They drew on the carbon capture and storage project at the Boundary Dam Power Station, which is the first of its kind in the world.
Wilson says she is extremely proud of her class for the work they have put in.
There were 55 entries in the contest and the Estevan submission was made one of 11 finalists.
For accomplishing that, Samsung has given the school 20-thousand dollars worth of technology.
Now they will go on to compete in the final phase in Spring 2016 for two grand prizes of $50,000 in Samsung Classroom technology..
These two grand prize winning schools will also win an exciting celebration event from Mitch Moffitt and Greg Brown of AsapSCIENCE and have their student projects featured in an AsapTHOUGHT video.
You are invited to vote for the students – you will need to hover your mouse over the entrants’ submissions under the “FINALISTS” heading and look for Sacred Heart School in Estevan.