October 2018 School Club Roundup scores are listed below. These scores are preliminary and subject to verification and correction. Additional scores received by means other than the web submission form will be added in the near future. 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 ClubGA200,1961074745421637
KD8NOM D.E.A.R.S. / Dresden El. Amateur Radio StationOH165,483226774433935
KB4SA Pinewood Christian AcademyFL22,940351453526519
KW7SES Stephensen Elementary SchoolID900407591010
K2GSG Garden SchoolNY574501472325
WL7CXM Kotlik SchoolAK460602052222
 
Category: Middle/Intermed/JR High School - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
N4SMS SCHOFIELD MIDDLE SCHOOL HAM RADIO CLUBSC153,20710587487241132
K5LMS Lampasas Middle School Yough ARCTX68,3272030144411930
W9GRS Glenn Raymond School Science ClubIL42,0903606342713930
KE9KEK Kekionga Middle School Amateur Radio ClubIN12,322401012521218
K8CFS Bolich Middle SchoolOH9,22251852833114
N4GCS Gainesville Middle SchoolGA8,82760972403212
K4DMS K4DMSSC8,80070110233767
W4LMS Rambler Radio ClubGA5,77284442338115
K4WBM William Byrd Middle SchoolVA5,10695011611643
N1ASA All Saints STEAM AcademyRI1,5681022481209
KM4LOF West Stanly Middle School Radio ClubNC207110951132
 
Category: Senior High School - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
K9SOU Bloomington High School South ARCIN267,81410746508332444
K5LBJ LASA High School Amateur Radio ClubTX191,16020708446131137
KF5CRF Tiger Radio ClubOK111,97230516357111228
AG7HP Caldwell High SchoolID104,0524066745614815
KE8FWT Copley High SchoolOH49,445503413121321
KN4BBD Pinson Vally High SchoolAL35,09863614639610320
W6YHS Yucaipa High SchoolCA13,020701243323611
VE6XE PWA ARC - PEACE WAPITI ACADEMYAB8,39380772820215
ND8GA Gilmour Academy ARCOH6,232915461721168
WB4HS William Byrd High SchoolVA4,5431015291526210
W4GBH Great Bridge Highschool ARCVA1,21611064190000
W1HLO NFA Amateur Radio and Engineering ClubCT2471201350402
W1BHX Bishop Hendricken HS ARCRI60131420301
KM2ARC Kellenberg Memorial High School Amateur Radio ClubNY36140440001
W2CXN BROOKLYN TECHNICAL H. S. AMATEUR RADIO AND WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY CLUBNY1150110000
 
Category: College/University - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
W9YB Purdue UniversityIN239,29315577347743732
W4AQL Georgia Tech Amateur Radio ClubGA78,20024031146828920
W0QQQ Kansas State University Amateur Radio ClubKS49,560302954225223
WD4EOG SC45,344404163473511
W8EDU Case Amateur Radio Club of Case Western Reserve UniversityOH43,0405925143414717
K8HPS Kettering University Amateur Radio ClubMI19,305601653222315
K5LSU Amateur Radio Society at La State UnivLA18,352727703432221
W9JWC Bradley UniversityIL16,375801253441118
W1AF Harvard UniversityMA11,220901322913110
K8YSU Youngstown State UniversityOH5,6431010372034114
W9NAA Rose-Tech Radio Club (Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology)IN3,52011088304101
VA3UOT University of Toronto Amateur Radio SocietyON3,509124211420021
W8SH Mich State Univ. ARCMI3,30013066132316
W5AC TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY AMATEUR RADIO CLUBTX1,93814528110056
W8LT The Amateur Radio club at the Ohio State UniversityOH1,53915027102128
W2SZ Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteNY71416021140004
W9YT Badger Amateur Radio SocietyWI5601701081019
W4GGC GEORGIA GWINNETT AMATEUR RADIO SOCIETYGA5321801480315
 
Category: Club/Multi-Op - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
VE6AO Calgary Amateur Radio AssociationAB4,29010552121210
 
Category: Club/Multi-Op - DX
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
DL0ESA European Spance Operations Centre (ESOC) ReadioclubDX3,83410712121104
 
