Twelve John Marshall Fundamental Secondary School students earned academic honors from the College Board National Recognition Program.
By News Desk
The awards for Latino, Hispanic, Black, African American, Native, and/or Indigenous students celebrate hard work in high school and showcase strong academic performance.
Recognized for academic honors and receiving the National African American Recognition Award (NAARA) are: Edwin Abledu, Corazon Adomou, Ethan Allen, Jordynn Bass, Kenneth Garnett, and Grant Goodwin. Recognized for academic honors and receiving the National Hispanic Recognition Award are Julia Castro, Melanie Duarte, Amber Elias, Alejandro Leyva, Jason Rosado, and Armando Solis.
The awards are an opportunity for students to share their strong academic achievements with colleges and scholarship programs seeking to recruit diverse talent.
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