86 District 51 seniors have perfect grades
Eighty-six students graduating this month from School District 51 have achieved a 4.0 grade point average or better during their four years in high school.
More seniors in the class of 2011 have achieved this goal than any class since 2002, when the district began honoring 4.0 students at an annual luncheon.
Students who will graduate with a 4.0 or better record for their entire high school career this year are:
Central High School: Chelsey Garcia, Michael Getz, Brandon Gracey, Tanya Hardon, Britny Humphreys, Austin Krebill, Stephanie Linsley, Erik Newhouse, Hannah Thomas, and Melba Viera Lopez.
Fruita Monument High School: Cole Anthony, Shelby Antonelli, Krista Archbold, Alexander Brahmsteadt, Erika Chirdon, Emily Cuevas, Timothy Cuevas, Allison Fox, Mykenzie Fox, Morgan Garske, Madeline Gore, Lucy Hartshorn, MiKayla Hawley, Katharine Heil, Emily Henderson, Andy Hoeckel, Jenna Hoobler, Lucy Horrall, Haley Hrncir, Cody Iden, Adam Kattnig, McKenzie Kimball, Brynna King, Camille Kovach, Levi Kramer, Lizbeth Luna, Jordan Macklin, Forrest Maddox, Sean McKee, Jenaer Rader, Megan Reynoso, Thomas Scheevel, Jesse Siddeek, Tanner Stone, Meghan Swanson, Leah Temple, Kyle Thornburg, Melissa Tjandra, Samuel VanPelt, Samantha Waters, Joshua Weedon, Amanda Willmarth, Dallin Wright, Schuyler Young, and Martin Zupan.
Grand Junction High School: Zachary Bush, Jessica Don, Andrew Duff, Paul Harmon, Parker Hegstrom, Kim Horwitz, Kelsey Jull, Katherine Kamas, Hannah Kimmel, Kamron Medina, Jacob Meyer, Luke Olson, Cyrus Pearo, Benjamin Peterson, Alexandra Proietti, Emma Rieves, Joshua Shettler, Jenna Short, Patrick Thornton, Andrew Willett, Charles Willett, and James Wilkinson.
Mesa Valley Vision Home and Community Program: Jeremy Brantley
Palisade High School: Dakota Bond, Shelby Bosch, Andrew Buck, Matteah Cunningham, Sarah Ferrieri, Alice Kerbein, Anna Ohm, Megan Quintana, and Chelsea Wells.