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SCHS names first quarter honor roll students

Sunnyside Christian High School recently released its honor roll lists for the first quarter of the 2010-11 school year.

Freshmen earning high honor roll recognition with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher are Joshua Anderson, Brant Bosma, Dylan Cervantes, C.J. Dalrymple, Jenna den Hoed, Sandra Gutierrez, Zachary Halma, Collin Householder, Lisa Leyendekker, Brandon Moore, Drew Scheenstra, Joshua Stein, Tad Tyhuis, Stormee Van Belle, Billy Van Winderden, Danika Wagenaar, Emily Werkhoven and Micayln Williams.

SCHS sophomores listed on the high honor roll are Brandon Broersma, Alex Brouwer, Danika DeGroot, Kara den Hoed, Alexandra Newhouse and Drew Puterbaugh.

Juniors receiving recognition on the SCHS high honor roll are Matthew DeGroot, Grace den Hoed, Alyssa Haak, Katie Long and Madeline Wavrin.

Seniors on the high honor roll are Steven Bosma, Steven Broersma, Kevin DeJong, Gabrielle Filicetti, Alexandra Laws, Brent Tyhuis and Analisa Van Oostrum.

Earning honor roll recognition for grade point averages ranging from 3.00 to 3.49 are freshmen Guillermo Aguilar, McKenzie Benjert, Mary Filicetti, Jordan Floyd, Betsy Knotts, Ashleigh Oswalt, Isaha Quinn Rodriguez, Nate Van de Graaf and Haley Ziegler.

SCHS sophomores on the 3.00 to 3.49 GPA honor roll are Joseph Bogen, Rita Dalrymple, Allyssa Dunn and Makayla Morrow.

Juniors earning a spot on the 3.00 to 3.49 GPA honor roll are Marisa Broersma, Ricky Driesen, Jackson Haak, Matthew Moore and Trevor Wagenaar.

SCHS seniors on the first quarter 3.00 to 3.49 GPA honor roll are Ryan Burton, Janelle DeGroot, John den Hoed, Dillon Struikmans, Drew Van de Graaf and Renae Visser.

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