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Washington & Lee Career and Technical students earn recognition

Posted on Wednesday, May 2, 2018 at 9:21 am

Washington & Lee High School Career and Technical Students have been busy earning accolades this year.  Ten technical students have been recognized for their skills and talent in various fields. One student, Trevor Earnshaw will be competing in a national competition for Marine Trades in June. We salute their accomplishments.

HOSA State Championship (March 17, 2018 competition)

5th Place, Taylor Charles (WLHS), Job Seeking Skills

SkillsUSA District XI Championship (March 9/10, 2018)

Electrical Construction Wiring: 2nd Jordan Hescox(WLHS)

Prepared Speech: 1st Dustin Farmer(WLHS)

Computer Maintenance Technology: 3rd James Whittington(WLHS)

Marine Trades: 1st Trevor Earnshaw(WLHS)

Auto Service: 1st James Allen(WLHS)

Auto Maintenance: 1st Seth Magee(WLHS)

Auto Maintenance: 2nd Bryon Carey(WLHS)

Restaurant Service: 2nd Cameron Ball(WLHS)

Auto Body Finishing: 3rd Isaiah Johnson(WLHS)

Virginia SkillsUSA State Championship (April 20/21, 2018)

1st place, Trevor Earnshaw(WLHS), Marine Trades

1st place, Bryan Carey(WLHS), Auto Maintenance

3rd place, Cameron Ball(WLHS), Restaurant Service

5th place, James Allen (WLHS), Automotive Services

SkillsUSA Qualifiers for National Competition

Trevor Earnshaw, (WLHS), Marine Trades, Louisville, KY, (June, 2018)