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Students Attend 2018 SCJCL Spring Forum

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On Saturday March 17th, 38 students from the TBCS Latin National Honor Society chapter attended the 2018 South Carolina Junior Classical League (SCJCL) Spring Forum at White Knoll High School in Lexington, SC, for a day of testing, Spirit competition, projects, individual races, chariot races, certamen, elections for State office, and general fun with Latin students from the following schools: Brookland-Cayce H.S., Dreher H.S., Hand Middle School, Wando High School, Lexington High School, River Bluff High School, Summerville High School, White Knoll High School, and the University School of the Lowcountry.
Two TBCS students were elected as State Officers:

  • Sophomore Andrew Saverance is the new SCJCL 1st Vice President. He will be in charge of organizing the 2018 Fall Workshop.
  • Junior Carson Munn is the new SCJCL President. He will be in charge of organizing the 2019 Spring Forum at TBCS!

Here are some results from the forum competitions:
High School Testing:

  • Ancient Geography: Ben Naso, 2nd PlaceMythology: Sullivan Smith, 1st Place; Jack Cleveland, 2nd; Grace Cleveland, 5th Place
  • Daily Life: Grace Cleveland, 3rd PlaceRoman Empire History: Harrison Corns, 1st Place; Eleanor Farrell, 2nd Place
  • Classical Art: Sullivan Smith, 1st Place; Reagan Saunders, 5th Place
  • Latin Deriv. I: Miles Blum, 2nd Place; Trystan Elliott, 3rd Place; Carson Munn, 4th
  • Adv. Latin Deriv.: Jack Cleveland and Grace Cleveland, 2nd Place; Ruth Player, 5th
  • Latin Gram. I: Etta McLeod, 4th Place; Sky Yu, 5th Place
  • Adv. Gram: Jack Cleveland, 3rd Place; Morgan Terry, 5th Place
  • Latin Voc. I: Helen Player, 3rd Place
  • Latin Voc. II: Haley Davis, 3rd Place
  • Adv. Voc.: Ruth Player, 5th Place

Middle School Testing:

  • Ancient Geography: Townsend Matthews and Grace Munn, 5th Place
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