Tuesday, June 17, 2003

Academic All-Stars: Dearborn 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.

East Central

All honors students with grade-point-average of 3.8 or higher:

Edward Engelhardt, Caitlin Hinton, Brennan Knotts, Michele McDaniel, Jenna Blasdel, Jamie Fisher, Craig Rewerts, Tracey Wagner, Rachel Becker, Matthew Graves, Beth Harper, Rachel James, Anne Mansfield, Joseph Moder, Rebecca Kraus, Matthew Mechlem, Brittany Jent, