Eighteen Mansfield ISD high school students showcased their technical skills at the state level and came home as top medalists.
The students participated in the SkillsUSA Texas Leadership and Skills Conference in Corpus Christi.
They competed against other high schoolers in various career-specific categories, such as architecture, machinery and radio production.
MISD had seven gold medalists, seven silver medalists and four bronze medalists.
The seven gold medalists will compete against other state winners June 19-23 in Louisville, Kentucky at the SkillsUSA Championships. The national contest is considered the world’s largest showcase of skilled trades.
Congratulations to the following students:
- Jesse Avila, Mansfield High School - Architecture Modeling
- Jacob Dawson, Legacy High School - Carpentry
- Daniel Gomez, Lake Ridge High School - Architecture Modeling
- Bryanna Houser, Summit High School - Audio/Radio Production
- Kailyn Newsom, Summit High School - Audio/Radio Production
- Maya Rubio, Lake Ridge High School - Architecture Modeling
- Xavier Willie, Lake Ridge High School - Architecture Modeling
- Ethan Belanger, Frontier High School - Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Technician
- Kyle Carmichael, Legacy High School - CNC Milling Specialist
- Mason Hookstead, Timberview High School - CNC Turning Specialist
- Jesiah Osorio, Lake Ridge High School - Architecture Modeling
- Felicity Veliz, Legacy High School - Audio/Radio Production
- Steven Wheeler, Summit High School - Audio/Radio Production
- Arantza Zamudio, Summit High School - Architecture CAD Drafting
- Nick Crook, Legacy High School - Team Works
- Ben Leger, Legacy High School - Team Works
- Caleb Padgett, Mansfield High School - Team Works
- Brenner Stahl, Mansfield High School - Team Works
SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. Its mission is to enhance the lives and careers of students, instructors and industry representatives as they strive to be champions at work.
Learn more about SkillsUSA here.