KHS Students Place at State SkillsUSA Competition

Skills USA Team

This past spring, several Kimberly High School students competed at the SkillsUSA State contest at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. The 2022 conference featured more than 1,800 middle and high school students, more than 200 teachers, and over 300 industry volunteers working in more than 80 competitions. Competitions were conducted in a wide array of skill sets, including Architectural Drafting/CAD, Automotive Service Technology, Cabinetmaking, Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, Masonry, Robotics and Automation, Welding, Woodworking, and dozens more. Congratulations to the below students for placing in this year's competition!

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2022 State Competition Results 


2nd Place - Welding Fabrication (Team)
Owen Ley, Eli Gerner, Drew Vanden Heuvel

2nd Place - Welding Skill
Isaiah Hohnberger

3rd Place - Welding Skill
Ty Van Sambeek

8th Place - Precision Machining 
Leon Fuller

6th Place - Precision Machining 
Evan Stanislawski

7th Place - Precision Machining
Luke Mohr

15th Place - Carpentry 
Ben Meza

2nd Place - Masonry 
Tyler Carpenter

6th Place - Masonry 
Cole Brans