Central High School GHP Students Advance to State Level Interviews
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Friday, October 28, 2016
Pictured from left to right are Hannah Thompson, Abigail Sadler, Haley Thompson, Natalie Orbeck, Tyra Babbs, Assistant Principal Ethelyn Johnson, Ethan Hembree, James Montalto, and Andrew Stewart. Not pictured is Carolina Butler.
Pictured from left to right are Hannah Thompson, Abigail Sadler, Haley Thompson, Natalie Orbeck, Tyra Babbs, Assistant Principal Ethelyn Johnson, Ethan Hembree, James Montalto, and Andrew Stewart. Not pictured is Carolina Butler.
Central High School GHP Students Advance to State Level Interviews

Central High School is sending an unprecedented nine (9) students to state level interviews for the Governor’s Honors Program. Advancing to the state level in Agriculture Science is James Montalto. Two students, Ethan Hembree and Carolina Butler are advancing in Communicative Arts. Tyra Babbs and Andrew Stewart are advancing in Music and four students are moving to the state level in Visual Arts. These students are Abigail Sadler, Hannah Thompson, Natalie Orbeck, and Haley Thompson.

Central High School Principal Mr. Jared Griffis said, “Most high schools are lucky to see 2-3 students’ advance to the state level. For Central to have nine (9) students advancing speaks volumes about the dedication and commitment of our students and teachers. Central High School’s focus on teaching and learning has given our students the knowledge they need to be successful both inside and outside the classroom.”

Governor’s Honors Program interviews conclude in early February with participants receiving invitations to attend the summer program by March.

 

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