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Curriculum Contest attracts 1,200 students from 65 schools

Curriculum Contest

Curriculum Contest

DURANT, Okla. – Some 1,200 students from 65 high schools competed in the 105th Inter-High School Curriculum Contest Thursday at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. The students participated in various academic events in one of the oldest events in the state.

Winners announced in Curriculum Contest

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Students competed in a number of events Thursday at the 101st Curriculum Contest at Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University hosted the 101st edition of the Oklahoma Inter-High School Curriculum Contest on Thursday.

Dr. James Britton, Professor in the Chemistry, Computer and Physical Sciences Department, served as director of the event.

The contest involved more than 1,600 students from 68 area high schools, who participated in 41 contests with trophies and medals presented to winning schools and individuals.

Exams covered numerous subjects, including art, accounting, speech, journalism, literature, drama, modern languages, mathematics, science, English, social science, music, and computers.

The winning schools, by division, are listed below:

Division 1

1.    Kiowa Public Schools

2.    Coleman High School

3.    Smithville High School

Division 2

1.    Latta High School

2.    Rock Creek High School

3.    Silo Public Schools

Division 3

1.    Plainview High School

2.    Dickson High School

3.    Lone Grove High School

Division 4

1.    Durant High School

2.    McAlester High School

3.    Ardmore High School

 

Southeastern hosts Curriculum Contest

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University will host the annual Curriculum Contest Thursday (March 27) on the Durant campus.

One of the oldest events of its kind in the state, the first Curriculum Contest was held at Southeastern in 1910.

Contest director Dr. James Britton said, “The curriculum contest offers an opportunity for high school students in southeastern Oklahoma to demonstrate their proficiency in a broad range of subjects as they compete against their peers.       Thus far, we have more than 1,600 students from 68 schools who will participate in 41 contests.”

Students will also be offered entertainment, several lunch options, and the opportunity for advisement and enrollment if they wish.

“Southeastern is proud to be able to present this contest for high school students who wish to compete academically and we are grateful to the sponsors who make this possible,’’ Britton said.

The day’s activities will begin at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in the Glen D. Johnson Student Union.

Winners announced at Curriculum Contest

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University hosted the 100th-annual Curriculum Contest Thursday.

Exams covered numerous subjects, including mathematics, science, English, foreign languages, fine arts and computers. The winning schools, by division, are listed below:

The computer lab was the site of several contests Thursday.

The computer lab was the site of several contests Thursday.

Students participate in the art competition Thursday at the Curriculum Contest.

Students participate in the art competition Thursday at the Curriculum Contest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Division 1

  1. Kiowa High School
  2. Smithville High School
  3. Coleman High School

Division 2

  1. Latta High School
  2. Calera High School
  3. Haworth High School

Division 3

  1. Plainview High School
  2. Dickson High School
  3. Lone Grove High School

Division 4

  1. Durant High School
  2. Broken Bow High School
  3. Ardmore High School

99th-annual Curriculum Contest scheduled for March 29

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University will host the 99th-annual Curriculum Contest on Thursday, March 29.

Dr. James Britton, Professor in the Chemistry, Computer and Physical Sciences Department, is in his second year as coordinator of the curriculum contest.

“This is a tremendous opportunity for our area high schools and for Southeastern,” Britton said. “It’s a chance for the students to compete and be introduced to Southeastern at the same time.”

“The contest will be all computerized this year. We’ve been working on this project for almost a year now. It should be easier for everybody involved.”

The curriculum contest will feature approximately 2,500 students from 70 area high schools participating in 40 contests with trophies and medals awarded to winning schools and students.

Exams will cover numerous subjects, including mathematics, science, English, foreign language and computers.

Along with the academic competition, there will be lots of fun activities and seniors will have the opportunity to enroll while on campus.

Southeastern hosts 98th Curriculum Contest on March 31

Southeastern hosts 98th Curriculum Contest on March 31

Press Release Date: 3-28-2011

DURANT, Okla. – Southeastern Oklahoma State University will host the 98th annual Curriculum Contest on Thursday, March 31.

Dr. James Britton, Professor in the Chemistry, Computer and Physical Sciences Department, is the curriculum contest coordinator.

The contest will feature approximately 2,500 students from 70 area high schools participating in 40 contests with trophies and medals awarded to best schools and students.

Exams will cover numerous subjects, including mathematics, science, English, foreign language, and computers.

Along with lots of fun activities, seniors will have the opportunity to enroll while on campus.

Curriculum Contest at Southeastern

Curriculum Contest at Southeastern

Press Release Date: 3-31-2011

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Curriculum Contest at Southeastern

DURANT, Okla. – Students “make waves” Thursday as Southeastern Oklahoma State University hosted the 98th annual Curriculum Contest. The event featured approximately 2,500 students from 70 area high schools participating in 40 contests with trophies and medals awarded to best schools and students. Exams covered numerous subjects, including mathematics, science, English, foreign language, and computers.