FBHS champions at UIL Academic District Contest

The Flour Bluff High School University Interscholastic League (UIL) Academic Team brought home the 30-5A District title during the District Academic contest held March 23 and 24. The group placed 1st or 2nd in nine events. The students competed against nine other high schools in the Corpus Christi area.

According to UIL, academic activities exist to complement the academic curriculum designed to motivate students as they acquire higher levels of knowledge. In addition, they are created to challenge students to confront issues of importance and to provide students with the opportunity to demonstrate mastery of specific skills. Students are challenged to think critically and creatively, exhibiting much more than knowledge and comprehension.

All of the Flour Bluff HS students who competed and placed at the District competition will move on to compete at the UIL Regional Academic Contest at the University of Texas-San Antonio on April 13 and 14. Below is a listing of team and academic awards:

FBHS Teams Awards

Calculator Applications: 1st Place
Current Issues: 2nd Place            
Computer Science: 1st Place
Cross Examination Debate: 2nd Place
Literary Criticism: 1st Place
Mathematics: 2nd Place
Number Sense: 1st Place
Science: 2nd Place
Spelling and Vocabulary: 1st Place

 

FBHS Individual Awards

Calculator Applications  
2nd Place – Joanna Liu
3rd Place – Jacob Lerma
4th Place – Nathan Black
5th Place – Chloe Rodriguez

Current Issues    
2nd Place – Daniel Garza
6th Place – Hunter Dobbins

Computer Science
2nd Place – Jesse Huang
3rd Place – Braydon Burns
4th Place – Hallie Trial
5th Place – Ian Kuffel

Informative Speaking
4th Place – Daniel Garza

Lincoln Douglas Debate               
4th Place – Madison Sudell

Literary Criticism
1st Place – Hallie Trial
3rd Place – Livia Ungerman

Mathematics
2nd Place – Jacob Lerma

Number Sense
1st Place – Nathan Black
5th Place – Sarah Bervinkle
6th Place – Elizabeth Kemp

Biology
1st Place – Hallie Trial

Chemistry
1st Place – Hallie Trial

Science
2nd Place – Hallie Trial
4th Place – Jacob Lerma

Social Studies
1st Place – Kye Powell
6th Place – Tobias Johnson

Spelling and Vocabulary
1st Place – Chloe Rodriguez