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February 7, 2013

PROGRESS REPORT: Education Briefs

CHEROKEE COUNTY — Talent show tonight

The 13th annual Jaguar Capers Talent Show begins at 7 p.m. tonight in Buckner Chapel, on the Jacksonville College Campus, 105 B.J. Albritton Drive. Tickets are $2 per person and are available at the door. Proceeds benefit the theater department. Refreshments will be on sale in the lobby.

The Brook Hill School honor roll announced

To encourage academic excellence, Brook Hill recognizes students who have done well academically by publishing a Headmaster’s Honor Guard and Honor Guard list each semester. HEADMASTER HONOR GUARD (earned all A’s)

6th Grade:  Peyton Adams,  Kasey Anderson,  Emma Bynum,  Caleb Collins,  Peyton Moore,  Olivia Pirtle,  Justin Powell,  Amie Regester,  James Shipp,  Holly Stadelmann,  Wes Tolleson,  Zoe Ward; 7th Grade: Tori Goddard,  Bailey Gunter,  Saahir Khawaja,  Allie Lake,  Conner Sciarrini,  Joanna Zhu; 8th Grade:  Alaina Arnold,  Alex Ellis,  Travis Hester,  Alec Kitt,  Michelle Krutza,  Michael Omini,  Megan Priddy,  Dylan Smith,  Kat Stadelmann,  Kyle Webb; 9th Grade: Chipper Adams,  Bailey Bickerstaff,  Allie Childers,  Anna Cool,  Lauren Ellison,  Clayton Engel,  McCray Fletcher,  Tara Jenkins,  Eli Langley,  Abigail McCall,  Morgan Moss,  Charlie Niles; 10th Grade: Danielle Adams,  Morgan Brooks,  Michael Chen,  Matthew Kimball,  Avery Langemeier,  Anna Lee,  Nate Li,  Christine Lu,  Chase McDermott,  Ben Nguyen,  Tiffany Pu,  Kyle Regester,  Haleigh Smith,  Cowboy Xie; 11th Grade:   Daniel Choi,  Lily Cool,  Kelsey Kilgore,  Liam Larrinaga,  Suyang Li,  Wei Lin,  Sean Liu,  Maria Moore,  Hannah Sha,  Samuel Willis,  Amber Wright,  Sophie Wu; 12th Grade: Tosin Afolabi,  Emily Allen,  Abigail Baker,  Coleman Beam,  Nicholas Cool,  Sam Davis,  Michael Denninghoff,  Alyssa Eden,  Timber Garner,  Kali Hall,  Caleb Latson,  George Qin,  Jessica Tipton,  Kirby Vinson  

HONOR GUARD (earned at least one A and no grades lower than a B)

6th Grade:  Caroline Artmire,  Hana Buckley,  Colton Drennan,  Carson Ezell,  Caleb Frederick,  Anna Kitt,  Alexandra Koenig,  Hunter Low,  Logan Mimms,  Russell Richardson,  Landry Robbins; 7th Grade: McKenzie Adkins,  Maddie Anthony,  Kyla Carden,  Meagan Cudd,  Campbell Fletcher,  Haddon Frederick,  Creigh Galyean,  Zoe Hayes,  Hannah Hengen,  Josh Jenkins,  Chesley Kelly,  Keaton Kilgore,  Anna Luker,  Addison McJunkins,  Tyler Overbeek,  Ashlee Regester,  Katie Roark,  Jaden Robertson,  Mac Rose,  Hailley Slaughter,  Colby White,  MiKayla Willis; 8th Grade: Montana Adkins,  Brennan Beavers,  Yiling Cao,  Lauren Eden,  Raegan Hayes,  Anne Kimball,  Anneliese Larrinaga,  Mackenzie Logan,  Chad Niles,  Ben Thomas,  Madeline Travis,  Brianna Young; 9th Grade: Val Allen,  Jacob Dumesnil,  Andrew Edwards,  Alexandra Ferris,  Myles Inglish,  Hunter Knight,  Abby Marshall,  Summer Nasser,  Diego Ortiz,  Sheri Russell,  Lane Snavely,  Julia Troxell,  Matthew Wang,  Emily Webb; 10th Grade: Jake Anderson,  Samantha Anderson,  Hope Cooper,  Claire Dixon,  Grant Hanks,  Mimi Jackson,  Megan Kumpe,  Gabe Lucio,  Louie Luo,  Erica Luong,  Janet Nwachukwu,  Elim Oluwole,  Daniel Priddy,  Matt Webb,  D'Luis West;   11th Grade: Gyuhyo Choi,  Hayley Dumesnil,  Nikki Evans,  Morgan Fore,  Jonah Gonzales,  Evan Hayes,  Yulong He,  Josh Heingartner,  Hayden Langemeier,  Jon Luper,  Sam Marrs,  Hayden McMullen,  Brittany NeJame,  Logan Smith,  Ivy Sudduth,  Caleb Wagner,  Kendall Wells,  Jeffrey Yeager;   12th Grade: Michael Ann,  Ashley Choi,  Abbigail English,  Bailey Franklin,  Luke Humphries,  Kendall Kerns,  Dan Mehling,  Collin Mondrik,  Jim Mullicane,  Quintin Pile,  Drew Robertson,  Baylee Rozell,  Drew Swink,  Grant Troxell,  Kemp Walker,  Will Weathers,  Sarah Zhou.

 

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