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2010 valedictorians and salutatorians in north Hillsborough County

ALONSO HIGH SCHOOL

Valedictorian: Gabrielle Mangru; GPA: 6.31

Salutatorian: Katherine V. Hernandez; GPA: 6.27

BOWERS/WHITLEY CAREER CENTER

Valedictorian: Brittany Anderson; GPA: 3.69

Salutatorian: Emily Grindle; GPA: 3.63

CHAMBERLAIN HIGH SCHOOL

Valedictorian: Mark Thomas Parrish; GPA: 6.8466

Salutatorian: Thomas Jordan Mouse; GPA: 6.72

FREEDOM HIGH SCHOOL

Valedictorian: Hannah Ferrall; GPA: 7.4

Salutatorian: Andrew Mortellaro; GPA: 7.12

GAITHER HIGH SCHOOL

Valedictorian: Jessica Lawson; GPA: 7.59

Salutatorian: Laura Ackart; GPA: 6.6

JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL

Valedictorian (magnet): Emily Berkes; GPA: 6.1857

Salutatorian (magnet): Jessica Duncan; GPA: 6.1672

Valedictorian (traditional): Andrew Bronson; GPA: 5.3118

Salutatorian (traditional): Erica Riley; GPA: 5.1818

LETO HIGH SCHOOL

Valedictorian: David Garcia; GPA: 5.7229

Salutatorian: Daili Diaz-Sanchez; GPA: 5.6909

SICKLES HIGH SCHOOL

Valedictorian: Jason Patrick McDade; GPA: 6.4614

Salutatorian: Nathaniel Peter Fernando; GPA: 6.28

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

WHARTON HIGH SCHOOL

Valedictorian: Dion Larson; GPA: 3.9710 (7.0910 weighted)

Salutatorian: Ruxton Dellecese; GPA: 3.9218 (7.0018 weighted)

JEFFERSON HIGH SCHOOL

2010 valedictorians and salutatorians in north Hillsborough County 06/02/10 [Last modified: Thursday, June 3, 2010 12:54pm]
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