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Cherry Creek Schools’ Students Honored as Aurora Scholars
To the cheers and applause of family and friends, 169 students from the Cherry Creek School District’s Aurora schools were honored as “Aurora Scholars” during presentations on April 14 at Grandview High School and on April 20 at Hinkley High School.
 
The Cherry Creek Schools students, along with students from Aurora Public Schools, were recognized by officials from the City of Aurora and their schools and districts, for their academic achievements and for contributing to their school and community.
 
The Aurora Scholars program was founded by former Aurora City Councilman Larry Beer, who wanted to honor Aurora’s high-achieving students in Cherry Creek Schools, Aurora Public Schools, and Aurora’s private and parochial schools.
 
Students had to be nominated for the honor by one of their teachers.  One student from each grade level was selected from each elementary, middle and high school in Aurora.
 
Congratulations to all of the Cherry Creek School District’s Aurora Scholars!
 
Antelope Ridge Elementary
Emma Fenstermacher
Sophie Pruss
Mason Leatherbury
Tatiana Dixon
MacKenzie Brower
 
Arrowhead Elementary
Ricardo Rabelo
Sebastian Knight
Alaila Bailey
Janissa Varnado
Michelle Steil
 
Aspen Crossing Elementary
Zachary Gultom
Kaitlyn Pagel
Raegan Vetter
Avery Nava
Jessica Kim
 
Buffalo Trail Elementary
Maddie Bowman
Jackson Raugust
Reaghan Fields
Mac Bowman
Shahryar Choudhry
 
Canyon Creek Elementary
Eyana Geda
Anvay Raje
Daisy parra
Saraia Gentile
Elijah Wafford
Cimarron Elementary
Dervin Taylor
Hunter Cutler
Chenoa Williams
Kyra Harrell
Shiloh Najjar
Coyote Hills Elementary
Masina Manu
Collin Stevenson
Liam Sullivan
C.J. Webster
D.J. Wright
 
Dakota Valley Elementary
Iyanna Savage
Jacob Greer
Macy Cummins
Delia Martinez
Tristan Louthan
 
Eastridge Community Elementary
Vincent Liebchen
Jonice Pitts
Christopher Desiere
Sounya Agor
Tia Jorgensen
 
Fox Hollow Elementary
Taylor Theofiledas
Marcus Nguyen
Macy Brockamp
Levi Dombro
Catherine Novotny
 
Highline Community Elementary
Christian Herrera
Callum Kerby
Matthew Wilson
Darin Fields
Saul Perez
 
Independence Elementary
Jennifer Tschida
Taylor Miller
Madison Piotrowski
Chandler Justice
Kayla Galvez
 
Indian Ridge Elementary
Isabelle Giroux
Grace Coleman
Bryce Parsons
Anna Rogacki
Casey Dickey
 
Meadow Point Elementary
Elizabeth Herting
Cesar Nambo Rojas
Jiovanny Gonzales
Cailin Nielsen
Saugat Upadhaya
 
Mission Viejo Elementary
Nicholas Corrado
Victor Castorena
Ryan Anderson
Lindsay Anderson
Emilie Roberts
 
Pine Ridge Elementary
Matthew Krupa
Jackson Leski
Alex Pedrazzini
Derek Moran
 
Polton Elementary
Nathaneal Tewelde
Olivia Calderon
Trevon Deden
Allyson Acosta
Namrata Rai
 
Ponderosa Elementary
Remy Wedgeworth Brown
Haven Hudson
Carmen Bryant
Ifechukwu Nwosu
Tasnim Ahmad
 
Red Hawk Ridge Elementary
Cole Wrona
Parker McClellan
Naveah Randle
Axel Faugier
Tanner O’Tremba
 
Rolling Hills Elementary
Emma Tucker
Kylie Starr
Colton Lee
Kacy Johnston
Caitlin Smith
 
Sagebrush Elementary
Alexis Robinson
Sophie Cupp
Katie Sykes
Jason Hristopoulos
Radhika Kattula
 
Sunrise Elementary
Chloe Jones
Emma Leven
Ashley Conlin
Alyra Jones
Piyamon Tanya Boonrawd
 
Summit Elementary
Simon-Peter Frimpong
Jeremy Garza
 
Timberline Elementary
Alexis Melendez
Simon Clark
Mackenzie Prendergast
Brock Berger
Mary Drown
 
Village East Elementary
Alexander Ortizdejesus
Ruth Love
Jordan Bryant
JoAnna O’Connell
Cameron Hudley Taylor
 
Challenge School (K-8)
Tavian Willsea
Carter Larsen
Marston Garber
Claire Mielke
Madrid Yara
Jewell Humphrey
Taylor Fulton
Jamie Jazier
 
Falcon Creek Middle School
Richard Charles
Bruno Suverza
Shyla Mars 
 
Fox Ridge Middle School
Isabella Rodriguez
Gabriel Dorsey Glover
Emily Bradford
 
Horizon Community Middle School
Jia Lin
Brittica Bohlen
D’Angelo Gregory
 
Laredo Middle School
Sara Power
Ninaad Nariani
Elijah Sanford
 
Liberty Middle School
Kayla M. Samuels
Geoffrey Leon Deitsch Kelly
Nicholas Bennett Paulin
 
Prairie Middle School
Alzar Gebremichael
Kimberely Scherner
Alejandra Lopez
 
Sky Vista Middle School
Josette Axne
Aldo Zepeda
Prisha Patel
 
Thunder Ridge Middle School
Maria Rossi
Alan Medina
Saly Mbengue
 
Cherokee Trail High School
Zoe Hinton
Christopher Dosen
Jorge Murillo Montes
Shelby Bates
 
Grandview High School
Jessica Kartz
Carly Seib
Monica Sanchez
True Walters
 
Overland High School
Alex Vidmar
Yasmine Dakhama
Djanne Smith
Sandra Godinez Solis
 
Smoky Hill High School
Lindsey Paricio
Austin Kohlman
Megan Litschewski
Tamar Daniel
Posted 5/12/2011 3:50 PM
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