Judson ISD

Entries Tagged as 'Achievements'

Judson Criminal Justice Team Places In Regional

The Judson High School Criminal Justice Team, part of the district's CTE program, did very well at the Leon Valley Explorer Competition. They competed against high school and agency Explorer teams from across Bexar County and came out shining.  Congratulations to these students

1st place Crime Scene 
1st place Stop and Frisk
3rd place Felony Traffic Stop
3rd place Active Shooter



Judson Baseball Standout Picks School

If you have even casually checked out the high school baseball box scores over the last couple of years, the name Holiday should be familiar. Caimyn Holiday has been one of the most versatile baseball players to come out of Judson in a long time.  He has excelled in virtually any position he's assigned on the field and has shown that his bat speaks for itself as well.  In a recent signing ceremony at Judson High School, Caimyn signed his intent to attend and play baseball at Mary Hardin Baylor University next year.  He led the Rockets to a 15-8 record, 8-6 in district play and finished the season batting .351 with 3 home runs, 15 RBIs, and 21 runs scored.  He swiped 12 bases and as a pitcher, he went 7-1 with an ERA of 2.73 with 46 strikeouts...including a no-hitter against Roosevelt.  


He will take his talent, work ethic and leadership to Belton where MHBU is located and use it to further his education.  Caimyn is also a great student, ranked in the top 6% of his class. He also earned Honorable Mention All-State Choir 2016-17. He wants to pursue a degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis in sports broadcast journalism.  He is the son of Laurie and Tony Holiday. Good luck to this young man as he takes his Rocket Pride to the next level. 


Judson's Lewis Signs With University of Tulsa

Congratulations to JHS Lady Rocket Desiree Lewis on signing her National Letter of Intent with the University of Tulsa, where she will continue her basketball career. Lewis was a four-year letterwinner at Judson High School.  She led her team to 105 wins in four seasons, including a Texas Class 6A Runner Up performance as a senior.  During her senior campaign she averaged 13.5 points, 12.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.0 blocks per game, was tabbed to the San Antonio Express Super Team and was named as the McDonald's Invitational MVP.  Lewis was a four-time all-district performer, including the District Defensive Player of the Year as a senior, a three-time all-region selection and a two-time TABC All-Star and TGAC All-State honoree. 

Duo Act Champions From Judson

State Duo Acting Champs Josh Mayo and Nathaniel Cullors with coaches Larissa Lyons and Larry Bailey (Theater Director)

The Texas Forensics State Tournament recently hosted student performers from all over Texas at La Vernia and breaking out from the herd were two Judson students.  Josh Mayo and Nathaniel Cullors took home the State Championship in Duo Acting.  This is the 4th time the Judson theater department has taken home a championship home from the state tournament.  The reward for a lot of hard work throughout the year. Congratulations


Woodlake Hills MS Choir Hits Superior Note

The choir at Woodlake Hills Middle School has been working hard all year long and the results are showing.  The Mixed Varsity Choir earned a Superior Division1 rating at the Bluebonnet Classic Music Festival.  Way to go...what a great accomplishment!