McLouth High School Honor Roll
McLouth High School has released its honor roll for the second semester of the 2010-11 school year.
Principal’s Honor Roll
Grade-point average 4.0 or above
Laura Coffey, Corinne Hoffhines, Jeri Holwick, Destinii Jepson, Katy Perry, Logan Terry and Chanler Tharpe.
Ally Bristol, Kelsey Campbell, Alex Courtney, Hunter Koch, Kelsey Shirey and Terri Stewart.
Drew Cerny, Johnathan Courtney and Destiny Mestagh.
Gold Honor Roll
Grade-point average 3.99 to 3.5
Brooke Carter, Victoria Davis, Misti Jenkins, Brad Kabus, Tyler Ottensmeier, Kaley Patterson, Jonathan Powell, Jake Schmalstieg, Kaitlyn Sparks and Jessie Troupe.
John Berry, Calvin Booth, Clare Courtney, Marius Manke-Reimers, Caroline Overbaugh, Brittany Schuman, Andrea Sullivan, Gavin Swearngin, Katy Taylor, Catelyn Winborn and Morgan Wise
Zac Bair, Nick Barnett, Jamie Cain, Charlie Courtney, T.J. Crowell, Olivia Evans, Wyatt Farris, Katie Gann, Mathew Horton, Megan McHenry and Marc Walbridge.
Laura Barnes, Baylee Brown, Steven Heath, Kyle Jones, Colton Koch, Nick McAferty, Konner Patterson, Sarah Petrie, Kayla Steffey, Annie Stoker, Lucas Strouhal, Brady Sullivan and Danae Williams.
Purple Honor Roll
Grade-point average 3.49 to 3.0
Claire Blevins, Ryan Case, Ashley Coffman, Brittany McAfee, Trevor Roberts and Derek Wright.
Kayla Blevins, Tim Culter, Cameron Humerickhouse, Katie Lundmark, Jesse Maxwell, Chris Royer, Haley Thouvenell, Katrina Thummel, Kelsey VanDyne, Tyler Wayman, Emily Welsh, Cheyenne Wisdom, Kami Wisdom and Matthew Zule.
Alex Adams, Cody Baldwin, Derryn Blendall, Dakota Cop, Faith Crouse, Carter Gish, John Michael Hansen, Katie Hayden, Austin Neuburger, Taylor Pope, Josh Swanson, Darien VanNostrand and Hanna Walbridge.
Bailey Harmon, Logan Hoobler, Zach Walker and Chantz Zink.
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