Kenai Central High School 3rd Quarter Honor Roll

4.0: 12th grade — Carissa Bible, Kendra Cissell, Makayla George, Christina Glenzel, Josephine Jones, Jake Kirsch, Kathryn Knackstedt, Haiden Perkins, Dallas Pierren, Lydia Power, Alyson Quartly, Caitlin Steinbeck, Courtney Stroh. 11th grade — Alexandria Bergholtz, Paolo Brigato, Allison Bushnell, Christopher Campos, Brittney Cramer, Amanda Fischer, Sierra Hall, Kiana Harding, Emmily Janke, Alyeska Krull, Ashley Maxson, Kirsten Nyquist, Allison Ostrander, Jeremy Ruggiero, Dakota Sorrels. 10th grade — Alexis Baker, David Beck, Donalen Bowers, Logan Boyle, Carola Chavez Pajares, Laural Dunham, Hailey Helms, Taylor Kenney, Ty Kenney, Madeleine Michaud, Mikaela Salzetti, Allison Steinbeck. 9th grade — Savannah Boze, Ross Hanson, Caleigh Jensen, Robin Johnson, Eric Kempf, Emily Koziczkowski, Mackenzie Lindeman, Krysten Maxson, Baylee Roberts, Taylor Shelden, Mara Youngren-Brown.

3.5 – 3.99: 12th grade — Annie Azzara, Gabriel Boyle, Caleb Caldwell, Kirsten Duran, Zoya Elder, Justice English, Shannon Evans, Austin Frederic, Vladislav Glushkov, Bradley Hamilton, Matthew Hinkle, Hanah Hoff, Kayla Howard, Jordan Jackman, Danielle Jackson, Keir Johnson, Mackenzie Lee, Courtney McCauley, Falon McGahan, Jacob Meyer, Nathanael Mole, Nathan Narlock, Vienna Schmitter-Schrier, Trevor Wagoner, Tamera Ward, Kia Youngren-Brown. 11th grade — Ian Ashley, Jamie Bagley, Savannah Bilyeu, Celestina Castro, Becky Dragseth, Meagan Easley, Jake Eubank, Mackenzie Evenson, Kylie Hanson, Driskoll Heath, Kyle Hunter, Nathan Kaaihue, Svetlana Landt Ortega, Natnaree Masiri, Sherrie Murray, Wren Norwood, Hannah Nusbaum, Heidi Perkins, Kendra Pisa, Thomas Randall, Andrea Reilly, Gunner Smith, Makai-Lynn Smith, Brandon Sorhus, Jonah Theisen, Dezmond Ticknor, Danielle Updike, Nyqolle Van De Grift, Joseph Vicere, Rebecca Willard. 10th grade — Lucienne Anderson , Ean Atchley, James Bodolosky, Jr., Brett Brown, Dalton Dosko, Hannah Drury, Sarah Every, Liam Floyd, Keith Ivy, Zachary Koziczkowski, Tiffany Long, Raymon Machen-Gray, Alexandra McKinstry, Johnathan Nash, Drew Peterson, Caleb Rohn, Jacey Ross, Ashley Segura, McKinley Sorhus, Michael Tilly, Jr. 9th grade — Andrew Agosti, Abigail Beck, Nicholas Beeson, Brittany Bucho, Patricia Catacutan, Madison Chanley, Savannah Clark, MaryBethany Coghill, Lara Creighton, Kathryn Darch, Cy Dull, Shannon Esteban, Whitney Esteban, Fionna Heath, Avery Hieber, Joshua Jackman, Cierra King, Mariah Kjostad, Alexis Koroll, Kassandra Lindsley, Attison Machen-Gray, Blossom McGahan, Isabella Missel, Samantha Morse, Thera Mullet, Kelsey Pisa, Mikaela Pitsch, Kaden Pohl, Stefani Schindler, Zackary Selinger, Shanija Walters, Julianne Wilson.

3.0 – 3.49: 12th grade — Justin Angeles-Ward, Robert Brown, Cody Conaway, Olen Danielson, Brittany Fabunan, Ian Ferguson, Shane Fortune, Ariana Gabriel, Matthew Goffena, Anessia Hubler, Alison Jones, William Michaud, Jessica Roper, Nolan Scarlett, Dacia Shier, Kiah Smith, Cory Stuart, Aaron Troxell-Tom, Shelby Weber, Jay Willford, Nathan Zorbas. 11th grade — Hannah Barcus, Charlene Benson, Sydney Clark, Travis Cooper, Jacob Dye, Kyle Foree, Hevyn Hoff, Samantha Kalarchik, Lilly Kincheloe, Megan Kissee, Christopher Lawson, Victoria Link, Joseph McKee, Joshua Posey-Schave, Mariah Prosterman, Beverly Schindler, Mariah Schloeman, Kathleen Smith, Denise Taylor, Kinsley Trahan, Timothy Zoda. 10th grade — Cody Arbelovsky, Moriah Bisset, Ashley Burcham, Lindsay Floyd, Joseph Gabriel, Christopher Hamilton, Conner Johnson, Connor Jones, Nathan Lervold, Draiden McMinn, Kylie Morse, KathLynn Payton, Amanda Whited, Sydnee Wyckoff. 9th grade — Ellimarie Bravo-Moe, Kameron Brazell, Brianna Bushnell, Natalia Chavez Pajares, Cameron Cole, Jrew Daniels, Maximillian deMello, Maxwell Dye, Madeline George, Jaycob Goff, Dorothy Kameroff, Melanie Lee, Rebecca Miller, Adaya Pollock, Becki Power, Phillip Rhodes, Jessica Segura, Dai-Ana Smith, Kevin Souders, Timothy Ticknor, Cassidy Weekes, Kelcei Zoda, Matthew Zorbas.

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