First there was the Lego school—and this woman's incredible construction—now a U.S. high school has taken the building blocks to new heights. Imagine telling your kids that you helped build the tallest Lego tower, ever. Well, that fate awaits kids from John Dickinson High School in Delaware, who secured the title for their 112 feet, 11.75 inch construction.
According to an article in the Huffington Post, the 11-storey Lego tower posted by Reddit user jut754 was made up of more than 500,000 toy blocks and took months to assemble by students across the Red Clay Consolidated School District.
Then sure enough, the Guinness World Records rep turned up and declared the record had been won. Not a bad way to inspire your budding engineer...
Worthy community project or utter waste of time and money?