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Hernando County high school standouts

Central High School

Valedictorian: Information for the valedictorian was not authorized for release to the Times.

Salutatorian: Terrance Hudson

Parents: Ricardo and Althea Hudson

GPA: 4.4

College: University of Central Florida

Field of study: Statistics

Rest of the best

3. Natalie Chin

4. Claudeen Guillaume

5. Theresa Hancock

6. Samuel McCandless

7. Megan Roche

8. Samira Consuegra

9. Grayson Brown

10. Rachael Deprimo

Hernando High School

Valedictorian: Kelsey Victoria Kolasa

Parents: Keith and Jill Kolasa

GPA: 4.64

School: University of Florida honors program

Field of study: Chemistry and pre-medicine

Salutatorian: Stephanie Christine Kidd

Parents: John and Robin Kidd

GPA: 4.56

School: Stetson University business school honors program

Field of study: Marketing

Rest of the best

3. Catherine Caldwell

4. Bradley Platt

5. Sean Thornton

6. Kyle Kilbourne

7. Isabella Laughinghouse

8. Elisha Pager

9. Haley Jensen

10. Michael Morgan

Nature Coast Technical High School

Valedictorian: Rachel Davis

Parents: Angela Renee Davis and Jerry Thomas Davis

GPA: 4.53

School: New College in Sarasota

Field of study: Chemistry/pre-pharmacy

Salutatorian: David Silva-Melendez

Parents: Liser Melendez and David Silva

GPA: 4.41

School: University of Florida

Field of study: Aerospace engineering

Rest of the best

3. Kaitlyn Carmack

4.Catherine Hurtado

5. Ri Zheng

6. Melissa Scotti

7. Marshall Aske

8. Nicolas Russo

9. Jillian Altare

10. Sabrina Russell

Information on the top students at Springstead and Weeki Wachee high schools will be published June 6.

Hernando County high school standouts 05/28/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, May 28, 2014 6:24pm]
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