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KHSD students shine at SkillsUSA state competition, winning 29 medals

Over 80 students qualified at the Regional SkillsUSA competition held in March to compete at the state event held in Ontario last week. Students competed in skill fields, including trade, tech, leadership, and entrepreneurship, during the three-day event.

SkillsUSA is a nonprofit national education association that consists of a partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce.

KHSD students were awarded seven Gold Medals, eight Silver Medals, and 14 Bronze Medals. Gold medalists are now qualified to advance to the national competition held in Atlanta this summer.

Congratulations to the following medal-winning students:


Computer Technologies Program: Instructor, Nathan Urmston

Information Technology Services

Logan Mulligan - Gold

Nico Stevens - Bronze



Andrea Paredes - Bronze


Career Pathway Showcase

Conner Franklin - Bronze

Andrew Quintana - Bronze

Julian Duran - Bronze


Technical Computer Applications

Julian Tirado - Silver


Promotional Bulletin Board

Luis Ceja - Silver

Jamie Alfaro - Silver

Brianne St. Michaels - Silver


Welding Program: Instructor, Bill Buzzell

Welding Sculpture

Jack Hester - Bronze


Construction Program: Instructor, Chad Wright

Electrical Wiring

Mathew Yepez - Gold



Braylon Bracamonte - Silver


3D Animation: Instructor, Robert DelTour

3D Animation

Alexander Whorf - Gold

Caleb Reed - Gold

Anastasia Cadenas - Bronze

Abram Meshrky Tawfic - Bronze


Mobile Apps Program, Instructor, Walter Sauzo

Career Pathways Showcase

Erubiel Monterosa - Gold

Rene Reyes - Gold

Danny Solis - Gold



Caleb Bailey - Bronze

Hannah Craft - Bronze

Isiah Polanco - Bronze

Bradyn Reid - Bronze


Advertising Design

Adara Calantas - Bronze


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