LEXINGTON, S.C. — Students at Pleasant Hill Middle School showed off their range of talent during a state competition this spring.
On March 25, drama students competed at the South Carolina Speech and Theatre Association’s Middle School Festival alongside hundreds of South Carolina theater students.
Kathryn D. Capili took the top honor in Solo Acting with a first-place performance. She has also been accepted into the South Carolina Governor’s School of the Arts and Humanities’ Summer Discovery program.
In addition, the festival recognized Sydney L. Bell, Kathryn Capili, Torsha Dey, Jackson L. McKelvey, Maxwell E. McKenna, Josiah D. Schrodt and Alli M. Silver, who collectively won second place in Musical Theatre for their performance of “High School Musical 2;” Elin M. Johnson with a second place in Storytelling; Jacob S. Rawson, who won second place in Impromptu Speaking; and Alli M. Silver and Ulyssia S. Walker who were recognized with third place in Duet Improvisation.