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Carson-Newman recognizes area high school seniors, names “Best of the Class”

"Best of the Class"- spring 2013

Carson-Newman University, in partnership with Knoxville’s WVLT Channel 8, congratulates the “Best of the Class” high school seniors for spring 2013. Students selected represent high schools throughout the region, and were chosen on the criteria of being intellectually curious and having a strong desire for learning, being service-oriented, displaying moral values, and exhibiting strong initiative, leadership and responsibility.  Click here to see more about this year’s Best of the Class.

 Best of the Class for Spring 2013

Jefferson County High School — Ashley Creech and Matt Rogers

Morristown East High School — Courtney Harville and Treven Treece

Morristown West High School — Sarah Danielle Massey and Brandon Tyler Hayes

Sevier County High School — Jacquelyn Withey and Nick Clabo

Farragut High School — Sharon Bao and Lawrence Wang

Bearden High School — Madison Harmon and Nicky Frizen

Karns High School — Catherine Hawley and Ben Poole

Grainger High School — Madison Holt and Jonah Noe

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