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NCHS Places First In Academic Challenge Competition

Pictured are the participating Nashville students. First row: Avery Meade, Jamilyn Martin, Mackenzie Wells, Caleb Hallock, Jessica Clark, and Jill Guetersloh. Second row: Tabor Kozuszek, Kaitlyn Simons, Brooke Bartling, Annabelle Epplin, Hillary Zgonina, Brent Harris, Ethan Small, Taylor Cook, Ty Oelze, Mallory Knolhoff, and Christopher Lamczyk. Third row: Isaac Sexe, Jacob Woodrome, Drew Barczewski, Tyler Williamson, Langdon Briles, Jacob Maschhoff, and Drew Kuhl.

The annual Academic Challenge was held at Kaskaskia College on February 6.  Fifteen district high schools were in competition in the areas of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering Graphics, English, Math, and Physics.  The Nashville team finished first in the medium school competition.
Individual students from Nashville who won awards were:
Biology: tie for second place – Mackenzie Wells, Mackenie
Chemistry: second place – Drew Kuhl
Computer Science: first place – Brent Harris; third place – Langdon Briles
Engineering Graphics: tie for second place – Caleb Hallock; third place – Tyler Williamson
English: tie for first – Mackenzie Wells
Mathematics: tie for second – Drew Kuhl; tie for third – Jill Guetersloh
Student Mackenzie Wells received a 12-credit hour scholarship to attend Kaskaskia College for high test scores.

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