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Columbus High School UIL Academics
Conference 4A, Region 4, District 25
CHS UIL Academic Coordinator:  Amy Russell
Assistant Academic Coordinator:  Lauren Nieto

CONGRATULATIONS to the following individuals and teams on their performance in the first Virtual Challenge Meet!

4A Spelling  - 7th place team:  Emily Herchek, Jenna Templeton, Cristina Kearbey

4A Spelling – 10th place individual:  Emily Herchek

4A Spelling – 27th place individual:  Jenna Templeton

 4A Mathematics – 15th place team:  Lucas Smith, Michael Chavez, Madison Pawlik

 4A Computer Science – 15th place team:  Evan Herchek, Cora Dvorak, Ariel Maturino

9th grade Computer Science – 23rd place individual:  Cora Dvorak

4A Literary Criticism – 11th place team:  Allison Magera, Aspen Pilsner, Savannah Pilsner

4A Literary Criticism – 13th place individual:  Allison Magera

Important Dates:
2/10/18 - CX Debate @ El Campo High School
3/21/18 - Ready Writing & Journalism @ Immaculate Conception in Sealy, TX
3/23/18 - UIL ACADEMIC MEET @ Wharton County Junior College
3/24/18 - LD Debate @ Needville High School
3/24/18 Computer Science @ Needville High School
CHS UIL Academic Events and Sponsors

AccountingAmy Venghaus

Calculator Applications: Megan Leyendecker

Computer Science: Zach Venghaus

Computer Applications: Rhonda Heffley

Current Events: Carson Greene

Film Contests: Zach Venghaus

Journalism Events (Feature, Editorial, News, Headline, Copy Editing): Amy Venghaus

Literary Criticism: Stephanie Engstrom

Mathematics: Jennifer Kohleffel

Number Sense: Britni Kotrla

One Act Play: Lorrie Walla

Poetry: Lauren Nieto

Prose: Lauren Nieto

Ready Writing: Renee Brown

Science: Lyndsay Schobel

Social Studies: Carson Greene

Informative Speaking:  Julianne Frazier

Persuasive Speaking: Roxanne Herbrich Zahradnik

Spelling & Vocabulary: Amy Russell


Debate: Irma Barajas
Click the link below to access videos regarding the benefits of UIL Academics program as well as overviews of the various academic events: