Meridian Star


November 3, 2013

Neshoba Central students score 'Advanced' on subject area tests




The following Neshoba Central students scored Advanced on the SATP2 English II test in May 2013: front row, from left, Wesley Akins, Shum Benson, Lee Bowen, Helen Bryan, Meaghan Bryan, Brian Cloys and Emily Crenshaw; second row, from left, Kiara Cruz, Dylan Dunn, John S. Eakes, Micheal Ellingburg, Destiny Files and Lora Goodin; third row, from left, Jarard Greer, Eman Jaafar, Tommie Killen, Hailey Lunderman, Lindsey Matthews and Joanna Maxie; fourth row, from left, Michael Mclain, Shelby Mowdy, Bayleigh Payne, Madison Pike, Cheyenne Pilgrim, Kimberly Poole and Hailey Pope; and fifth row, from let, Eduardo Rangel, Johnny Rickles, Tristan Stovall, Aspen White, Tristan Willis and Christian Young. Not pictured: Zachery Abunemeh, Shelby Beason, Jason Bradly, Dylan Brister, Mary Kate Collins, Deandre Dupont, William Gay, August Gurry, Morgan Hardy, Abby Hedgpeth, Darius Hunt, Mary Levin, Madison Marshall, Taylor Phillips, Hailey Rushing, Marla Smith, Michael Thomas, Mallory Tucker, Kellie Watson, Felicia Wright. English II instructors are Cindy Stroud and Angela Holdiness.


The following Neshoba Central students scored Advanced on the SATP2 U.S. History test in May 2013: front row, from left, Alex Adams, Joshua Alexander, Haley Alford, Shelby Anthony, John Thomas Bates, Kooper Battle and Nekkita Beans; second row, from left, Coral Beasley, Leverett Brown, Victoria Chestnut, Timothy Cole, Kaylie Edwards, Kenneth Edwards and Ryan Gardner; third row, from left, Katlyn Hatcher, Brandi Kilpatrick, Ben Pace, Corbin Rivers, Marissa Stanfill and Ian Thompson; and fourth row, from left, Matthew Turcotte, Carson Vanderpoorten, Victoria Vowell and Rebekah Watson. Not pictured: Jared Brister, James Buckley, Eric Carson, Elora John, James Kelly, Colt Kilpatrick, Tanner Kittrell, Olivia McCullough, Alex Michelletti, Ryan Montgomery, Daniel Sciple, Madison Vaughn, Cody Vowell, Bailey Wilborn, Peyton Williamson and Joseph Willis. U.S. History instructors are Jimmie Copeland, Jim Duncan and LeaAnn Anderson.

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