JUNCTION CITY, KAN. – Junction City High School, a career technical education (CTE) high school, focuses on preparing today’s students for tomorrow’s world through career-related education and training. Recently, several CTE students qualified for state and national level competitions.
Technology Student Association (TSA) state completion and national qualifying results:
Candis McClatchey and Makenna Schneidewind placed 1st for game design and 3rd for coding. Both McClatchey and Schneidewind qualified for Nationals in Washington DC held in June.
Xavier Schmahl and Manuel Antillon also placed 5th for Technology Problem Solving, and Calen Boller and Manuel Antillon placed 5th for Engineering Design.
Mason Shrader, Manuel Villamor, and Todd Stefano placed 3rd in the Lego Build Challenge.
HOSA Future Health Professionals state completion and national qualifying results:
Paloma Picazo-Padilla and Britney Doan qualified for the HOSA International Leadership Conference for Health Career Display. The career they chose to spotlight was anesthesiologist.
Pictured: Students in Mr. Chris Holborn’s Game Design class demonstrating the game that they created that qualified them for the national competition.