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Students from 23 schools earn scholarships at MCC Inter-High Day PDF Print E-mail

Decatur County, Southern Valley and Wauneta-Palisade high schools topped a field of 25 area schools to claim top honors at McCook Community College’s Inter-High Day competition April 6 on the MCC campus.
More than 600 area students competed for more than $30,000 in scholarships.
Southern Valley claimed the Division 1 title over McCook and Cozad. Decatur County won the Division 2 title over Quinter and Dundy County-Stratton. Wauneta-Palisade won the Division 3 title over Eustis-Farnam and Hitchcock County.
Of the 25 schools competing for academic honors, students from 23 schools earned scholarships.
First-place winners in each category won $500 scholarships to MCC. This year, underclassmen who won their category can carry their scholarships forward. In addition, all students who placed in the top three receive a $250 scholarship good for summer classes at MCC.
Perkins County students and scholarships include: Computer Programming – 2, Trevor Lee; English Literature – 3, Calla Mailand; Graphic Design – 2, Christian Miyamoto; Physics – 3, Calla Mailand.