1st Place Penncrest Hosts Hi-Q Championship
Penncrest takes a new Hi-Q record, making it to the finals for the 27th time.
Penncrest High School will host the Hi-Q Championship on March 12, for the fourth time in a row.
Hi-Q is the oldest academic competition in the country.
In the semifinals, Penncrest took first place with 50 points and an overall 171 points this season. Springfield and Marple Newtown high schools tied for second place with 44 points, according to the Delco News Network.
Hi-Q Semifinal Ranks
- 3rd Place Haverford High School
- 4th Place Strath Haven High School
- 5th Place Delaware County Christian School