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Lowcountry Tech Academy and Garrett Academy Students Enjoy Success at SkillsUSA Event

Congratulations to students from Garrett Academy of Technology and Lowcountry Tech Academy on their success at the recent SkillsUSA State Competition in Greenville, SC.

Thanks to everyone that helped these students achieve this success, especially Roxann Phillips, SkillsUSA adviser at Garrett Academy and Julie Zeigler, SkillsUSA adviser at Lowcountry Tech.

Garrett Academy of Technology student success:

  • 1st place Extemporaneous Speaking – Kwanahsia Gaddist
  • 3rd  place Related Technical Math – Devyn Green
  • 5th place Restaurant Service – Styandia Lewis
  • 6th place Cosmetology – Jenna Marsey

 Lowcountry Tech Academy student success:

  • 2nd place Job Skills Demonstration – DayQuan Forrest
  • 5th place Job Skills Demonstration – Shawn Pyatt
  • 1st Place Job Interview – Eric Berry
  • 5th Place Job Interview – Asia Wright
  • 4th place Medical Terminology – Traquan Winns

    Devyn Green 3rd Related Technical Math Kwanashia Gaddist 1st Extemporaneous Speaking. ??????????????????????????????? DayQuan ForrestEric Berry 1st place

 

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West Ashley DECA Team Enjoys Success at State Conference

DECA_logo.svgOn the weekend of February 27-28,  West Ashley High School sent 22 Wildcats and their adviser Mr. Terry Stutts to the 72nd Annual South Carolina DECA Career Development Conference.

Students competed in role play events in categories based on marketing, finance, hospitality and management. Their weekend at the conference also consisted of an opening session, a leadership academy, an election session for state officers and an awards banquet.

The Wildcats had a very strong showing with 18 of our competitors placing in the top ten of their respective categories including one first place, two third places and a fourth place.

Mr. Stutts and his WAHS DECA team are now looking forward to competing in the International Career Development Conference in Orlando, Florida on April 24-28.

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