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March 27, 2014

Clinton High School honor roll

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High Honors 3.5 – 3.999

Amela Akiti, Summer Bahr, Michael Barger, Tabitha Baughman, Mariah Becker, Tiffany Benoit, David Bessellieu, Anna-Marie Black, Madison Borgman, Jullian Bradour, Ashley Brantley, Gavin Bromley, Jamiere Broughton, Kejuan Brown, Michaella Brown, Jace Bryant, Alexander Burnell, Skye Burnell, Samantha Burns, Hayle Calvin, Ethan Chapman, Brandon Clark, Keaton Comstock, Avery Coppess, Lily Cossman, Allison Cox, Elizabeth Crawford, Jenna Cullen, Ryan Dalton, Sydney Davis, Courtney Determan, Cassidy DeWitt, Alexander Dodd, Korie Doescher, Mackenzie Dohse, Melissa Dondiego, Venessa Dondiego, Joanna Drake, Austin Driscoll, Danna Dyer, Alyssa Easley, Rachel Ebensberger, Spencer Edwards, Emily Eggers, Nikki Erling, Jacob Espey, Matthew Espey, Adolfo Espitia, Emma Ferguson, Angela Fier, Koner Frandsen, Lillian Gabel, Allison Gandrup, Emily Gerdes, Erin Gerdes, Evan Gerdes, Taylor Giddings, Corey Godat, Susan Godat, Cassandra Goldbeck, Amanda Goldensoph, McKenna Greenwalt, Justin Guilliams, Gabrielle Haan, Erika Hammond, Nicole Hammond, Victoria Hansen, Keanu Harbron, Nathan Harden, Quamii Hardwick, Craig Harlock, Makai Hart, Samantha Hartman, Michael Hege, Patrick Hicks, Sasha Higgins, Kaylee Hilgenberg, Joshua Hill, Ian Howes, Noah Ivory, Scott Jackson, Zane Jensen, Cheyenne Johnson, Colton Jones, Jalen Jones, Sara Judge, Breanna Justice, Rosa Kallio, Samantha Keis, Ashelly Keller, Brooke Kelley, Caitlin Kelly, Samantha Kilburg, Susanna Klooster, Alyssa Krick, Tyler Lamp, Elisa Landa, Justine Lange, Tasia Lange, Lucas Larkin, Benjamin Lauritzen, Mitchell Leonard, Brianna Lind, Kori Lippens, Michael Loyola, Ryan Lueders-Cronk, Paige MacGrath, Alexander MacLennan, Faith MacLennan, Quentynn MacPhee, Madeline Marlowe, Tamia Martin, Marcella Mascagni, Hannah McDonnell, Molly McDonnell, Carlie Mierley, Stephanie Milder, Hunter Miller, Austin Mitchell, Morgan Mitchell, Britani Moore, Tavian Moore, Sean Mulholland, Taylor Murray, Eliza Mussman, Katherine Mussmann, Afije Mustafa, Alexis Namer, Lillianne Nelson, Connor Nolan, Alexander Olarte, Cailey Olson, David Orte, Savanna Palmer, Haleigh Parr, Amber Patterson, Daytona Paulsen, Austin Pawski, Quinn Perry, McKenzie Petersen, Perry Petersen, Alec Pilola, Zachary Pope, Nikayla Ramsey, Griffin Rasche, Gaspar Raymundo Lopez, Alyssa Reed, Jeremy Regenwether, Jeffrey Rickerl, Bryar Robinson, Gabriel Rodriguez, Jill Schmit, Paiton Schultheis, Zachary Schwartz, Rebecca Shaw, Jack Simpson, Alexis Speakman, Jordon Sperry, Stephanie Sterbenz, Jenna Stremlow, Taitum Strube, Karley Sullivan, Bethany Tegeler, Grayson Thacker, Lincoln Thomas, Isabelle Tubbs, Madison Valls, Caitlyn VanLancker, Aubrey VanRoekel, Nicholas Vawter, Trey Voda, Victoria Wacker, Crystal Watts, Erin Wenzel, Ty Wenzel, Joshua Westphalen, Elizabeth Wilke, Audrey Wilkins, Rachael Winter, Darean Witt, Jadin Witt, Jordin Witt, Sydney Wohlstadter, Brionna Woods, Blake Wright, Derrick Wright, Jordan Wright, Jakhongir Yusupov.

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