Thursday, December 26, 2013
The South Carolina Junior Scholars Program identifies eighth-grade students with exceptional academic talent and develops strategies for inclusion into special programs. Eligible students who score 50 or higher on the PSAT in verbal, math or writing are identified as South Carolina Junior Scholars.
The purpose of the program is to provide opportunities for students that will facilitate their intellectual growth, broaden their individual interests and promote their scholastic achievement. This year, the following Cario Middle School students were named South Carolina Junior Scholars:
Keeghan Andrews, Michael Arnold, Haley Baker, Jacob Bauer, Maya Camille Bolling, Bianca Bucholtz, Patrick, Burgess, Rowan Burns, Brittany Campagna, Quinn Corrigan, Clayton Cox, Madison Craig, Lauren Cuppy, Adam Cutright, Grace Cutter, Sarah Jayne Dentzman, Samantha Devapiriam, Jackson Dudley, Sabrina Fiorillo, Andrew Forrester, Jacalyn Frye, Gregg Gardner, Christopher Garrison, Nahom Gebreselassie, Aidan Gomez, Rebecca Goodwin, Tristen Hendrix, Alyse Hewitt, Mackinzie Hills, Jonathan Hudson, Patrick Hunkler, Allison Infante, Daniel Jackson, Ethan Kautz, Maribeth Kern, Morgan Kerr, Allen Knepper, Emma Lang, Ethan Lofstead, Alexandra Lord, Charles Lupton, Brandon Malak, Jonathan McKinney, Brookelynn Miller, Nikolai Mukhin, Bradley Neville, Kaitlyn Phillips, Colton Presley, Emily Rapach, Kendra Ruggiero John Ryan, Paige Sadler, Stuart Saletan, William Samuelson, Domenic Smith, Hannah Smith, Dalton Sparrow, Lauren Surface, Logan Teder, Abigail Tickle, Jaryn Valdry, Caitlyn Van de Meulebroecke, Nicholas Van de Meulbroecke, Reed Way, Ann Webb, Patrick White, Janey Whitley, Ryan Williams and Blair Woody.
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