Category: Individual - W/VE
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
VA2MM QC8,78611441730333
AD8B OK2,3462023910118
VE3BFU ON1,97530251115112
KF5OMH TX1,3924016910115
N3FJP MD1,12050141000014
W1RGA NH9756015800111
N0KOE NC9497013800013
W4FEB N/AMA71580111000011
K3TW FL7049011900011
WB4HRL Swamp Fox Contest GroupSC468100970009
VE3PYJ ON450110950009
KD2GUD NY368120860008
VE2GT QC204130640006
N5QIM OK96140440004
KL4OB AK72150430003
W7CO OR24160220002
N2RQ NY24170211002
WF7BSR AZ24180220002
KU5Y TX6190110001
 
Category: Individual - DX
Call UsedSchool/ClubQTHScoreRankCW/RTTY/Dig QsPhone QsUSVEDXClubsSchools
ON7DQ LucDX15,438164585036162
 

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

AD8B   OK   Individual
Here's hoping for better conditions in February.
 
K5LBJ   TX   Senior High School
Sunspot gods will one day favor us, but this contest was not it. Conditions were up/down at best. Despite this, students were persistent and made contacts. Oddly, on 20m, they might contact NM (next to TX) and the next contact would be Spain. Crazy bands! Always great to hear new schools, so keep up the great work. Even if you start small, you may one day be the "big gun." 73, K5LBJ (Trustee --Ronny Risinger, KC5EES)
 
K8HPS   MI   College/University
Thank you to everyone who worked K8HPS during the School Club Roundup! This was the first time that Kettering University has been on the air as K8HPS in quite a few years. The club was recently restarted and as club president, I am working hard to introduce more students to ham radio. Thanks to the generosity of some Kettering alumni, we were able to operate from a portable "HamVan" for part of two days of the week. We really enjoyed operating on HF, introducing students to ham radio, and having fun!

73,
Ruth, KM4LAO
Kettering University Amateur Radio Club President
 
K8YSU   OH   College/University
we had a great time!
 
K9SOU   IN   Senior High School
We used this SCR as a recruiting opportunity. Many of our members graduated, and we are down to 3 students. So we used it as a chance to demonstrate what we do and be promoted on our school's weekly in-house TV show. https://youtu.be/mJjaqZyB-zk?t=641 We also did more search and pounce than usual to get more DX since we were not focused as much on winning this one.
 
KD8NOM   OH   Elementary/Primary School
The DEARS worked hard in the very difficult conditions Wednesday thru Friday. Good to work familiar schools and some new ones too. Also, thanks to Ohio ops for calling the kids. They REALLY appreciate it! Big THANKS to our two ham volunteers for their help with the kids!! See you in February!!! '73 de WX8J
 
KE8FWT   OH   Senior High School
Total no. of students and adults who visited our Ham Radio Club room during the week of the School Club Roundup was over 75 individuals.
 
KE9KEK   IN   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Our student operators had a GREAT first School Club Roundup! They have started planning for the February contest! The highlight for the week was when we actually made contact with W1AW. The students fought hard against the poor band conditions all week and never gave up! I am so proud of each and every one of my student operators. It brings me great joy to bring our great hobby to another generation of students. 73s -Jon Luckey, N9OBL (KE9KEK Station Trustee)
 
KF5OMH   TX   Individual
This is a great event. Sorry the bands were not what they could be in order to make it more enjoyable for the young operators. Many thanks to the sponsors who work with the schools to encourage the younger operators to join this great hobby.
 
KM4RE   GA   Elementary/Primary School
As always, this is an excellent program to motivate and inspire kids. It also develops a tremendous amount of self confidence. I greatly appreciate all of the people who spend their time to ensure that this opportunity continues twice a year for our students.
 
KN4BBD   AL   Senior High School
The October 2018 School Club Round Up was an exciting event for the Pinson Valley High School Amateur Radio Club as it marked the inauguration of our new, permanent club station. We were recently gifted equipment from the estate of silent key W4WFA and five local volunteers worked with us to get the station up and operational in time for the School Club Round Up. Our students enjoyed participating and for many of them, this was their first exposure to amateur radio. Some of their comments included, “It’s amazing that you can talk to someone so far away without a phone.” and “I want to learn more about digital modes.” They were especially excited when they were able to work DX and when there was a pile up.
 
KW7SES   ID   Elementary/Primary School
Thanks to KM4RE and Mr. Laster for helping us get started! We were very limited on time to operate, with only three school days at 2hrs/day, but we'll be back in the Spring!
 
N1ASA   RI   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Students enjoyed it. School principal Anita Brouse KC1IPS made several calls. Students also practiced sending their names in Morse Code while waiting to get on the air.
 
