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Two Lower School Students are Bound for PSIA State Competition

On March 5, a group of Lower School students and faculty sponsors participated in the Private School Interscholastic Association District Competition. The Lower School had two students qualify for the state meet on April 30 in Ft. Worth. We are so proud of these Eagles and their desire to be challenged academically!
State Qualifiers:
Creative Writing 2: Sutton Dixon – 1st Place
Spelling 3: Zara Ashiofu – 2nd Place

Here are the final results for Lower School PSIA:
 
Art Memory 4
Abigail Chen – 4th Place
Zoe Huynh – 6th Place
Tessa Harris – 7th Place
 
Creative Writing 1
Layla Hellman – 4th Place
Ellise Hagad - 8th Place
 
Creative Writing 2
Sutton Dixon – 1st Place, State Qualifier
Parker Baird – 9th Place
Rebekah Jacob – 10th Place
 
Mathematics 3
Oliver Taylor – 2nd Place
Justin Johnston – 10th Place
 
Mathematics 4
Moses Hui – 3rd Place
Caroline Dickey – 9th Place
 
Music Memory 3,4
Lynley Pipes – 4th Place
Kinley Rozell - 5th Place
 
Prose Interpretation 4
Tessa Harris – 3rd Place
 
Ready Writing 3
Addie O’Sullivan – 3rd Place
Eve Ballard – 7th Place
 
 
Ready Writing 4
Caroline Dickey – 5th Place
Kinley Rozell – 8th Place
Lynley Pipes – 10th Place
 
Spelling 2
Irene Cherian – 3rd Place
Lucas Ray – 5th Place
Caleb Holmes – 6th Place
 
Spelling 3
Zara Ashiofu – 2nd Place, State Qualifier
Kendrick Bassey – 6th Place
Ryan Young – 8th Place
 
Spelling 4
Andrey Hutton – 5th Place
Masha LaFleur – 9th Place
 
Story Telling 2
Sutton Dixon – 4th Place
 
Story Telling 3
Caleb Holmes – 2nd Place
Molly Brennan – 4th Place
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