CLERMONT - Bernheim Middle School celebrated a huge success at the Junior State Beta Convention in Louisville.
BMS placed second overall in the competition out of more than 100 schools.
Students took five top honors in competitions, including Kiana Cramer for Cross Stitch, Kayley Strange for Needlepoint and Sarah Schaaf for Color Photography.
The school also won first place for best t-shirt design, which Schaaf created.
Collectively, BMS earned the most points and a first place title in the overall Crafts Competition Sweepstakes.
Chloe Buday took second place in the On-Demand Poetry competition and earned a third place in Jewelry.
Schaaf earned another honor with a third place in Pen/Pencil Sketch.
The BMS team also earned an overall third place in the Arts Sweepstakes.
Isaac Mitchell tried out for the Junior Beta State Reporter’s position, completing a speech onstage in front of 4,000 state competitors.
BMS Junior Beta team co-sponsor include Jennifer Faith, Jennifer Harrison and Patrick Swencki.