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Hernando high school newsmakers


CENTRAL HIGH: Junior Jeffrey Urling has been selected as a member of the National Society of High School Scholars. The society recognizes students who have demonstrated leadership, high academics and community commitment.

HERNANDO HIGH: Choral students from the school are participating in the Florida All-State Choir auditions, along with almost 2,000 other high school students around the state. The audition process consists of several stages, the first of which took place last weekend. Eight of nine students passed the 50-question written music theory test to move on to the sight-reading auditions, which required reading 40 measures of music in multiple time signatures, key signatures and minor keys. Four Hernando High students proceeded to the final round of vocal auditions, which will be at Powell Middle School next month: juniors Drake Middlebrook, Hannah Carter and Raelis Cantero-Garcia, and freshman Kallie Carlton.

Hernando high school newsmakers 10/03/13 [Last modified: Thursday, October 3, 2013 12:56pm]
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