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Home News Local News Robotics award winner rings NYSE closing bell

About a month after a local 17-year-old was awarded a $100,000 scholarship for his work in robot navigation, the College Station A&M Consolidated senior missed classes Tuesday so he could ring the New York Stock Exchange's closing bell.


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Tiger News & Notes

UIL Students Sweep Local Academic Tournament!

Please click here for results from this Saturday’s BCS Area UIL Academic Invitational Tournament. Students competed in their first practice tournament of the year, working with UIL created materials, and did an amazing job.


AMCHS Qualifies 18 Students to NCFL National Speech Tournament

The AMCHS Speech and Debate team traveled to Austin, Texas last Saturday to qualify students to compete at the NCFL National Speech Tournament in Philadelphia on May 24th-26th.

18 Students qualified to compete at the NCFL National Tournament. Please click here to see who qualified!

Consol's Aggie Cup brings state's top golfers to town

Most of the state's top high school golfers will be in town for the Aggie Cup on Monday and Tuesday, a 36-hole event hosted by the A&M Consolidated boys.



The 21-team field includes the state's top seven teams in Class 5A: San Antonio Reagan, Mansfield, Lake Travis, Southlake Carroll, San Antonio Johnson, Austin Westlake and San Antonio Churchill.

"I think this is the best field we've ever had," Consol coach Justin McKown said.

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