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Grace Christian Academy honors academic achievements

Grace Christian Academy recently presented honor roll certificates for the second quarter of the 2014-2015 school year.

All A Honor Roll:

Everynn Andrade, Emily Donadio, Jack Ferrence, Ethan Ford, Addy Hinds, Natalie Jeffries, Ty Lehr, Meghan Mealey, Alehssia Reinhart, Keifer Reinhart, Lauren Tannehill and Brian (Moses) WainWright.

A-B Honor Roll:

Grace Carnes, Olivia Carnes, Jack Dwyer, Gabe Edwards, Stella Finnegan, Makenzie Ford, Jamie Jeffries, Julia Osier, Madison Palmer and Cole Parrish.

Additionally, several students from the school will compete March 13 in the regional math olympics sponsored by the Association of Christian Schools International. The students will be competing against students from schools in Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico and Arizona. Areas of competition include computation and reasoning categories.

Grace students eligible to compete are:

Jack Ferrence, Makenzie Ford, Jamie Jeffries, Ty Lehr, Cole Parrish, Alehssia Reinhart and Keifer Reinhart.

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