Parents honor top Granbury students

November 10, 2012


The top students in Granbury schools were recently honored by Parents for Academic Excellence. The recognition came at the 18th Annual Granbury Scholars Award banquet Monday at the Granbury Resort Conference Center.

Sponsored by Luminant, the awards were given to the top 2 percent of each class in grades 6-12 at Granbury High School, Crossland Ninth Grade Center, Acton Middle School and Granbury Middle School for the 2011-12 school year. Those students receiving recognition are listed below with their grade classification during last school year.

Juniors: Blair Cowden, Devon DeYoung, Ryan Hammonds, Klint Keating, Zachary Morgan, Mariah Rendeiro, Caitlyn Thatcher, Alyssa Tigner.

Sophomores: Sydney Carpenter, Chandler Chiappe, Ryan Garland, Justin Kochis, Morgan Northcutt, Rachael Rodgers, Riley Summer, Lily Tunnell, Guy Wright.

Freshmen: Jack Goodman, Tyler Johnson, Melanie Lively-Adams, Matthew McKelvain, Justin Nelson, Brandon Rush, Michael Schmelz, Noah Smith, Samuel Sonderer, Carson Steinmann.

8th Grade: AMS – Jennifer Boldenow, Chloe Counts, Taylor DeYoung, Kaylee Keating, Sarah Schloeman, Sarah Spradlin; GMS – Jacob Dimmitt, Makenna Martin, Kiersten Mathis, Zachary Pate, Clay Walters, Lauren Wood.

7th Grade: AMS – Branden Condit, Brynn Deger, Paige Klima, Emma McKelvain, Morgan Molder, Beau Pritchard; GMS – Zoe Breeding, Cadence Chiappe, Addison Jackson, Katherine Jennings, Kasey Ludwig, Miranda Murrillo.

6th Grade: AMS – Lauren Boleng, Melanie Boleng, Ashley Boyd, Trisha Gryder, Alexandria Inbody, Rayni Skaggs; GMS – Jacob Cheyne, Breanne Irish, Taylor Parrish, Leslie Price, Trinity Shaum, Lauren Wallace.

In addition, 2012 seniors who have already received their awards were announced. These students were recognized at the Senior Awards Ceremony held last spring. They were Hunter Beck, Brendon Clough, Dylan Francis, Emily Hiler, Conner Lively-Adams, Kathryn Middlebrook, Maggie Smith, Sarah Smith and Michael Webb.






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