Corrigan-Camden High School competed in our District UIL Academic Meet at Stephen F Austin State University. Twelve students will be advancing to Regionals. The Regional UIL Academic competition will be in Tyler on April 20th. Our school won two first place team plaques and one second place team plaque. Many students individually placed well in the top.
The Current Events team, made up of Timothy Burley, Benjamin Martinez, Mason Chamblee, Thanh Le and alternate Cesar Felipe, won First Place and will advance to Regionals. The Social Studies Team, made up of Alexandra Smithy, Danny Najera, Mason Chamblee and Kejuano Cavanaugh, also won 1st Place Team and will also advance to Regionals. The Number Sense Team, made up of Sam Beauchamp, Chris Reyes, Hector Robledo and Crystal Avila, won 2nd Place Team and will advance to Regionals as an alternate team. The Science team placed 4th.
Alexandra Smith placed 1st in Social Studies. Sam Beauchamp placed 4th in Number Sense and 11th in Mathematics. Mason Chamblee placed 5th in Current Events, 7th in Social Studies and 9th in Science. Danny Najera placed 5th in Social Studies. Tim Burley placed 6th in Current Events. Ben Martinez placed 7th in current events. Kejuano Cavanaugh placed 9th in Social Studies. Sydney King placed 8th in Ready Writing. Chris Reyes placed 9th in Number Sense. Hector Robledo place 13th and Crystal Availa place 18th in Number Sense. Efrain Mendez placed 14th in Spelling/Vocabulary. MAria Farfan placed 17th and Crystal Avila placed 20th in Spelling/Vocabulary. Rachel Barber placed and Kassi Narragon both placed 15th in Calculator Applications.
Corrigan-Camden High School received a brand-new Projector from Robert Poage with Sonic Limeades for Learning and Krissa Bass from Horace Mann Insurance. The High School Book Club requested a projector using DonorsChoose.org. Book Club members love to watch movies or short video clips about the books that they have just finished reading on the new projector. Robert Poage is the owner of Corrigan's Sonic and has always supported Corrigan-Camden ISD. Krissa Bass is the insurance agent for Horace Mann in Livingston. The High School Book Club and Corrigan-Camden ISD thank you for your wonderful donation. Pictured are: Alyssa Ener, Kevin Kovar, Krissa Bass and Jillian Spaw.
Corrigan-Camden High School is honored to have been selected as a 2011 National Blue Ribbon School from the United States Department of Education. Selection was based on improvement in math and science at our high school. Only two other public high school in Texas can lay claim to such an honor. Corrigan-Camden High School faculty and students showed just how wonderful our school is. Each and every day, we continue to work hard to protect our tradition of excellence both in and out of the classrrom.
C-CHS teachers vote each six weeks to pick students who deserve recognition for their outstanding behavior, work ethic, or character. Pictured are the Senior Students.