On 6 February 2018, Bethlehem-Center High School’s Governor’s STEM Team took first place at the IU1 Regional Competition at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus. Members of the team are junior, Ian Nelson, and seniors, Dominic Clutter, Brandon Paul, Travis Pettit, and Dylan Sheets. The Bulldogs competed against teams from Fort Cherry, Geibel Catholic, and Trinity high schools. Their project is titled MUsT (Monitors for Unsafe Turns) which notifies drivers of opposing traffic when entering dangerous/blind curves. They will now have an opportunity to improve their project as they advance to the state competition at a centrally-located site on 18 May 2018. At the state competition each student of the first place team wins a $2,000 scholarship.