Highland High School Top 1% Award winners for April 2017 were, front row from left, Mae Riffel (foreign language), Skylan Carroll (business), Emma Moos (family and consumer science), Kylee DeLuca (chorus) and Britney Lackey (social studies); back row, Not shown is Ben Thomae (math). Tristan Maslar (English), Eric Powell (physical education), Cole Becker (science), Sarah Frank (vocational), and Claire Pabst (art). These students all show outstanding attitude, character, and work performance. The teachers in each department select one student each month that best represents these qualities.
Highland High School Top 1% Award winners for April 2017 were, front row from left, Mae Riffel (foreign language), Skylan Carroll (business), Emma Moos (family and consumer science), Kylee DeLuca (chorus) and Britney Lackey (social studies); back row, Not shown is Ben Thomae (math). Tristan Maslar (English), Eric Powell (physical education), Cole Becker (science), Sarah Frank (vocational), and Claire Pabst (art). These students all show outstanding attitude, character, and work performance. The teachers in each department select one student each month that best represents these qualities. Provided
Highland High School Top 1% Award winners for April 2017 were, front row from left, Mae Riffel (foreign language), Skylan Carroll (business), Emma Moos (family and consumer science), Kylee DeLuca (chorus) and Britney Lackey (social studies); back row, Not shown is Ben Thomae (math). Tristan Maslar (English), Eric Powell (physical education), Cole Becker (science), Sarah Frank (vocational), and Claire Pabst (art). These students all show outstanding attitude, character, and work performance. The teachers in each department select one student each month that best represents these qualities. Provided

Scholar Updates: Highland area students earn academic accolades

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