Three University High School graduates recently returned from national technical competition after placing in the top 10 of their divisions.
Six U-Hi graduates and students competed at the National Student Technical Conferences in Washington, D.C., last month. They traveled with U-Hi teacher Dan Obenchain. About 3,000 students from across the nation competed.
Brett Seefeldt and Jessica Coombs, competing as a team, won first in Construction Systems.
Heather Castanguay placed third in technical process display competition and also in the top 10 in architectural computer drafting. Coombs placed in the top 10 in preparatory presentation. Seefeldt placed in the top 10 in promotional communication.
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