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January 25, 2014

WHS Honor Roll first semester

WHS Honor Roll first semester

SENIORS

High Honor Roll 3.75+, No Grade Below B-: Mareike Bayer, Brandi Bozarth, Jake Brashear, Andrew Brothers, Brooks Brown, Albert Carreon, Arrieonna Chestnut, April Decker, Andrew Garland, Allyson Hunsinger, Daniel Moore, Erica Osmon, Maria Perez, Haley Ray, Edrwin Revolorio, Olivia Sherman, Elizabeth Sievers, Molly Smith, Audra Stallman, Ross Wade, Baylee Wildman

Honor Roll 2.75+, No Grade Below C-: Michael Basham, Robert Brummett, Lakota Bryant, Kerstin Burks, Lindsey Carrico, Amber Chestnut, Chelsea Cissell, Sierra Colbert, Dania Cruz, Taran Davies, Patricia Denio-Miller, Isaac Drew, Janessa Duncan, Alixandra Edwards, Ashley Elliott, Kendall Elliott, Haily Evans, Araina Fidler, Austin Ghirardelli, Joanna Gonzalez, Mattison Graber, Gianna Granger, Draven Harvey, Dakota Hatton, Katie Hedrick, Kevin Heller, Daniel Hess, Cory Humerickhouse, Miriam Ibarra, Clayton Johnson, Cheyenne John, Luke Jones, Joshua Kirsch, Megan Lundy, Jacob Luttrell, Breana Mattes, Jennifer McCracken, Caleb Morrison, Jarrett Myers, Lucas Myers, Kasey Neff, Shelby Norris, Reed Norton, Juan Pedro Vicente, Veronica Perez-Cruz, Audrey Rodgers, Caleb Royal, Justin Sama, Luis Serrano, Dymon Sidebottom, James Sidebottom, Ashlyn Stoll, Justin Stoll, Tyler Stoll, Karlee Strahle, Jonathan Summers, Corey Thompson, Caleb Wade, Christopher Walling, Abby Walls, Hannah Williams, Devin Wilson, Jarret Woodall, Josephine Yeazle

JUNIORS

High Honor Roll 3.75+, No Grade Below B-: Maria Barco, Spencer Bentrud, Elaynna Brashear, Ashley Downs, Sebastian Edwards, Kaitlyn Gress, Jacob Gross, Jonathan Harner, Caitlin Kamplain, Bailey Kendall, Natalya Meinhart, Patti Newton, Conner Nolan, Tori Pride, Luke Raymond, Mikayla Richardson, Eli Schnarr, Matthew Sparks, Marlee Stoner, Lauren Walker, Haley Walls, Chance Wilson

Honor Roll 2.75+, No Grade Below C-: Megan Arnold, Cara Atienza, Diana Barco, Mason Bateman, Matteson Booth, Cassandra Breitweiser, Lyric Burns, Zachary Byler, Jordan Carr, Kayla Darrett, Drew Davis, Madison Decker, Nathaniel Doolin, Adrianne Edwards, Tara Galloway, Heather Garcia, Taylor Grannan, Katherine Grant, Rebecca Guthrie, Katora Harris, Clay Hatton, Mikala Healy, Samuel Heffernan, Christina Johnson, Cheyenne Jones, Tyeesha Jones, Thomas Kellar, Ryan Koerner, Zachary Kramer, Chelsea Krieg, Stacy Lewis, Molly Lynch, Bonita Mayhall, Margaret McCormick, Lauren McCracken, Bethaney Mehrer, Sabra Morrison, Eleanor Nolan, Logan Norris, Blake Ochs, Richard Potts, Jarrod Purdue, Laura Rainey, Michael Ramsey, Robinson Richardson, Colton Riker, Kaylee Roark, Alexandra Rosa, Abigail Spaulding, Amber Taylor, Lauren Terry, Hunter Thomas, David Underhill, Luiz Valdez, Mitchell Wadsworth, Shawna Webb, Brandy White, Eric Wilson, William Wittmer, Tristan Yoder

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