a simple 40m dipole.
Looking forward to the fall roundup.
KM4RE   GA   Elementary/Primary School
SCR is an amazing experience. It is a highly motivational educational tool that incorporates almost every single subject area in an applied manner. Thank you to everyone who puts in many hours to make this event happen.
KM4TAY   VA   Elementary/Primary School
This was from our 1-2 days with our 1 hour club :). The kids have lots of fun, even though we aren’t racking up the points. I’m not sure what to put for Power in this - we weren’t low/QRP, but we weren’t trying to blow anyone out of the water either. Thanks for offering this for us to play!
N0HCS   MN   Senior High School
N0HCS Harbor City High school had a great time in the February 2018 School Club roundup. We focused primarily on digital and worked hard to get our contacts in between piano lessons, play practice, dance class, clubs, homework and other commitments. We were able to be on the air for around 16 hours. We have been in the contest for a few years as the Duluth Childrens museum club N0DCM and moved to the high school and N0HCS as the kids got older. We enjoyed PSK 31 chats with several individuals, schools, and clubs around the country. 73 to all that participated!
N0KOE   NC   Individual
Not good band conditions. But the quality of contacts was up. The young folks that I worked were spot on as far as procedure, working pileup, etc.
N1ASA   RI   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
School principal Anita Brouse, KC1IPS, got on the air! 6 student operators had a good time. 24 other elementary school students came through for a 20 minute briefing on why ham radio is important today. They asked great questions!
ND8GA   OH   Senior High School
We always enjoy the School Club Roundup. Many thanks to those who support this event. ND8GA
NG2D   NY   Individual
Great event. Marvelous kids. I wish I had more time to spend.
ON7DQ   DX   Individual
After running school club ON4HTI for 21 years, I am now retired.
But it's still fun to operate during SCR week and follow the schools on the SCR chat page.
VA3UOT   ON   College/University
So pleased to see the work of the ARRL Collegiate Amateur Radio Initiative taking root! Events like this are essential to ensure the vitality of our hobby. Let's see even more schools on the air in the Fall! 73, de VA3UOT
W0QQQ   KS   College/University
We had a wonderful time this winter participating in School Club Roundup. It was a pleasure talking with other universities across the country. The most fun was at the end of the contest, frantically trying to secure a few more contacts, as other university stations, in typical collegiate fashion, waited to the last minute to squeeze in a few more QSOs.
W0W   MN   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
This was the first SCR from our school and a completely new experience for all but one of the kids. We used a portable telescoping mast to support an inverted vee antenna in front of the school and it worked great. The students raced to put pins in a map to mark the locations of each station worked. Everybody had a blast!
W1KBN   MA   College/University
Greetings from Boston. Thanks for the fun contest! 73 W1KBN
W1SYE   RI   Elementary/Primary School
We're a first time SCR school. 40+ students came through, made calls on HF (tough propagation) and talked locally on 2M and 70cm. We'll be following these students into the local junior high school and encouraging them to study for the license. We've minted 15+ youth hams (half girls) over the last three years.
W4LID   KY   Individual
73 de W4LID
W5AC   TX   College/University
We had 7 operators for this roundup, with one being unlicensed.
This semester we had a lot more digital and CW contacts thanks
to a few members bringing their specialty to the contest.
We always have a lot of fun talking to other schools on the air.
Thanks and Gig 'Em from W5AC! See you in October!
W5SUB   AR   Senior High School
Thanks for hosting this contest! We enjoyed it!
W7PV   AZ   Individual
Was surprised how few schools were on the air. Perhaps the ARRL leadership can encourage local radio clubs to try to spawn more school clubs. Perhaps 'adopt' a school?
W8EDU   OH   College/University
What a great time! We had about fifty visitors including the electric
engineering department chairlady. She enjoyed being on the air and
<> us she would take her license exam next session. We have
many new licensees here on the CWRU campus and many of them made
contacts for us.
W9GRS   IL   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Perparation for our Regional Science Olympiad took priority this time so we didnt' get much operating time in. We were able to add WV to our school total, leaving us only 3 states short of working schools in all 50 states!
W9YB   IN   College/University
Great time had at Purdue! New countries, new modes, and new operators made for a fun week.
W9YT   WI   College/University
You have the cabrillo file, it's super-irritating that I need to enter the above information.
WA4CR   NC   Individual
Very tough conditions, but the contacts I was able to make were enjoyable. Very impressive young operators with great enthusiasm and obviously coached/ mentored well!