2022 High School Craft Competition: April 1, 2022  

 

And the winners are...

Carpentry:

1st place: Northshore High School

2nd place: Independence High School

3rd place: Hahnville High School

Electrical:

1st place: Justin Luper, Franklinton High School

2nd place:  Christian Neilsen, Franklinton High School

3rd place:  Kolin Bourgeois, St. James Career & College Center

Welding - Beginner:

1st place: Jayce Lee, Hahnville High School

2nd place: Jacob Harper, Pearl River High School

3rd place: Cody Verret, Fontainebleau High School

Welding - Advanced: 

1st place: Ben Schuler, Fontainebleau High School

2nd place: Aydon Keefer, Fontainebleau High School

3rd place: William Varnado, Fontainebleau High School

TEAM - Welding Winner:

Fontainebleau High School

 
Thank you to all of the high schools that participated as well as the numerous industry representatives that made this day a success!
 
 
 
Click photo for a few shots from the day!

 


 



 

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