|Current Victor:||Lubbock High School|
|National Titles:||1984•1985•1986•1988•1990 1991•1992•1993•1996•1997•2000|
List of competing schools
|1986•1987•1988•1989•1990•1991•1992 1993•1994•1995•1996•1997•1998•1999 2000•2001•2002•2003•2004•2005•2006|
After outscoring Clements High School at district competition, Dulles High School lost regional competition to Clements, but finally overcame their rival to win by 25 points, which remains the smallest margin of victory in the history of the Texas Academic Decathlon state finals.
Competition Site: Klein Forest High School
Overall Team Scores
|1||Fort Bend ISD||Dulles High School||44,177|
|2||Fort Bend ISD||Clements High School||44,152|
|3||Richardson ISD||J.J. Pearce High School||43,961|
|4||Richardson ISD||Lake Highlands High School||43,573|
|5||Spring Branch ISD||Stratford High School||43,074|
|1||Hayes Consolidated ISD||Hayes High School||35,133|
Super Quiz Winner: Three-way tie between Lee High School (Goose Creek ISD), Bryan High School (Bryan ISD), and Dulles High School (Fort Bend ISD)
Overall Individual Results
The top student in each GPA category won a $4,000 scholarship. In addition, each member of the state champion Dulles team garnered $4,000 scholarships, Clements' runner-up decathletes each received $2,000 scholarships, and third place J. J. Pearce team members each earned $1,000.
KPRC Local 2 news anchor Bill Balleza emceed the awards luncheon.