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Students from WCPS Place at KAAC State Finals

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Multiple students from Warren County Public Schools competed in the Kentucky Association of Academic Competition's State Finals.  Over 11,000 students competed for spots to come to the state finals.  More than 1,500 students competed at the state finals.  Among them, the following students & teams earned state titles:

  • Joseph Strom, Greenwood High School, 4th place, Science

  • 1st Place Jr. FPS Alternates - Grace Young

  • 4th Place Jr FPS-Lost River Elementary, Edin Salihovic, Cooper Phelps, Irelynn Harper, Sary Ramirez Hernandez 

  • Kendel Elmer, Rich Pond Elementary, 2nd place, Jr. Division Scenario Writing

  • Amelia Baker, Rich Pond Elementary, 5th place, Jr. Division Scenario Writing

  • Levi Garret, SW Middle School, 7th place, General Knowledge; 6th place, Arts & Humanities

  • SWMS, Quick Recall Team, 4th place, Levi Garret, Mason Gordon, Cooper Brownlee, Elliot Davies (starters); Kenny Chen, Arjun Patel, Lucy Veith, David Taylor, Bryce Blaine, & Matthew Berry

  • Gracie Veith, South Warren High School, 1st place, Sr. Division FPS Alternates

  • Lilia Compton, SW High School, 4th place, Middle Grades Division Scenario Writing

  • Amogh Patnaik, SWHS, 9th place, math; 9th place science

  • Hosam Brula, SWHS, 10th place science

  • Korrin Green, SWHS, 10th place arts & humanities

  • Beatriz Oliveira Antunes, 4th place, written composition

  • SWHS, Quick Recall Team, 5th place, Daniel Berry, Hosam Brula, Cesca Poole, Vannieda Sun, Amogh Patnaik, Forrest Wooters, Korrin Green, Keaton Garrison, Suan Hau, & Rishi Koodali

  • South Warren High School was the 6th place team in overall point standings in the state.


Additionally, a few teams earned spots in the Future Problem Solving Program International competition to be held on the campus of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst this summer.  They will not only be representing Warren County, but also the state of Kentucky.  Those teams are:

  • Rich Pond Elementary, 1st Place Jr. Division, Kendel Elmer, Amelia Baker, Hamilton Thomas, & Hallie Price

  • South Warren Middle School, 5th Place (Middle Grades Division), Cooper Brownlee, Naira Mustafic, Jackson Calvert, & Ava Walker

  • South Warren High School, 2nd place (High School Division), Beatriz Oliveira Antunes, Ryleigh Johnson, Baylor Newlove, & Ella Pile


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