Issaquah and Auburn Mountainview Claim National Titles

16 WCTSMA schools participated in this year's online national championship competition May 18-20, 2015. Issaquah High School was crowned national champion of the Cramer division for large schools over 2000 students. Auburn Mountainview claimed the national title for medium schools under 2000 students. The following is a complete list of finishers for the association at the national championships.

Cramer Division:
Issaquah HS 1st place
Wenatchee HS 5th place
South Kitsap HS 7th place
Kent Meridian HS 9th place
Moses Lake HS 10th place
Davis HS 12th place

Jaybird Mais Division:
Auburn Mountainview HS 1st place
Auburn HS 5th place
North Kitsap HS 6th place
Enumclaw HS 9th place
Ferndale HS 10th place
Stanwood HS 11th place
Eastmont HS 12th place

Alert Services Division:
Olympic HS 4th place
North Mason HS 5th place
Orting HS 8th place

Summer Leadership August 13, 2015 at Kayak Point Park Stanwood

Come check out our Summer Leadership Conference for 2015 at Kayak Point Park in Stanwood, Washington. Your newly appointed State Officers will lead the activities for the day. The fun starts at 12pm followed by a BBQ hosted by your Board of Directors at 4pm. Registration will be available here shortly. We will also offer online credit card payment this year. Look forward to seeing everyone there!

30 WCTSMA Schools Qualify for Nationals

2015 WCTSMA National Qualifiers

Big Schools:
Issaquah
Wenatchee
S. Kitsap
Mt. Vernon
Kent Meridian
Moses Lake
Davis
Graham-Kapowsin
Skyline
Eisenhower

Medium Schools:
Auburn Mt. View
Enumclaw
Auburn
Olympic
N. Kitsap
Mt. Si
C. Kitsap
Ferndale
Yelm
Stanwood

Alternates for Medium Schools:
Monroe
Bremerton
Eastmont
Edmonds-Woodway
Lynnwood
Kentlake

Small Schools:
Klahowya
Orting
Centralia
Franklin Pierce
East Valley-Yakima
North Mason
Lynden
Cedarcrest
Kingston
Elma

 

WCTSMA State Starts Today

Over 800 WCTSMA members are expected to converge on the Spokane Convention Center today 4/24/15. With support staff, exhibitors, and guests our association expects over 1000 participants at this year's Spring Symposium and State Competition. This year marks the 21st annual meeting slated to start at 9am this morning. Leadership activities start this morning with testing this afternoon. Tomorrow is busy with all day testing followed by our closing awards ceremony.