First Quarter Honor Rolls – High School

Kelly Walsh High School

Beginning with the 2019-2020 school year, Kelly Walsh High School will no longer be posting quarterly honor rolls. Honor rolls will be posted at the end of each semester. In January, we will recognize and publish the academic accomplishments of our students. Trojan Connections teachers meet weekly with students about grades and attendance.

Parents and guardians can stay up-to-date on their child’s academic success by logging-on to the NCSD Campus Parent Portal. We encourage you to visit with your student weekly about grades and assignments and celebrate their accomplishments throughout the school year. KWHS is committed to “Preparing all students for their next step by creating high expectations, academic rigor, and personal responsibility.”

Natrona County High School

NCHS operates on an alternating block schedule, which means students earn credit at the conclusion of the semesters in January and June. No grades are posted to a student’s official record, nor is credit awarded until that time. As a result, a semester Honor Roll is a more accurate reflection of a student’s overall academic performance. In January, we will recognize and publish the academic achievements of our students and continue to provide the Honor Roll Breakfast as we have in the past. 

Natrona County High School takes pride in the dedicated work and excellence students give to their academics. During our daily Mustang Connections, teachers visit with students about grades and celebrate their accomplishments while providing needed support for continued success and additional assistance as needed.

Parents and guardians can stay up-to-date on their child’s academic success by logging-on to the NCSD Campus Parent portal or creating an NCHS Parent CANVAS account. We encourage you to visit with your student weekly about grades and assignments and celebrate their accomplishments throughout the school year. NCHS is committed to preparing responsible and life-long learners who value themselves, contribute to their society and succeed in a changing world.

Midwest School

Principal’s (4.0)

Seniors: Madison Jones, Austin Vaughn, Sheridan Vaughn

Juniors: Cortni Pickett

Sophomores: Valerie Liska, Kendell Smith, Grace Wolff

Scholastic (3.5 – 3.99)

Seniors: Zackery Kohtala, Justin Tripp

Juniors: Riley Ankeney, Arielle McErquiaga, Hannah Palmer, Jade Wesnitzer

Sophomores: Terrin Bergh, Cade Boren, William Gottsch, Jacob Jones, Tahayla Kohtala, Brooke McMurray, Lawson Lawrence

Freshman: Trinade Jost

Achievement (3.0 – 3.49)

Seniors: Erin Black, Moran Jacobs, Rieley Ruebelmann, Austin Sansoucie, Imagin Wysocki

Sophomores: Blaine Herzberg, Jacob Hutchings, Taliah LeBeaux, Hernan Ruiz-Cereceres, Kylee Sutherland, Arynn Tripp, Jacqueline Walsh

Freshman: Bryce Buckallew, Trenton Lingo, Jada Williams

Roosevelt High School

Principal’s (4.0)

Seniors: Paige Brush, Dayton Carabajal, and David Dean ll

Juniors: Carissa Bjorklund, Tate Bucklin, Janna Day, Destiny Mackenzie, Araynne Meacham, Samuel O’Hearn, Duey Palmer, Angelina Pedersen, and Christina Reilly

Sophomores: Keenan Morgan, Jackie Pauli, and Riley Plum

Achievement (3.0 – 3.99)

Seniors: Peyton Brush, Ethan D’Arcy, Acacia Davies, Alexis Harris, Jaylon Helling, Hayley Jackson, Kaden Kennedy, Brook-Lyn Olson, Parker Phillips, and Sarita Robles

Juniors: Ava Benson, Katie Bloom, Helen Brungardt, Devin Dickerson, Zephaniah Filer, Dallen Goodman, Ozzman Henricks, Abigail Kiker, Aspen Kissack, Cora Knapp, Carson McLaughlin, Isaiah Murchison-Lebeau, Tiger Ross, Carolina Ruiz, Joseph Sells, Desiree Sheets, Lorie Snider, Rebecca Tripp, and Savannah Winter

Sophomores: Kaylee Aguilar, Jasmine Garrison, Patience Gates, Zoe Grammer, Tori Gustafson, Landon Jenkins, Haley Plum, Charles Richards, Ivy Ross, Patrick Schutz, and Brady Smith

Freshman: Jayce Bloom, Kathy Brungardt, Dillon Condelario, Danielle English, JoLin Fowler, Aaliyah Gallegos-Brock, Natellie Herrera, Steven Lowry, Robin McCann, Trinity McLaughlin, Sherri Pauli, Nathaniel Pfeifer, Jinnie Ponder, and Kiernan Stephens

 
 

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