Meridian Star

Education

April 24, 2013

Walk of Fame Honorees

MERIDIAN — Kyle Boyken, left Aylissa Hodges, Timothy Altman, Tykia Watts and Keisha Robinson sign their names to the "MHS Walk of Fame" for being among 71 Meridian High School students who scored "Advanced," the highest possible, on one or more of the state tests. Since MHS is on a block schedule and students

complete courses in a semester instead of a full year, some students took the English II, Alegbra I, U.S.

History, and/or Biology I state test in December. Students with "Advanced" scores got to add their name to the blue paw print for their subject area on the "Walk of Fame" outside of the MHS Auditorium.

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