Columbia High School award recognitions announced
Tyrrell County Schools has announced academic honorees for Columbia High School.
To qualify for the Principal’s List, a student must make no grade lower than 90. To qualify for the Honor Roll, a student must make no grade lower than 80.
Second Quarter Principal’s List
9th Grade: Carson Bryan, Aiden Bryant, Brayaa Franco Gonzalez, Reagan Phelps and Lee Scripture IV.
10th Grade: Layla Beals, Tucker Fleming, McKinley Gardner, Leticia Gonzalez-Ochoa, Mia Martinez-Garcia,
Leah Payne, Saige Roughton, Alaina Sawyer and Stephen Spruill.
11th Grade: Colyen Edwards, Raquel Gutierrez-Cruz, Deyleny Hinojosa-Garcia, Vivian Hua, Zoe Maready, Vaniah Melton and Madelyn Mozgawa.
12th Grade: Nazariee’ Basnight, Angel Cisneros and Jacob Fauth.
Second Quarter Honor Roll
9th Grade: Takayah Basnight, Rexton Brauer, Amiyah Cox, Sarai Dominguez Raygoza, Destinee Etheridge, John Etheridge, Jonah Hassell, Nakyra Moore, Harmony Pope, Skylar Roughton and Laney Woodard.
10th Grade: Jazmine Etheridge, Anamaria Garcia Gutierrez, Coral McQuigg and Deidra Webb.
11th Grade: Aniya Branham, Michael Cox, Haylie Kimball, Phillip Morris and Kaylyn Varner.
12th Grade: Blake Dunbar, Daniel Gray, Rodrigo Marquez Barrios and Bryson Spear.
First Semester Principal’s List
9th Grade: Aiden Bryant.
10th Grade: Layla Beals.
11th Grade: Deyleny Hinojosa-Garcia and Zoe Maready.
12th Grade: Jacob Fauth, Brent Hassell, Maura Peaden and Sarai Santibanez-Castaneda.
First Semester Honor Roll
9th Grade: Takayah Basnight, Rexton Brauer, Carson Bryan, Sarai Dominguez Raygoza, Destinee Etheridge, Brayaa Franco Gonzalez, Chamira Harris, Reagan Phelps, Skylar Roughton and Lee Scripture IV.
10th Grade: Tucker Fleming, Leticia Gonzalez-Ochoa, Blaine Hassell, Alyssa James and Leah Payne.
11th Grade: Aniya Branham, Raquel Gutierrez-Cruz, Destiny Harrison, Haylie Kimball, Phillip Morris, Madelyn Mozgawa, Chris Truong and Jeslyn Vo.
12th Grade: Angel Cisneros, Blake Dunbar and Joblansky Mangum.
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