13 College Station High School students compete in the National SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference

College Station High School: Thirteen students from College Station High School traveled to Louisville, KY, to compete in the National SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference from June 24-30.

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The following students represented the State of Texas in their respective contests:

3D Animation – 2nd, Silver Medal
Justin Jennings and Evan Howard
Coach: Jason Oualline

SkillsUSA Quiz Bowl – 4th Place
Mark Cahill, Jeremy Halling, Luke Hoffman, Chloe Merkel, Hector Guzman, Dayton Pham, and Reo Matsuda
Coach: Beth Oualline

Interactive Application and Game Development
Ashika Verma And Ryu Fujii
Coach: Jason Oualline

In addition to the skills competitions, CSHS was also honored as a Model of Excellence in Technical Skills, one of only eight chapters in the nation to receive the honor in that category.

Tannah Brister and Carolina Ocada represented CSHS in the Models of Excellence Program in workshops, presentations, and interviews. They presented the chapter’s technical skills activity, the Middle School Outreach program, in which the high school game design students traveled to College Station Middle School to play test student-created games and teach the students about the principles of game design as well as other opportunities that students have through SkillsUSA and CTE courses.

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