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Copper Basin High School is proud to announce its first 9 weeks Honor Roll.

Copper Basin High School is proud to announce its first 9 weeks Honor Roll. The students who have made the Star Honor Roll have received all A’s for the 9 weeks. Students on the First Honor Roll have received A’s and no more than 2 B’s for the 9 weeks. Students on the 2nd Honor Roll received no grade lower than a B.

12th Grade Star Honor Roll: Dylan Boggs, Aaron Dotson, Hannah Fuller, Kristen Hamby, Kayla Hemming, Caitlyn Hyatt, Tori Pleacher, Tyler Queen, Dylan Raper, Farrah Rogers, Samantha Tinkersly, Crissy Walker, Miranda York. 1st Honor Roll: Taylor Bledsoe, Lindsey Brackett, Timothy Buchanan, Brandon Burgess, Demi-Rhea Collins, Levi Franklin, Nikki Gober, Raysha Green, Thomas Gregory, Shelby Hayes, Tristan Hedden, Jukara Hughes, Cassie Hyatt, Andrew Johnson, Ansleigh Jones, Bri Mitchell, Chyenne Pack, Tashina Panter, Rochelle Payne, Chris Phelan, Brittany Tallent, William Taylor, Collin Thomas, Rachel Tompkins. 2nd Honor Roll: Samantha Allen, Hunter Bruce, Lori Woodby.

11th Grade Star Honor Roll: Brandy Myers, Dylan O’Neal, Karson Swinehart. 1st Honor Roll: Dexter Arp, Angel Chastain, Brittany Dowlin, Dylan Freeman, Trevor Jones, Dakota Key, Kacy Panter, Lindsey Walden. 2nd Honor Roll: Holly Allen, Hunter Gregory, Ben Kimsey.

10th Grade Star Honor Roll: Alexis Deal, Caleb Deal, William Mashburn, Reid O’Neal, Kayla Stiles, Miguel Valdes. 1st Honor Roll: Dakota Adams, Jesicca Allen, Taylor Chastain, Amber Dillard, Aaron English, Patrick Griffin, Mitchell Harris, Lindsey Loudermilk, Albany Sellers, Kyra Taylor, Jeremy Wilson. 2nd Honor Roll: Ivy Falls, Whitney Howe, Brett Payne.

9th Grade Star Honor Roll: Justin Deal, Ben Galloway, Kimberly Galloway, Tanner Wilcox. 1st Honor Roll: Kayla Allen, Samantha Allen, Madison Arp, Zachary Banks, Bailey Bledsoe, Oliver Deal, Brooklyn Dendinger, Jacob Goode, Kitha Hicks, Jasmine Holbrook, Tatum Kidd, Casey Mashburn, Hunter Payne, Jessica Schofield, Austin Starnes, Zoe Verbeten, Hollie Wooten, Laney Worley. 2nd Honor Roll: Megan Lewis.

8th Grade Star Honor Roll: Natalie Allen, Emma Wood. 1st Honor Roll: Elizabeth Allen, Alexandria Collis, Makayla Gilley, Abby Harbison, Hannah Jack, Kimberly Jenkins, Jacob Taylor, Kami Taylor, Caleb Waters. 2nd Honor Roll: Joanna Bice, Jacob Burger, Will Gourley, Ben Key.

7th Grade: Alex Cole, Millie Foster, Eli Payne. 1st Honor Roll: Xam Buenavista, Hannah Hemming, Breeana O’Neal, Lauren Peak, Cassie Picklesimer, Megan Worley, David Wright. 2nd Honor Roll: Lacey Danner, Jacob Deal, Emily Patterson, Brandon Payne, Anthony Smith, Kendra Swinehart.

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