Middle School Team Has Success at PSIA Competition

Renie Deanda
This past weekend, a group of Middle School students and faculty sponsors participated in the Private School Interscholastic Association District Competition. We had 8 students qualify for state, and the Middle School team placed 4th place overall. (Our Lower School also participated and had some great results! We will share those soon.) We are so proud of these Eagles and their desire to be challenged academically.
Here are the final results for Middle School PSIA:
 
Calculator Applications - Hannah Hunter 2nd (state qualifier)
Listening Skills 4/5 - Emme Martinez 2nd (state qualifier)
Listening Skills 7/8 - Susie Benny 6th; Makaila Rogers 8th
Maps/Charts/Graphs 5 - Paige Henley 6th; Emme Martinez 8th
Mathematics 5 - Matthew Preng 10th
Mathematics 6 - Rachel Benjamin 4th; Jon David Anderson 6th
Mathematics 7 - Grayson Borbridge 8th
Mathematics 8 - Gayton Leike 8th
Number Sense 5 - Matthew Preng 7th; Lily Mayerfeld 8th; Jackson To 10th
Number Sense 7 - Grayson Borbridge 7th
Number Sense 8th - Gayton Leike 6th; Rebecca Winjna 8th
On site Drawing 6 - Cierra Spraggon 1st (state qualifier)
On site Drawing 7 - Mateo Sanchez - 5th
Onsite Drawing 8 - Kelcy Nguyen 1st (state qualifier)
Prose Interpretation 6 - Tola Odanlumen - 6th
Ready Writing 6 - Gracely Tyler 6th
Spelling 5 - Brady Lee 2nd (state qualifier); Bryce Lee 4th
Spelling 6 - Rachel Benjamin 1st (state qualifier); Kaylee Tolleson 3rd; Sophia Aguirre
 6th
Vocabulary 5 - Daniel Jacob 1st (state qualifier)
Vocabulary 6 - Rachel Benjamin 1st (state qualifier)
 
As a middle school team, we were in 4th place overall (5th graders are counted with elementary), and as a school, we were 4th place overall.

A big thank you to Mrs. Morgan and all faculty who helped sponsor the competition. 
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