OSWEGO, NY – Two Oswego High School students have advanced to the SkillsUSA State Competition this April, after placing in the regional competition held February 27 at SUNY Morrisville.
Oswego High School students Jonathan Wall competed in the Masonry division and placed third, while Zach Bush finished in second place in the Outdoor Power Equipment division.
Nine students from Oswego High School, including Wall and Bush, competed in the Career and Technical Education programming competition, with students from several other BOCES across Central New York.
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