On October 12th and 13th, our Landscape Architecture & Construction students participated in the Ohio High School Landscape Olympics (OHLO). OHLO tests students' skills through hands-on, competitive events designed by industry professionals. The competition broadens the high school education experience and introduces students to the many opportunities offered by a career in the green industry.
OHLO is open to all Ohio High Schools and Career Centers with horticulture programs. Single teams from all participating schools may compete in all events, or just a few. Competitive events test the student’s abilities to interact in a hands on environment. Events are planned, implemented and scored by industry sponsors using guidelines generated by OGIA.
Congratulations to all of our DACC competitors!
- Hardscape Installation – Noah Young and Bryan Rizo
- Arborist Skills – Noah Young and Hunter Trausch
- Skid Steer – Hunter Trausch
- Truck and Trailer – Noah Young and Mason Barbeau
- Landscape Maintenance – Bryan Rizo and Mason Barbeau
- Surveying – Thomas Griffin and Azaria Juillet
Top Individual Placings:
- 7th place – Hunter Trausch
- 2nd Place – Bryan Rizo - $50 cash award
- 1st Place – Noah Young - $100 cash award
3rd Place Overall Team:
Noah Young, Bryan Rizo, Hunter Trausch, Cesar Romero-Martinez, Jordan Braley, Thomas Griffin, Azaria Juillet, Noah Berman, Mason Barbeau
The team will receive a $500 award for the program.