Congratulations to the Catoctin High School (CHS) students who competed in the 2018 Maryland State SkillsUSA contests held on April 13-14, 2018.

Once again, Frederick County Public Schools (FCPS) students performed extremely well, earning 22 gold medals, 19 silver medals, 7 bronze medals, and 2 voting delegates.

All first-place gold medal winners have earned the right to represent Maryland and compete in the SkillsUSA National Competition (in Louisville, Kentucky) in late June.

Cheyenne Scobie—1st, TV Multimedia Broadcast News Production; Olivia Dart—1st, CAD Career Pathways Showcase: Manufacturing; Samantha Smith—1st, Cosmetology Nail Care (Contestant); Dalton Wine—Automotive Tech Voting Delegate; Isaac Storer—1st, Web Design Web Design;

Nathan Schwartzbeck—1st, Ag Metals Welding Fabrication; Rachel Burns—2nd, CAD Career Pathways Showcase: Arts, Audiovisual Tech and Communication; Emma Appel—2nd, TV Multimedia Television (Video) Production; Keegan Coolidge—3rd, AOHP First Aid/CPR; Kaleb Sellers—3rd, Digital Design Screen Printing Technology. Way to go, Cougars!


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