Scarlet Oaks students match skills with other top Ohio students

Three Scarlet Oaks students showed that they are among the top Ohio students in their future career field after completing statewide SkillsUSA competitions.

Noah Dunkley of Indian Hill finished in first place in the Cabinet Making event and will go on to national competition at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference.  He’s in the Construction Framing and Finishing program at Scarlet Oaks.

Jonathan Beare of Goshen took third place in the Job Skill Demo Open category.  He is an Industrial Diesel Mechanics student.

Trent Ehrhardt (Indian Hill) was 11th in the state in the Job Skill Demo A event.  Trent is in the Industrial Diesel Mechanics program.

The SkillsUSA competitions are designed to let students demonstrate their knowledge and skills.  Events were held in more than a hundred categories, from crime scene investigation to web design to culinary arts; this year, some events were held virtually and others in-person.