The North Carolina Association for Scholastic Activities is proud to announce the second winner of the NCASA Scholastic Cup. This year's winner is reigning champion Myers Park High School of Charlotte.
Myers Park finished fourth in the NC Glee Club Competition to overtake NC School of Science and Mathematics and capture the crown.
Myers Park High School earned a top five finish among NCASA member schools in nine out of twelve competitions and won state titles in the State Chess Competition and Odyssey of the Mind. Second place NC School of Science and Mathematics won state titles in Science Bowl, Economics Challenge, Science Olympiad, and State Math Contest, and finished first among member schools in Envirothon.
Congratulations to Myers Park High School and all schools who challenged for the NCASA Scholastic Cup. Myers Park High School's scholastic program is led by principal Thomas Spivey and scholastic director Jason Kline. Final standings and point totals for the top twenty schools:
1 - Myers Park High School - 420 points
2 - NCSSM - 410
3 - Ardrey Kell HS - 275
4 - Atkins A&T HS - 210
5 - Lexington Senior HS - 205
6t - Chapel Hill HS - 150
6t - Early College at Guilford - 150
7 - Raleigh Charter HS - 145
9 - Carrboro HS - 100
10 - RJ Reynolds HS - 90
11 - Northwest Guilford HS - 80
12 - Thomas Jefferson Classical - 65
13 - WH Page HS - 60
14 - Wesleyan Christian Academy - 55
15t - Lincolnton HS - 50
15t - Southern Alamance HS - 50
15t - Newton Conover HS - 50
15t - West Brunswick HS - 50
19 - Jordan-Matthews HS - 35
20 - Mitchell HS - 30
The top ten schools will be recognized at our Annual Meeting hosted by NC School of Science and Mathematics at 11:00 AM on June 26.
NCASA Member schools earn Scholastic Cup points through participation and excellence in NCASA and partner competitions. Five points are earned for participation, and up to fifty more points are earned for a top-ten finish in the state-level competition.