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Congratulations to Moultrie's QUEST Academic Team for placing 1st in the Middle School Level II competition!
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CONGRATULATIONS to Moultrie's QUEST team for placing 1st in the Middle School Level II QUEST academic competition.

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QUEST is an academic competition where students from Charleston, Berkeley, and Dorchester counties compete in six different categories: Science, Social Studies, Mathematics, Public Speaking, Composition, and Visual Arts. 

Approximately 1,400 students from 42 public schools throughout Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties battled for top honors at the 33rd Annual Quest Academic Competition held at Trident Technical College Thornley Campus in North Charleston.

Students participated in four levels of competition: Level I-grade 6, Level II-grades 7-8, Level III-grades 9-10 and Level IV-grades 11-12. Students competed and earned points in team competitions in math, science and social studies, and in individual competitions including composition, public speaking and visual arts. Special competitions were held in automotive, computer-aided design, computer programming, culinary, engineering design and construction, horticulture, Spanish, video/film and welding. Schools whose students earned the most total points won overall awards at each level.

Overall awards were given to 15 schools. At Level I (grade 6), Camp Road Middle School won first place, Thomas C. Cario Middle School placed second and DuBose Middle School finished in third place.

At Level II (grades 7-8), Moultrie Middle School took top honors, while Rollings Middle School of the Arts placed second and Palmetto Scholars Academy finished third.

 At Level III (grades 9-10), Academic Magnet High School claimed first place with Hanahan High School in second. There was a four-way tie for third place between Fort Dorchester, James Island Charter, Philip Simmons and Wando high schools.

At Level IV (grades 11-12) Ashley Ridge High School won first place with Wando and Stratford high schools finishing in second and third places, respectively.

The QUEST competition was developed by Trident Technical College to promote academic excellence, provide an academic challenge to students, and recognize top students, teachers and schools.

Click here for a complete list of winners

Go Moultrie!


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