CFISD secondary campuses place at Texas Science Olympiad

May 29, 2019

CFISD secondary campuses place at Texas Science Olympiad
The Cypress Ranch High School Science Olympiad team placed seventh overall in the C Division of the Texas Science Olympiad, held May 3-4 at Texas A&M University. Three other CFISD high schools finished among the top 20, while Anthony Middle School placed 11th in the B Division.

May 29, 2019—CFISD high school and middle school students represented the district well at the 2019 Texas Science Olympiad, held May 3-4 at Texas A&M University in College Station.

Cypress Ranch High School placed the highest among all CFISD campuses, finishing seventh overall with 215 points in the C Division among 30 participating teams. The Mustangs earned second-place awards in Mission Possible, Mousetrap Vehicle and WiFi Lap, and third-place honors in Wright Stuff, Disease Detective and Fermi Questions.

Cypress Falls High School gave CFISD a second top-10 finisher in the C Division as the Golden Eagles placed 10th.

Two others finished among the top 20 – Jersey Village and Bridgeland high schools placed 16th and 17th, respectively. In addition, Bridgeland earned third-place honors in Music and WiFi Lab.

In the B Division, Anthony Middle School scored 257 total points and placed 11th overall among the 30 participating teams. The Ravens won the Mystery Architecture competition and earned third-place awards in Elastic Launched Gilder and Heredity. Kahla Middle School placed 26th overall.

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