OHS engineering and software development shines at conference
Published 4:00 pm Wednesday, February 8, 2023
Oxford High School’s Technology Student Association (TSA) participated in the Northern District TSA Conference on Thursday, January 26, 2023.
The following students placed in their respective competitions:
Samanyu Misra and Nathanael Hom won 4th place in Technology Problem Solving and 2nd place in Technology Debate;
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Zoe Wilson won second place in Computer-Aided Design;
Kyle Allen won first place in Computer-Aided Design;
Zeyad Ibrahim won first place in Technology Bowl Team and Individual, 3rd place in Extemporaneous Speech, and 3rd place in Essays on Technology;
William Riser won 1st place in Technology Bowl Team and 3rd place in Technology Bowl Individual, and 1st place for the Coding Exam (team event);
Ahmed Belal won first place in Technology Bowl Team and 3rd place in Forensic Science;
Elizabeth Wakefield won 1st place for the Coding Exam (team event);
Logan Verlangieri won 3rd place in Forensic Science.
Oxford High School offers an Engineering Pathway and the C-Spire Software Development pathway as a part of the Career and Technical Education (CTE) department.