2016 Finalists Announced!




Congratulations to the following 20 – 2016 Student SuperPower Challenge finalists from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick!

We received so many great ideas from over 100 submissions that we will be reaching out to many other students over the coming weeks to help them develop their ideas.  If you submitted an idea to the Student Super Power Challenge which you feel passionate about, please email info@brilliantlabs.ca and we will do all we can to support you!


Student teams and their teachers have been notified and it will be a busy time leading into the finals on April 5th!  Mentor and coach visits will begin shortly.  Students now have 3 weeks to ready their lean canvas business plans and prepare their pitch!  Only 3 student teams from Nova Scotia and 3 teams from New Brunswick will win $5000.00 in supports to turn their ideas into reality!


Student SuperPower Challenge Finalists:


Nova Scotia:                                                                                                                  


Nutrition Energy, Sackville High School

Faite à Chéticamp, École NDA – Chéticamp

GPS Livestock Tracker, Northeast Kings Education Center

2 Speed Rear End, Hants North Rural High School

No Drip, Eastern Shore District High School

Tiny Toothbrush, Horton High School

1Plate1World, Horton High School

L.O.V.E, Sir John A McDonald High School

Mental Wellness, Sackville High School

Food Tester, Eastern District High School


New Brunswick:


FLEUR, Simonds High School

Drain Power, Bernice McNaughton High School

Sussex Mural App, Sussex Regional High School

S.T.E.V.E, Miramichi Valley High School

Beacons for the Community, Miramichi Valley High School

Tree 360, Saint Malachey’s High School

Pocket Power, Caledonia Regional High School

Bus Tracker, Saint John High School

H2Options, Fredericton High School

Heated Wheelchair Ramp, Simonds High School

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2 thoughts on “2016 Finalists Announced!

  • Debbie Thomas

    Go Teams go ! How exciting for our schools in ASD-S. You are already winners in my mind ! Give it your best. Debbie Thomas, Director of Schools , Saint John Centre, ASD-S

  • Stacey

    Hearing all the pitches from our NB Schools was a wonderful experience. I’m interested to see what’s next for these young people because at this age if they were able to come up with such great solutions to day-to-day problems just imagine what a little more experience and education, trial and error will bring their way.