Tuesday, June 17, 2003

Academic All-Stars: Warren County



The Cincinnati Enquirer

The Cincinnati Enquirer is pleased to present the Tristate's top honor students of the Class of 2003. While most schools name valedictorians or salutatorians, some recognize students in another way. In those cases, the Enquirer is listing the top students and their honors as designated by the schools.

Carlisle

Christine Deppen, Middletown, valedictorian

Sara Nolen, Carlisle, valedictorian

Charles Andrew Parks, Carlisle, valedictorian

Franklin

Samantha Fleming, Franklin Twp., top academic student

Leanne Cook, Franklin, top academic student

Lindsay Pelfrey, Franklin, top academic student

Kings

Heather Chapman, Maineville, valedictorian

Brad Maurer, Landen, valedictorian

Lebanon

Jill Allenbaugh, Lebanon, top student

Garrett Bartee, Lebanon, top student

Little Miami

Emily Hamburg, Morrow, valedictorian

Julie Kohus, Butlerville, salutatorian

Mason

Stephen Renzi, Mason, valedictorian

Chris Kim, Mason, salutatorian

Middletown Christian

Ashley Esselman, Middletown, valedictorian

Nora Corbett, Maineville, salutatorian

Ridgeville Christian School

Doug Conway, Lebanon, valedictorian

Emily Fisher, Lebanon, valedictorian

Amy Herrmann, Middletown, valedictorian

Melissa South, Waynesville, valedictorian

Lauren Strong, Lebanon, valedictorian

Springboro

Julie Foster, Springboro, valedictorian

Rebecca Tehan, Springboro, salutatorian

Warren County Career Center

Jesse Stump, Oregonia, valedictorian

Waynesville

Nicole Roe, Waynesville, valedictorian

Alan James, Waynesville, salutatorian




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