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PSC students place at CSC Scholastics PDF Print E-mail

Students from the region were among the medalists at the 51st Scholastic Contest at Chadron State College on Friday, April 1.
Each year, the Scholastic Contest attracts the region’s brightest high school students.
This year’s contest had 1,457 entries, the most since 2005. The seniors who win gold in the scholastic contest qualify for CSC’s Scholastic Achievement Award, which covers the in-state portion of tuition for the next academic year.
Perkins County High School  placings were: Emily Kiolbasa, bronze in Psychology; Brady Mailand, silver in General Science; Alek Pelster, gold in Physical Education Sports Knowledge.
Perkins County High School placed fifth in Division IV with a score of 4.52. Crawford High School placed first with a score of 5.944.