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UIL Concert and Sight Reading Results

The Consolidated Orchestras hosted UIL Concert and Sight Reading Contest yesterday.15 orchestras performed at this contest at both the middle school and High School levels. Both AMCHS Orchestras received 1's (Superior ratings) in both Concert and Sight Reading.

UIL Vocal Solo And Ensemble Results

31 A&M Consolidated High School musicians earned high marks at the regional UIL Vocal solo and ensemble contest and were certified to attend the state contest in May. The 31 AMCHS students advancing to state earned 36 superior ratings in their performance of a class one selection.

Color guard places 2nd

The AMCHS color guard come in second place at their competition this weekend after being bumped to a harder competitive level! This is the second time this year the guard has come in second place!

SkillsUSA District 7 – 2018 Results

Congratulations to all of our students who placed at the SkillsUSA District 7 Competition. These contests consist of technical information tests as well as hands-on production, troubleshooting and application. Our students performed extremely well and we had 70 students qualify for the State SkillsUSA Competition to be held in Corpus Christi.

Science Fair

Four AMCHS students competed on February 22nd at the Austin Regional Science and Engineering Fair. Student Awards include:
Maya Girimaji - 1st place division winner in Biochemistry
Avha Mohanty - 3rd place division winner in Animal Science
Michael Sprintson - US Air Force Award, 1st place division winner in Physics and Astronomy
Each of these three students earned a chance to compete at the state science fair in March in San Antonio.Olivia Conway also competed and represented our school well.

FCCLA Regional Conference

The AMCHS FCCLA Chapter attended our Regional Conference in Galveston this past weekend. Hannah Turner earned 3rd place in Region STAR event competition and will advance to state competition in Dallas with the interior design event. Mya Jackson earned a bronze medal for the FCCLA Creed and Mission assessment test. Our FCCLA Chapter was recognized for an increase in membership as we doubled our membership numbers this year.

Swimming Results at State

The AMCHS Swim team broke 5 school records in one meet, including the oldest school record on the board, going back to 1990. Senior Peter Simmons and freshman Kaitlyn Owens both brought home individual golds medals, with Peter winning the fly for the 2nd year in a row and making it a 3-peat in backstroke. Kaitlyn won the backstroke and got 2nd in the 50 free, breaking her own school record in each. Junior Andrew Zhang broke Brian Randall's 28-year-old boys 200 freestyle record, and our girls 400 free relay (Owens, Peng, Crisciteillo & Kyleigh Harrell) broke the school record while claiming silver in one of the closest and most exciting races of the meet (.08 difference between 1st and 3rd). Our boys medley (Simmons, Zhang, James Rude and Tobia Doerr-Garcia) also broke the school record and got a silver medal behind a Highland Park team that had to break the 5A state record to out-touch us by less than a second. The boys and girls finished 4th in the team standings, and Peter was named the boys 5A TISCA State Swimmer of Meet.

Tiger Wrestling qualifies 7 for state

The boys team placed fourth at the UIL Region 3-5A wrestling tournament. Five boys and both girls qualified for the state tournament on 2-23&24.
Mason Kruljac won the 145# weight class. He is now a 3x district and 3x regional champion!
Leonard White placed second at 170#
Anthony Criscione 113# and Bryson Foust at 220# placed fourth.
Jacob Sanchez at 126# placed fifth.
Both Mikayla Hodnett at 138# and Nadia Vejar at 148# placed third.

AMCHS Speech & Debate Earns State, National Qualifications

This past weekend, the Tiger Forensics Speech & Debate Team competed at our annual national qualifying tournament in Temple, TX. In addition to bringing home 1st place sweepstakes in Congressional Debate and 2nd place overall sweepstakes, Consol will also be sending SEVEN students to NSDA Nationals this summer in Ft. Lauderdale! Of our seven qualifiers, three of these students are freshman- this is a momentous feat, as they are the first freshmen in recent history to qualify for nationals from AMCHS!

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