The students all attend the Sno-Isle Tech Robotics and Electronics Technology program and from scholarship applicants across the area rose to the top.
First place was Josh Armstrong, second place Ian England, and third place David Brady.
Armstrong and Brady have also completed a one year Electronics Certificate at Edmonds Community College and plan to commence there this month. England is currently a member of the Air National Guard and serves weekends at Paine Field working on wireless airfield communications.
Brady was also awarded the Washington Award for Vocational Excellence 2010 and a scholarship from the Kiwanis of Mukilteo.