Midland Students Build Record Toilet Paper Pyramid

Young Michigan engineers put their talents to the test in an attempt to break a world record using toilet paper.

Robotics students have used more than 27,000 rolls of toilet paper to make this structure.

It’s at Bullock Creek High School in Midland.

This is an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the tallest toilet paper pyramid.

Students say at 16 feet, it’s more than 2 feet higher than the current record.

The robotics’ team mentor says in addition to making history, it also helped the students develop communication and personal skills.

After they’re done with the pyramid, they plan to sell the rolls as a fundraiser for the team.