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Education

June 14, 2014

Honor Roll -- Clinton High School

Clinton High School – Third Trimester Honor Roll List

Honors 3.0 – 3.499

Michael Alberts, Austin Anderson, Amber Andresen, Jaydon Andrews, Alyxanderia Archer, Shalaya Austin, David Bessellieu, Joseph Brewer, Jamiere Broughton, Danny Bruggenwirth, Hoa Hong Bui, Brennen Burgess, Isaac Calderon, Alexander Caldwell, Dustin Caldwell, Saul Castaneda-Velasco, Ethan Chapman, Jordan Chapman, Mercedes Chapman, Walker Chapman, Taylor Clark, Hugh Clausen, Keaton Comstock, Kayla Conley, Megan Coon, Ashley Corbin, Lily Cossman, Dylan Cottrell, Cheyanne Couvillion, Marcilo Coyomani, Julian Cuatlatl, Miguel Cuatlatl, Dalton Davison, Alexander Dodd, Samantha Dodd, Jayme Doescher, Melissa Dondiego, Virginia Doty, Jahryah Drake, Joanna Drake, Alyssa Easley, Brady Ernst, Mackenzie Ernst, Trenton Eversoll, Emma Ferguson, Helena Fisher, Steven Fullerton, Breanna Garien, Hunter Genco, Ashleigh Gerber, Austin Gifford, Alexander Gillis, Ronald Graves, Sabrina Grinnall, Andrew Hager, Nicole Hammond, Jacob Hamstra, Craig Harlock, Diante Harris, Mia Harris, Regan Harris, Makai Hart, Spencer Harvilla, Nicholas Heimbaugh, Aaron Henry, Kaylee Hilgenberg, Brian Hirsch, Zachary Hjerpe, Genevieve Hook, Dustin Hornberg, Justin Horst, Derrick Howard, Tristen Hughes, Lexis Huizenga, Brittany Hyde, Curtis Ilg, Jacob Jaeger, Jazmin James, William Johnson, Breanna Justice, Caitlynn Keis, Jake Kerkove, Samantha Kilburg, Michael Kimmer, Brennan Kissack, Jessica Koranda, Madison Kruse, Naomi Kruse, Jacob Lauritzen, Brooke Lehman, Isaiah Leprevost-Bailey, Timothy Lindquist, Aaron Loerzel, Michael Loyola, David Ludemann, Ryan Lueders-Cronk, Jacob Luett, Aundrea Machen, Faith MacLennan, Eric Maddasion, Devante Martin, Tamia Martin, Abigail Matamoros, Hannah McDonnell, Breanna McHenry, Addison Mertz, Morgan Mitchell, Jaden Mixon, Carina Montes, Taylor Murray, Jonathan Napolitano, Lillianne Nelson, Patrick Newton, Isaac Otto, Savanna Palmer, Haleigh Parr, Destiny Paulsen, Austin Pawski, Kaitlin Paysen, Brenna Peska, Michael Peters, Perry Petersen, Brady Ploog, Martina Prins, Kayleigh Raab, Stone Raaymakers, James Rausenberger, Gaspar Raymundo Lopez, Jeremy Regenwether, Sabrina Revels, Spenser Rhodes, Cody Richardson, Michael Richardson, Aryanah Robinson, Marquis Robinson, Shampayne Robinson, Hunter Roling, Payton Roling, Evan Sander, Carter Sattler, Chelsey Savochka, Paula Seden, Brooke Shontos, Shannon Shovlain, Kristen Sigel, Dylan Simons, Donivan Sirna, Alexis Smith, Abagail Soesbe, Clayton Spencer, Zachary Spittler, Tristan Steward, Daniel Stewart, Garrett Stumbaugh, Abigail Sullivan, Michael Sullivan, Grayson Thacker, Nicholas Vawter, Trey Voda, Victoria Wacker, Breanna Weller, Brittany Weller, Erin Wenzel, Hannah West, Austin Wiersema, Brigita Wilson, Alicia Winkler, Nicholas Wolfe, Brionna Woods.

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