Nashville Wins KC Academic Challenge

Posted March 5, 2014 at 8:45 pm


Kaskaskia College hosted its annual Academic Challenge Contest Feb. 11, and Nashville’s team finished first in the medium school division among the 16 district high schools competing in the areas of biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering graphics, English, math, and physics. Pictured are the participating Nashville students. Front row, from left: Nellie Snead, Kelsie Klingenberg, Kara Sachtleben, Lexie Small, Garrett Guest, Shawn Rennegarbe, Clint Johannes and Blake Kasten. Back row: Logan Czerniejewski, Mark Dalman, John Schroeder (1st place – biology; 1st place – English), Tyler Williamson, Lucas Morgan, Megan Hall (2nd place – English), Alyssa Lohmann, Allyson Grabowski, Madison Frerker, Alana Czajkowski, James Waugh III (3rd place – engineering graphics), Jonathan Williamson, Alex Orr (1st place – chemistry; 1st place – math), Clark Wisely, Natalie Johathan, Joe Blumenstock, Aaron Czajkowski. Students John Schroeder and Alex Orr received a credit hour scholarship to attend Kaskaskia College for high test scores.

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