Highest Honors Graduates for 2017
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Thursday, April 13, 2017
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Congratulations to the Highest Honors Graduates from the HHS Class of 2017!  Highest Honors graduates must take at least 6 Honors/AP/College level courses and maintain a 90 or higher grade point average in academic classes.  These students will wear a gold tassel for the commencement ceremony and are seated first.  The valedictorian has the highest grade point average while the salutatorian has the second highest GPA.

Valedictorian -  Yeong Ha Oh

Salutatorian - Jake Frogge

Bean, Desmond                                             

Blevins, Emily

Bolden, Alexys

Bowling, Avery

Brashier, Liz

Breland, Jared

Brock, Anna Seren

Buckles, Kelli

Burns, Josh

Carter, Seth

Cason, Emily

Christol, Reagan

Clark, Joy

Clayton, Noah

Colston, Peter

Crump, Ashley

Driskell, Sarah Grace

Eaker, Sydney

Forester, Lee

Gibson, David

Graham, Joseph

Guajardo, Elena

Hall, Sarah

Hammond, Zachary

Hargis, Kinsey

Hartley, Caitlin

Harwood, Caroline

Hill, Joseph

Henson, Zachary

Hooper, Jackson

Howell, Alissa

Hudson, Lindsay

Jernigan, Daniel

Johnson, Ethan

Jones, Jonathan

Jost, Mary Margaret

Lacy, Alexander

Lecker, Sydnee

Lindau, Jonathan 

Lowery, Jacob

Marshall, Abbi

McKenzie, Ashley

Monroe, Jordan

Morgan, Houston

Parker, Genna

Pehrson, Nathaniel

Pulling, Jacob

Roberts, Alexis

Sabeeh, Noor

Sammons, Georgia-Kate

Sawyer, Christian

Shackelford, Hayden

Smith, Nolan

Sparks, Emilly

Taylor, Ethan

Tennyson, Jerryd

Thompson, Katelyn

Tipton, Jada

Townley, Callie

Townley, Jeremiah

Ward, Chloe

Webb, Kayla

White, Brannon

White, Brevin

Whitfield, Alexis

Williams, Meagan

Wright, Jameson

Young, Micah

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