Honor Roll: Ninth Grade Academy

Submitted photo A total of 52 students at Richmond County Ninth Grade Academy earned A Honor Roll status for the third nine-week academic period.

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A total of 52 students at Richmond County Ninth Grade Academy earned A Honor Roll status for the third nine-week academic period.

Richmond County Ninth Grade Academy is has announced the students making the honor roll for the third nine-week period of the 2014-15 academic school year, which ended March 27.

A Honor Roll 

Front Row                               

Dymon McDonald, Tiocia Rivers, Jasmine Brown, Ney-hagee Patterson, Abigail Locklear,                                                            Shelby Matheson, Zane Ritter, Abigail Barr, Cameron McDonald, Kyler Sweatt

Second Row

Jenrry Leon, Latasha Baker, Jimmy Cooley, Tyrese Clark, Cierra Peterkin, Trinity Stanley,                                                            Mackenzie Webb, Ally Quick, Madison Miller, Chloe Eaton, Emma Williams, Ben                                                               Morrison

Third Row

Kristin Chappell, Brooklyn Jackson, Noah Bowers, Melvin Orichi, Zyon Swinnie, Drew                                                                    Loving, Curt Freeman, Dalton Murphy, Daryn Mason, Destiny Buie, Altman Griffin, Justin                                               Ingram, Owen Bowers, Amia Pemberton, Gordon Pihl, Carter Roberson, David Greene,                                                                Trey Caulder, Nick Pearson, Brock Bartlett

Not pictured

Peyton Babson, Erica Collins, Braxton Furstein, Adrien Khamchanh, Kathleen Pittman,                                                                   Joseph Ruperd, Sierra Thompson, Griffin Thurman, Lakasia Wall, Trey Watkins

AB Honor Roll

Marco Acosta, Tracie Baker, Jasmine Baldwin, Jaqavis Baldwin, Brett Baucom, Brianna Bayseck, Karla Benitez, Andrew Blake, Jakiya Bright, Madison Brigman, Malik Bronner, Jackson Brown, Elizabeth Burns, Morgan Carter, Britney Chambers, Elizabeth Cole, Christina Collins, Isreeal Cooper, Chase Coulthard, Destiny David, Mary Davis, Madison Dawkins, Aliyah Dees, Chase DeMay, Caleb Dickens, Haylie Edmunds, Jada Ellerbe, Shania Everett, Miranda Faircloth, Erick Figueroa, Jaikira Flowers, Malik Flowers, Noah Franco, Alondra Gaitan, Nykira Gibson, Lamont Giles, Michae’la Gillispie, Caela Goins, Taylor Graves, Natasja Griffin, Jada Harris, Monisaaich Hayes, Destiny Hernandez, Zach Hinson, Cortney Holmes, Emily Hughes, Lexyonna Ingram, Brandon Jackson, Savannah Johnson, Nia Jones, Ke’Jon Jones, Esmerelda Juarez, Kristen Knight, Ja’Niya Martin, Sherlyn Martinez, Zakaya McDonald, Cecelia McMillan, Andrew McMillan, Naquanna McNair, Ja’dyn McNeill, Juan Mercado, Dante Miller, Bryan Morgan, Ky Pham, Alec Poplin,Garrett Prelipp, Jasmine Prevatte, Dillon Price, Chase Pucket, Jasmine Ratliff, Jarrett Reynolds, Dylan Richardson, Miguel Rodriguez, Imani Rush, Cody Scott, Jordan Shepard, Myles Short, Brandon Silva, Madison Sinclair, Erin Smart, Jerrica Smith Alma Soriano, Kristopher Spivey, Dakota Stevens, Tyra Strong, Shane Summey, Tatyana Taylor, Kris Terry, Spencer Thompson, Laura Virgen, Lindsey Vuncannon, Kyia Walker, Logan Wall, Noah Wallace, Tyshanae Ward, Donald Watson, Austin Watson, Baylee Webb, Jake Wilbun, China Williams, Laini Wright, Alannah Yannone, Shawn Young, Paola Zento

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