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Paris High School seniors named Texas Scholars

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Sixty-eight Paris High School seniors were named as Texas Scholars and recognized by the Lamar County Coalition of Education, Business, and Industry during a recognition luncheon and ceremony today.  Students were honored for completing a more rigorous schedule of courses and receiving high academic marks.  Please join us in congratulating these students for their outstanding academic achievements.

Asher Andoe, Quinn Andrews, Kyler Beshirs, Daniel Blackmon, Madisyn Bolton, Evelyn Brown, Andrew Bush, Marjorie Calderon, Citlalli Cortes, Kobe Dixon, Ansley Downs, Darius Ellis, Kellen Floyd, Alexxis Fry, Alan Garcia Gonzalez, Akeirria Garvin, Nicholas Gentry, Alyssa Gilmore, Sonia Gooch, Edith Gutierrez, Amagane Hamilton, Jessica Grace Hamm, Heather Nichole Hawkes, Michayla Hawkes, Blaine Hill, Mahogani Hill, Ashton Hool, Casia Johnson, Coby King, Baleigh LaForge Nick Leija II, Lizbet Martinez, Michael McCann, Gloria McIntire, Brian Mendoza, Amil Mitchell, Keyveona Mitchell, Emma Napier, James Neal, Kili Neal, Phillip Nichols, Constance O’neal Bivins, Erika Palomares, Tyrinee Perkins, Sahil Prakash, Tatyanna Preston, Walker Preston, Ka’dazsha Price, Harmon Ragsdale, Mason Ragsdale, Rodrigo Ramirez Palacios, Vershaud Richardson, Belicia Rios, Axeel Rodriguez, Garrett Rowton, Carol Sanchez, Kobe Savage, Jeremy Seals, Faith Spies, Carol Anne Starnes, Rhea Tavora, Alyssa Tacuyan, Bryan Torres, Roberto Torres, Justin Tucker, Miracle Valenzuela, Angel Wheat, and Brian Wright.


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