At the high-school level, the top three competitors were East Early College HS, Milby HS, and E-STEM West. Lanier MS, Pin Oak MS, and T.H. Rogers earned bragging rights in grades 7 and 8, while Roberts ES (pictured), T. H. Rogers, and Lovett ES took the highest honors at the finals held for grades 3-6.
Due to the sheer volume of participants at the lower elementary level, final competitions were held at three different times (morning, mid-day, and afternoon) on three consecutive days in late March, resulting in nine first-, second-, and third-place winners each for grades K-2. Those schools are listed below:
First place: Askew ES, Berry ES, Bush ES, Condit ES, Horn ES, Kolter ES, School at St. George Place, Scroggins ES, West University ES
Second place: Energized for Excellence, Harvard ES, Mandarin Chinese Language Immersion Magnet School, Patterson ES, Poe ES, Roberts ES, Rogers ES, Sutton ES, Twain ES
Third place: Briargrove ES, Daily ES, Garcia ES, Herod ES, Oak Forest ES, Piney Point ES, River Oaks ES, Wharton K-8 Dual Language
To see more photos from the competitions, please visit the Library Services website.