Truckee students included in Who’s Who
Many students from Truckee are included in “Who’s Who Among American High School Students, 1999-2000.”
“Who’s Who,” published by Educational Communications, Inc., Lake Forest, Illinois, is the largest recognition program and publication in the nation honoring high achieving high school students.
Students are nominated by high school principals and guidance counselors, national youth groups, churches and educational organizations based upon students’ academic achievement and involvement in extracurricular activities. Traditionally, 99 percent of “Who’s Who” students have a grade point average of B or better and 97 percent are college bound.
The 34th annual edition of “Who’s Who Among American High School Students, 1999-2000,” was published in 18 regional volumes and features over 750,000 students or just 5 percent of the nation’s 14,000,000 high school students. They represent approximately 20,000 of the 24,000 public, private and parochial high schools in the country.
Who’s Who students also compete for $200,000 in scholarship awards and participate in the publication’s “Annual Survey of High Achievers,” an annual opinion poll of teen attitudes.
The book is distributed on a complimentary basis to up to 15,000 high schools, colleges, universities and public libraries throughout the country.
To learn more about Who’s Who Among American High School Students, visit http://www.honoring.com.
Local students selected include:
Krista J. Anderson, Kellen M. Babb, Lindsey R. Babb, Kristine Bena, Natalie Bergman, Chelsea Blecha, Gary Cook, Emily DeCarlo, Tyler Freeman, Zach Jones, Sandy Kane, Ryan Ochoa, Diedre Panziera, Cali Pratt, Amber Rasmusen, Chris Schaffnit, Jessika Singer, Darcy Spencer, Kristin Thomas, Matt Valle, Misti Wood.
Casey D. Baker, Brian Beno, Alissa Bjerkhoel, Jamie Bjerkhoel, Chris Bollman, Robert Bousquet, Jarrett Bower, Nicole Buckhouse, Kristen Burch, Cali Burnworth, Valerie Cauhape, Lance Cohen, Nicole Comeaux, Kirsten Curtis, Ryan Curtis, Laura Davis.
Jessie Esquivel, Emma Ferneyhough, Emily Haskell, Katrina Heckendorn, Richard Hess, Zack Lannoy, Brittany Lewis, Christen Lodge, Brian Lowrance, Andrew R. MacKenzie, Aaron Oropeza, Amanda Parker, Mira Polochko, Susan Richner, Kirk Rouge, Danny Shimmon, Eric Slominski, Stephen Stapley, Heather Thym, Kristine M. Trudeau, Renee N. Trudeau, Betsy Van Blarigan, Serena Wood.
Michael Coates, Marcus R. Dallas, Melissa Giannetto, Dawn M. Gunter, Richard Home, Christina Lara, Danielle Musalo, Andrea Richards, Jennifer Thompson, Ashley Werbel, Billy Wrenn, Erik G. Wright.
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