ND8GA   OH   Senior High School
We enjoyed the roundup as always and added two new operators this year.
 
ON7DQ   DX   Individual
Great improvement over february ... from 0 to 2 schools !
Equipment : IC7300 @ 100W + CG3000 autotuner + 33m (100ft) of wire in an Inverted-L configuration
 
VA3UOT   ON   College/University
Happy to see a new Canadian school in SCR this fall: VA3OLP. Welcome!
 
W0QQQ   KS   College/University
This was the best year ever for School Club Roundup at Kansas State University. We had great participation from faculty, staff, and students. Some students got to get on HF for some of their first contacts. Through the help of many operators, we were able to operate every day during the five day period. We are looking forward to the next roundup in February.
 
W1AF   MA   College/University
Denise Kwong KF5EDS working the School Club Roundup at the Harvard Wireless Club at Harvard University.
 
W1BHX   RI   Senior High School
First time our school club participated in SCR. We might have been the first high school to use JS8 for a contact.
 
W1HLO   CT   Senior High School
Hello from the alma mater of Lafayette Foster, Edwin Land, and Don Pardo!
 
W2SZ   NY   College/University
W2SZ is back on the low bands! We haven't done any HF contests lately, so we're getting back in the swing of things. Had some issues with SWR, but overall made a few nice contacts. New if only we didn't have so much homework!
 
W4FEB   MA   Individual
SPOOTING NETWORK WWW.DXSCAPE.COM USED TO VERIFY SOME FREQUENCIES. N1MM PROGRAM RECORDED SAME FREQUENCIES FOR MULTIPLE STATION- INTERFACE ANOMOLY WITH XCVR.
 
W4LMS   GA   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Since our first School Club Roundup more than 8 years ago, Rambler Radio Club has exclusively used "School Club Roundup Logger" by Dave VonDielingen, AD8B. Dave, we thank you for help in making wonderful memories for our students who first experienced Ham Radio contesting with your program. Thank you, sir.
 
W5AC   TX   College/University
START-OF-LOG: 3.0
CREATED-BY: SCR-Log v6.7 for Windows
CONTEST: ARRL-SCR
CALLSIGN: W5AC
CATEGORY-STATION: CLASS-S-UN
LOCATION: TX
CLAIMED-SCORE: 1938
NAME: TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
ADDRESS: TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
ADDRESS: SOFC TAMU, 125 John J Koldus SSB,MS 1236,Slot #427
ADDRESS-CITY: COLLEGE STATION
ADDRESS-STATE-PROVINCE: TEXAS
ADDRESS-POSTALCODE: 77840
ADDRESS-COUNTRY: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
EMAIL: clubofficers@w5ac.tamu.edu
OPERATORS: KE0MXN WG1GEM KG5SDD W5RHT
SOAPBOX: 4 operators
SOAPBOX: 3.76 hours of operation
SOAPBOX: W5AC ENJOYED SCR VERY MUCH, WE HAD 4 OPERATORS THIS TIME AROUND
SOAPBOX: AND WERE ABLE TO WORK THREE OF THE FOUR RECENTLY LICENSED MEMBERS
SOAPBOX: IN OUR CLUB. WE ALWAYS HAVE FUN TALKING TO OTHER SCHOOLS ON THE AIR
SOAPBOX: AND LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING EVERYONE AGAIN IN FEBRUARY.
SOAPBOX: THANKS AND GIG 'EM! -W5AC
 
W8EDU   OH   College/University
Great fun, as always--thanks to the organizers and software writers for keeping this going. We did not have as much participation as in previous years, as midterm exams got in the way. We did get one university administrator on the air, that was an achievement!
 
W9GRS   IL   Middle/Intermed/JR High School
Hard to believe this is our 10th year doing SCR! We got of to a slow start with conditions and dipole issues, but had a good Thursday! Highlights include several new schools in the log, including the elusive AG7HP in Idaho! The vertical proved its DX capability with a hard earned qso with WL7CXM! Looking forward to another 10 years!
 
W9YB   IN   College/University
Had a great time this year as usual, boiler up!
 
WD4EOG   SC   College/University
This is the first year in a while since Clemson Amateur Radio Club has been active. We are very happy with the turnout! Thanks to all our contacts and we can't wait to have more students to spread the thrill of contesting too!
 
WL7CXM   AK   Elementary/Primary School
Great to be back this year. Kids were excited to try and get on the air. We will be looking forward to the Spring edition.