STARS celebrates 20 years

March 4, 2014


STARS Accelerated High School celebrated its 20th anniversary Friday. An alternative academic high school that is part of Granbury ISD, the school was founded on Feb. 28, 1994, as STARS Academy. STARS provides an optional setting with flexibility and personalized self-paced courses for high school students whose needs are not met in the traditional school. The acronym stands for Self-Motivated Teens Achieving Responsibility and Success. Nearly 1,000 students have graduated and received high school diplomas from STARS since its founding. Pictured are (from left) counselor Melissa Hohnstreiter; teachers Greg Brown, Rhonda Naylor, Terry Keith and Kerri Pavelick; and principal Edwin Young.

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