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Floriculture Team competes in College Station

The THS Floriculture team competed at the Area XII Floriculture Contest in College Station on Saturday, April 7, 2019. While the team did not advance to state, they placed 12th out of 34 teams. Members who competed were Sarah Michna, Sierra Velasquez and Matilda Rydell. "I am truly proud of the girls for their dedication this season." Teacher Haley Kelley said.
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Academic Decathlon Earns Silver

The Taylor High School Academic Decathlon team competed in the State Academic Decathlon competition in Frisco the first weekend of Spring Break and returned home as the State Small School Silver Medal Team. In addition, the team won the Silver Medal in the Super Quiz Oral Relay competition.
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JV Guard Receives Rated Superior

For the first time ever, Taylor High School has had enough girls to have a Varsity and JV Winter Guard.  The JV Guard competed at Marching Auxiliaries' San Antonio Regional at Boerne-Champion High School.  There, they received a Superior Rating, a Choreography Award, and Best in Class.   All but three of the girls in the JV Squad are freshmen or first year guard members.
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THS Awarded Amazon Future Engineer Grant

SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 21, 2019--Amazon announced it will fund computer science courses in more than 1,000 high schools across all 50 states reaching tens of thousands of students from underprivileged, underrepresented, or underserved communities, through its Amazon Future Engineer program. Of the more than 1,000 high schools, more than 700 are classified as Title I schools. Amazon’s funding provides full-year courses designed to inspire, prepare and propel students of all backgrounds to pursue a computer science education and career. According to Computer Science teacher Katrina Sellers, "This grant will allow us to expand our computer science course offerings next year. Not to mention the support and connection with Amazon Web Services and the opportunity for students that take AP Computer Science to apply for $10,000 college scholarships."
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