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Rutherford County students make honor roll at Webb School


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BELL BUCKLE, Tenn. - The Webb School recently announced its A and B honor rolls for the second quarter of the 2012-13 school year.

An independent college preparatory day and boarding school for the sixth through 12th grades, The Webb School is the oldest continuously operating institution of its kind in the South. The school has a dual emphasis on academic excellence and character development.  

The following Rutherford County residents earned A Honor Roll status: Ridley Bouldin, Abhi Manda, Elizabeth Bigham, Ian Reyes, Anna Claire Tuma, Sophia Akatue, Katie Carter, Geetha Gowda, Jason Bartlett, Carson Bryant and Benjamin Wells.

The following Rutherford County residents earned B Honor Roll status: Caroline Coleman, Luke Garland, Kate Mifflin, Ethan Dolan, Clarice Kiser, Hayden Weeks, Bailey Dornisch, Jhansi Kolli, Alyss Masundire, Zoe Schott, Anna Kata Curtis, Phil D’Antonio, Ashleigh King, Anna Morgan, Jared Moss, Colin Paffrath, Josie Reyes, Alex Elliott, Jesse Fenner, Nat Fenner, Taylor Halliburton, Ben Morris, Reed Spivey, Caroline Tuma, Jami Averwater, Reid Brown, Caitie Connor, Brent Dotson, Kaci Dupree and Ellie Knox.

For more information about The Webb School visit www.thewebbschool.com.
 
 
 
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