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Academic U.I.L.

ACADEMIC UIL

 

Good luck to our state qualifiers 

Receiving awards at the regional meet:

Christian Schilder - 1st place in Number Sense 
Samantha Ferrebee - 1st place in Chemistry
Christian Schilder, Justin Harbison, Kurtrick Allen, Ty Fox - 1st place Number Sense Team
Jasmine Osby - 2nd place in Computer Applications
Madison Taylor - 3rd place in Prose Interpretation
Justin Harbison - 4th place in Number Sense
Raylen Black - 6th place in Ready Writing
Hagan Crumpton - 6th place Lincoln-Douglas Debate

Shelbyville High School Academic UIL District Medalists

March 26, 2018 - Shelbyville High School Academic UIL District 22AA Results

Shelbyville High School competed in the District 22AA Academic UIL Spring Meet held at SFA on March 21st. Shelbyville competitors scored points in seventeen events and qualified 23 students for the Region III-AA Academic UIL Meet.

Shelbyville students receiving medals at the district meet:

First Place
Kurtrick Allen – Science
Kurtrick Allen – Chemistry
Kurtrick Allen – Physics

TyKevia Blount – Poetry Interpretation
Hagan Crumpton – Lincoln Douglas Debate
Jimmy Jimenez – Literary Criticism
Christian Schilder – Number Sense
Kurtrick Allen, Ty Fox, Justin Harbison, Christian Schilder – Number Sense Team
Kurtrick Allen, Emily Nicosia, Skylar Siglar, Samantha Ferrebee – Science Team
Naquila Barnes, Raylen Black, Jimmy Jimenez, Mallory Permenter – Literary Criticism Team
Speech Team

Second Place
Naquila Barnes – Literary Criticism
Justin Harbison – Number Sense
Jasmine Osby – Computer Applications
Molly Windham – News Writing
Lizbeth Bautista, Brisa Martinez, Yadira Reyes, Trey Smith – Accounting Team
Austin Crocker, Justin Harbison, Trey Smith Jimmy Jimenez – Mathematics Team
Mallory Permenter, Brittany Payne, Rachel Powell, Allison Robbins - Spelling & Vocabulary Team

Third Place
Raylen Black – Ready Writing
Emily Brixey – Persuasive Speaking
Brooklyn Killen – Informative Speaking
Emily Nicosia – Headline Writing
Trey Smith - Accounting
Madison Taylor – Prose Interpretation
Kurtrick Allen, Hannah Jamison, Clayton Powell - Computer Science Team

Fourth Place
Raylen Black – Literary Criticism
Kyle Dodd – Persuasive Speaking
Emily Nicosia – Ready Writing
Yadira Reyes - Accounting

Fifth Place
Zack Clark – Ready Writing
Austin Crocker – Mathematics
Hagan Crumpton – Persuasive Speaking
Ty Fox – Number Sense
Melissa Guerra – Informative Speaking
Kirsti Jermigan – Prose Interpretation
Emily Nicosia - Science
Mallory Permenter – Literary Criticism

Sixth Place
Kurtrick Allen – Number Sense
Kelsey Jones – Poetry Interpretation
Mallory Permenter – Spelling & Vocabulary
Savannah Spann – Prose Interpretation
Molly Windham – Feature Writing

First, second and third place medalists and first place team members will compete at the 2018 Region III-AA Academic Regional Spring Meet at Panola College on April 13th and 14th.

Shelbyville Academic UIL coaches who will be attending the regional meet are:  
Brooke Harrison (Science), Cole Harrison (Number Sense), Delilah Koonce (Accounting), Megan Loftice (Literary Criticism), Mario Osby (Computer Applications), Emily Sowell (Informative Speaking, Persuasive Speaking, Lincoln-Douglas Debate), Jeane Taylor (Prose Interpretation, Poetry Interpretation), and Claire Windham (Headline Writing, News Writing, Ready Writing).

 

 

            

 

“Students who compete in UIL events devote countless hours preparing for UIL academic competition”, said Dr. David Stevens, UIL director of academics. “Like their athletic counterparts, they practice before, during and after school and attend invitational meets and competitions. For virtually every school in Texas, it serves as an extension to the regular classroom for highly motivated, intelligent young men and women.”

“In its own way, each contest is intended to teach the thinking skills students will need in college and in their careers,” Steven said. “We have tremendous anecdotal evidence from students who testify to the importance UIL academic contests played in their high school careers. We also know that employers want workers who can solve problems, speak effectively and write clearly. Each contest is designed to help students reach those goals.”

 

Academic U.I.L. coordinator: Mrs. Esther Harrison