Students from Catholic High School in Baton Rouge placed first, third and an honorable mention in the 2018 Congressional App Challenge competition. Mack Kemper, a senior, and Christian Thompson, a sophomore, placed first with a school safety application, UniteSMS, which could be used in an emergency to allow teachers and students to verify they are physically safe. Juniors Jeremy Worley and Mateo Rosas took third place, creating a charitable donation application to run on cell phone platforms. Receiving an honorable mention were juniors Josh Harold and Jefferson Koonce for their application that creates a secure password manager. CHS 1990 graduate Congressman Garret Graves (R-Baton Rouge) visited Catholic High on Dec. 3 to present the students with their awards. Photo provided by Richard Beaugh | Catholic High School