TRABUCO CANYON, Calif. — The 22nd National Braille Challenge will be held in Los Angeles and feature 50 finalists.
Hundreds of students who are blind or low-vision from the U.S., U.K. and Canada competed in qualifying rounds and regionals to try to make the finals, which will be held Saturday at the University of Southern California.
Lynn Wu from Trabuco Canyon is one of the finalists who will be competing on proofreading, spelling, charts and graphs, speed and accuracy, and reading comprehension. This will be her third time competing at nationals.
Following the competition Saturday, the awards ceremony will be live-streamed at 6:30 p.m. on YouTube.