Bucks County World Language Tournament Held at WTHS
Students from several schools across the county participated in Wednesday's competition.
William Tennent High School hosted approximately 450 students from 15 different schools across Bucks County Wednesday afternoon for the county's fourth annual World Language Competition.
"It's incredible to see the future of Bucks County's world languages together, celebrating our diversity and love of languages," said organizer and WTHS Spanish Teacher Ariel Vargas.
The pop-quiz style event featured three rounds of 12 questions, and covered topics such as translation, spelling, vocabulary and culture.
Teams were competing on levels from basic to advanced and were awarded ribbons based on the number of points achieved.
Blue ribbons were awarded to teams scoring more than 30 points, red ribbons were awarded to teams with a score between 25 to 29 points, and white ribbons were awarded to teams that scored below 24 points.
The results from the competition are as follows:
|School Name||Number of Teams||Number of Blue Ribbons||Number of Red Ribbons||Number of White Ribbons|
|Council Rock South HS||6||4||1||1|
|Central Bucks South HS||5||3||1||1|
|William Tennent HS||5||1||2||2|
|Central Bucks West HS||4||1||1||2|
|Council Rock North HS||8||3||5|
Central Bucks East HS
|Log College MS||1||1|