Congrats to the following National Merit Commended Students and National Hispanic Scholars! In addition to the 9 students previously selected as National Merit Semifinalists, this makes 21 AMCHS tigers honored for their academic success!
National Merit Commended Students
Parth Sarin (not pictured)
National Hispanic Scholars
Tobias Doerr Garcia
Congrats to the AMCHS National Merit Semifinalists! It's a great day to be a Tiger!
Please follow this link for more information about summer reading assignments for your English classes: https://sites.google.com/a/csisd.org/amchs-summer-reading/home
On June 18-23, 5 students from the A&M Consolidated Speech & Debate team traveled to Birmingham, AL to compete at the National Speech & Debate Association's National Tournament. Students competed in a variety of public speaking & debate events throughout the week. Representing AMCHS were Cassie He, Benjamin Lamb, Elizabeth Palazzolo, Aabid Razvi, and Michael Sprintson.
18 students from A&M Consolidated High School traveled to Louisville, KY from June 16th - 24th, to compete in the 52nd Annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference, the largest showcase and competition for Career and Technical education students. The students participated in eight days of Leadership training and competitions.
This week we had 2 students representing AMCHS at the UIL State Speech & Debate meet held at the University of Texas in Austin. In addition to being state finalists, Elizabeth Palazzolo (persuasive speaking) & Aabid Razvi (informative speaking) placed 2nd & 4th (respectively) in the STATE! Both students competed in extemporaneous speaking events in which they are given 5 current event/issues topics to choose from, and then have 30 minutes to prepare a 7-minute speech on their selected topic before a panel of judges. Elizabeth & Aabid are also both qualified for national tournament in June.
Please find the attached Spring Final Exam Schedule.
A&M Consolidated High School junior Melissa Rasmussen recently scored a 36 - the highest score possible - on the ACT college entrance exam. A&M Consolidated High School junior Melissa Rasmussen recently scored a 36 - the highest score possible - on the ACT college entrance exam.
The Star Educator program is a simple way that parents can honor a teacher/employee for a $10 minimum donation to the CSISD Education Foundation. The deadline is Thursday, May 18th. Parents can also text "CSISDStar" to 41444 to fill out the form and pay with a credit card.
Only 813 students out of more than 135,000 who participated in the entire United States, Taiwan, Canada, England, New Zealand, Australia, Hong King, Netherlands, China, Italy, Germany, Singapore, Belize, France, Spain, Zimbabwe and the United Arab Emirates attained this distinction.