Excellence in Academics Assembly (cont)
The Foundation’s Excellence in Academics program honors students who complete the year in the top 15% of their class. Those students receive the Excellence in Academics medallion.
Those first year recipients of the Excellence in Academics honor were Ryan Anderson, Cameryn Bandy, Mandi Bundt, Mia Cardenas, Austen Cesonis, Mackina Chamberlain, Jack Charlton, Will Charlton, Caitlyn Costner, Bradley Cox, Caron Crowley, Michael Dahn, Ethan Danner, Mara Davis, Jack DeVenney, Kathrine Dooley, Maegan Farrimond, Evan Filer, Emma Fischer, Landon George, Kaylee Harp, Aliyah Hasam, Matthew Hasenyager, Landon Hinson, Madison Hoffman, Ethan Inman, Tatum Kelley, Kelsi Knoche, Cassie McDonald, Maria Messer, Jayden Osborn, Elizabeth Reece, Trinity Register, Karley Reynolds, Parker Rowland, Keigan Rowe, Michael Schuhler, Seth Steinbrook, Maria Styron, Amy Tracy, Connor Truman, and Dakota Wehmeyer.
The students earning the Excellence in Academics honor for the second year were Jill Bachman, Tara Barnard, Madison Barnes, Zach Chaney, Briseida Chavez, Briana Chiodini, Emilee Cox, Sam East, Haley Holden, Peyton Holden, Niaya Jackson, Caelen Johnson, Madison Jones, Ayllip Khieu, Bailey Kliewer, Ethan Kohl, Lauren Lasure, Nick Laughlin, Michelle Marrs, Lily Maxwell, Noah Mills, Regan Ours, Arjiana Owens-Gonzales, Emma Parker, Kellie Street, Brennan Travis, Gage Weber, and Peyton Zaring.
Third-year Excellence in Academics recipients were Victoria Bratcher, Kyleigh Brown, Jonathan Buerge, Lanie Carl, Karson Cesonis, Bethany Cox, Jackson Dahn, Hannah Gibbs, Mallory Kimbell, Chrysalin Martin, Drake Mathews, Nicholas McCleave, Anna Saffels, Mason Scrivener, Kayla Stewart, Kaylee Tieman, Audrey Welhoff, Seth Wiebusch, and Ryan Wilson.
Those students earning academic letters, Lamp of Learning pins, and Student Scholar pins for the 2016-17 school year were honored. Students earning a 3.5 or higher grade point average received an academic letter certificate. Students earning a 3.75 or higher received a "Lamp of Learning" pin in addition to their letter certificate.
Thirty-nine earned the highest honor by completing the year with a grade point average of 4.0 or higher. They received a letter certificate, "Lamp of Learning" pin, and a "Student Scholar" pin if it was the first year they had earned the honor. If they had earned the "Student Scholar" pin in a prior year, they received a bar.
Those students who earned a 4.0 or higher in 2015-16 were Victoria Bratcher, Lanie Carl, Karsen Cesonis, Jack Charlton, Jack Dahn, Mara Davis, Hannah Gibbs, Caelen Johnson, Mallory Kimbell, Nick Laughlin, Chrysalin Martin, Nicholas McCleave, Anna Saffels, Mason Scrivener, Kaylee Tieman, Audrey Welhoff, Jill Bachman, Briseida Chavez, Haley Holden, Peyton Holden, Niaya Jackson, Ayllip Khieu, Bailey Kliewer, Ethan Kohl, Arijiana Owens-Gonzales, Gage Weber, Austen Cesonis, Mackina Chamberlain, Will Charlton, Carson Crowley, Kathrine Dooley, Madison Hoffman, Ethan Inman, Jayden Osborn, Michael Schuhler, Seth Steinbrook, Maria Styron, Sylvia Thrift, and Amy Tracy.
In total, 175 students were honored for lettering.
Students who have scored a 30 or higher on the ACT test received certificates and will be inducted into the HHS ACT Hall of Fame. Those honorees included Lanie Carl, Jack Charlton, Jack Dahn, Hannah Gibbs, and Audrey Welhoff.
Ten students were recognized for earning top scores on an Advanced Placement exam last spring. They were Danielle Fox, Hannah Gibbs, Mallory Kimbell, Nicholas Laughlin, Hailey Mahoney, Nick McCleave, Mason Schrivner, Kellie Street, Kaylee Tieman, and Audrey Welhoff.