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LEXINGTON — White Knoll High School students brought home multiple awards from a challenging competition.

The South Carolina Junior Classical League Spring Forum, held on March 18, tested students in the areas of Latin, creative arts, and Greek and Roman history. WKHS’s Upper Certamen Quiz Bowl Team, consisting of Logan L. Carabo, Michael C. Dooley, Mary M. Lightsey and Mary E. Snow, won second place overall.

Individual first-place winners included Mary Lightsey for Advanced Latin Derivatives, Eden M. Snow for both Photography and Greeting Cards, and Mary Snow for Advanced Latin Grammar. Mary Snow also won second place for Digitally Enhanced Photography.

Additionally, Carabo was named president of the S.C. Junior Classical League.

Students participating in their school’s chapter of the S.C. Junior Classical League celebrate and learn about the civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome.

 

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