Computer science students earn awards at competitions

At Skills USA State Conference in Corpus Christi, Thomas Schwalen, Tanner Davis, and Austin Carter received third place in Interactive Application and Video Game Design. ‚ÄčOn Monday, theUIL Computer Science team, Andre Montague, Cread Dotson, Reilly Davis, and Kristopher Hayes, took 3rd place at the district UIL meet.

Computer science students advance to state competition

Computer science students competed in computer programming and video game design this weekend at the Skills USA competition in Beaumont.The following students placed and will advance to state: Interactive Applications and Video Game Design: Austin Carter, Thomas Schwalen and Tanner Davis – 1st place team Computer Programming: Andre Montague – 1st place

Computer Science team takes 6th place

Five students competed in the Texas A&M Computer Science Contest: Internet Privacy ’11 on Saturday along with teams from 16 other schools in the state.

The team, made up of sponsor Jason Cordes, sophomores Nathaniel Colwell and Terry Polsgrove, juniors Gabriel Harrison and Jenna Williams and senior Rachel Bryan, secured sixth place in the competition.