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KHS Dominates @ State Curriculum

Kingston Dominates at State Curriculum

 

By Elizabeth Barthel

Kingston Communications Class

 

            Throughout the year, thirteen students from Kingston High School qualified for State in curriculum contests. They competed in three academic competitions at either Eastern Oklahoma State College in Wilburton, Murray State College in Tishomingo and at Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

At these competitions the students who got 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or 4th place advanced to State. The following Kingston High Schoolers advanced. They are Freshmen Katherine Hendrickson and Jesse Rose; Sophomores Lexi Young, Taylor Spence, Coltin Knape, Carter Moore and Catelyn Kirby. Juniors were Jacob Whipkey and Jazmine Branch and Seniors Nick Mizell, Christina Jones and Braden Verett.

            Out of thirteen students, five of them placed at State. Nick Mizell placed 4th in World History, 6th in Vocabulary and in 9th place in Psychology. Lexi Young competed in Art Drawing and placed 8th. Jesse Rose scored in 10th place for Algebra I, Catelyn Kirby placed 7th in PFL (Personal Financial Literacy), and Katherine Hendrickson in Spanish placed in 9th.