Middle and High School scholars at St. Louis College Prep were honored for their achievements during Cycle III at a special honors assembly last week.
At the middle school level, scholars recognized for perfect attendance included Nyla Guthrie, Curtis Henderson, Jr., Mark Tuggle, Jasmin Aitch, Amir Johnson, Rianna Adkins, Alexander Byas, Isiah Franklin, Steven Hamilton, Terrence Stansberry, and India Tate.
High school scholars with perfect attendance include Lisa Campbell, Tynea Crews, Dakari Gray, Amya Jones, Devion Liddell, Edward Partee, Demetrius Perry, Terrell Polk, Jacob Shubert, Courtney Verges, Braiden Wade, Kobe Cole, Reginald Ross, Jonathan Watson, and Gary Waugh.
Each cycle the school also recognizes scholars who have demonstrated a specific SCP core value, with Cycle III focused on "Teamwork."
Middle school scholars recognized for "Teamwork" include Belicia Funches for showing teamwork in ELA, Darion Henderson for showing teamwork in Social Studies, Diego Alonzo for showing teamwork in Math, Herbert Williams for showing teamwork in Science, Leola Poe for showing teamwork in Art, Steven Hamilton for showing teamwork in PE, Tevon Wiley for showing teamwork in Music, Kai Cross for showing teamwork in ELA, Anthony Kilbert for showing teamwork in Social Studies, LaTrece Walker for showing teamwork in Math, Kameron Witherspoon for showing teamwork in Science, Jasmine Aitch for showing teamwork in PE, Anna Parks for showing teamwork in Music, Andrea McGowen for showing teamwork in ELA, Curtis Henderson for showing teamwork in Social Studies, Mark Tuggle for showing teamwork in Math, Orkasia Warren for showing teamwork in Science, Elijah Mitchell for showing teamwork in Art, and Nyla McIntyre for showing teamwork in Music.
High school scholars recognized for "Teamwork" include Ashley McElmurry for showing teamwork in ELA, Diamond Harrison for showing teamwork in Algebra, Makayla Wyattfor showing teamwork in Geometry, Dekiah Barner for showing teamwork in PE, Rashaun Jones for showing teamwork in Art, Deshonda Crawford for showing teamwork in ELA, Ronnell Crawford for showing teamwork in Algebra, Kamaria Day for showing teamwork in Algebra, Ben Byas for showing teamwork in Geometry, Jayonce Edwardsfor showing teamwork in Physics, Shiarja Wattsfor showing teamwork in World History, Dakari Grayfor showing teamwork in World History, Alexis Mangrumfor showing teamwork in PE, Noah Bensonfor showing teamwork in PE, John Williamsfor showing teamwork in PE, Saniya Murphyfor showing teamwork in Art.
Scholars were also honored for their academic success and placement on the Honor Roll.
High school Honor Roll scholars include Clifton Belford, O'Shae Grissom, Jeremiah Jackson, Amya Jones, Jameesha Keen, Caileb Martin, Saniya Murphy, Demetrius Perry, Javan Ramos, Jamya Smith, Corey Sparkman, Opal Strohmeyer, Dekiah Barner, Rashaun Jones, Daijah Joyce, Anaya Smith, Antoine Smith, and Donovan Thomas.
Middle school Honor Roll scholars include Evan Henderson, Daron Johnson, Desiree Thomas, Mark Tuggle, Bethany Waugh, Jameria Evans, Joshua Glover, Justin McIntosh, Annalisia Parks, Xavier Turner, Bryanna Vandenburg, Janaya Warren, Derrick Whitcomb, Nykia Williams, Antonio Williams, Kameron Witherspoon, Diego Alonzo, Oscar Correa-Galarza, Joslyn Crawford, Ethan Griswold, Aydin Parks, India Tate, and Herbert Williams.
Latrece Walker and Leola Poe were recognized for having high honors with an average between 3.5 to 3.99.
High schoolers receiving high honors include Tynea Crews, CrisTasha Daniels, Kris Daniels, Jayonce Edwards, Joddy Henderson, Cyan Lewis, Terrell Polk, Keaveona Smith, Braiden Wade, Naiely Correa-Galarza, Hillary Vargas, and Makayla Wyatt.
Three middle school scholars, Shauntrez Jacobs, Curtis Henderson, and Derrick Whitcomb, were honored for participating in the Clavius Project Robotics Competition.
Middle schoolers Oscar Correa-Galarza and Alex Byas were recognized for getting the top score in MathCon, while Herbert Williams, Leola Poe, Earl Aitch, Joslyn Crawford, Mikayla Hodges, and Aydin Parks were recognized for participating in the MathCon.
Amir Johnson was recognized for competing in a chess tournament.
High schoolers Ramel Adkins, Kalind Anderson, Clifton Belford, DeShonda Crawford, Bakari Dorsey, Summer Johnson, Terrell Polk, Maykayla Robinson, Latyia Robinson, Gary Waugh, and Makayla Wyatt were recognized for their participation in the UMSL Bridge program.
High School MathCon participants included Jayonce Edwards, Jacob Shubert, Ben Byas, Naiely Correa-Galarza, Joddy Henderson, Octavia Jackson, Cyan Lewis, DeShonda Crawford, Alexis Mangrum, Keaveonna Smith, Rashaun Jones, Clifton Belford, Carleena Bishop, and RayZsha Williams.