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AcDec to compete at Regional Tournament

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The Academic Decathlon team will compete at a regional tournament at Coppell High School on Feb. 20 and Feb. 21. The program allows students to perform in academic competitions through teams. The competitions cover everything from art and music to science and mathematics. The team has seen improvement through recent years, setting a school record for points last year.

“I definitely don’t want to get too cocky, but I think we will break our school record,” team captain Claire Boschert said. “I don’t know how other teams are doing, but I think we have a legitimate chance of coming in the top three and hopefully winning.”

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