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2010 valedictorians and salutatorians for east Hillsborough

Armwood High School

Valedictorian: Jillian Gempel; GPA: 6.15

Salutatorian: Rebecca Williams; GPA: 6.07

Bloomingdale High School

Valedictorian: Robert Gordon; GPA: 6.89

Salutatorian: Brian Woodcock; GPA: 6.45

Brandon High School

Valedictorian: Zachary Little; GPA: 6.53

Salutatorian: Austin Lane; GPA: 6.23

Durant High School

Valedictorian: Somer Harvey; GPA: 7.8276

Salutatorian: Stefani Grewe; GPA: 7.64

East Bay High School

Valedictorian: Natalie Coker; GPA: 6.75

Salutatorian: Kayla Baker; GPA: 6.48

Lennard High School

Valedictorian: Marcus Featherston; GPA: 6.08

Salutatorian: Erik Arroyo; GPA: 5.83

Newsome High School

Valedictorian: Brian Kodalen; GPA: 6.84

Salutatorian: Michael Brewster; GPA: 6.78

Plant City High School

Valedictorian: Erika Kolakowski; GPA: 7.32

Salutatorian: Taylor Flumerfelt; GPA: 7.3

Riverview High School

Valedictorian: Garett Brown; GPA: 6.48

Salutatorians: Andrew Hamilton, Kaitlyn Loy, Julie Wyrick; GPA: 6.16

Spoto High School

Valedictorian: Hetty Hong; GPA: 6.1045

Salutatorian: Christopher Weiss; GPA: 6.0224

Tampa Bay Technical High School

Valedictorian (traditional): Travis Jones; GPA: 6.7642

Salutatorian (traditional): Gregory Always; GPA: 5.5894

Valedictorian (Academy of Health Professions): Sami Mostafa; GPA: 6.4523

Salutatorian (Academy of Health Professions): Joel John; GPA: 6.2625

Valedictorian (Architectural Design Academy): Andre Espat; GPA: 5.569

Salutatorian (Architectural Design Academy): Kamille Delgado; GPA: 4.87

2010 valedictorians and salutatorians for east Hillsborough 06/02/10 [Last modified: Wednesday, June 2, 2010 6:58pm]
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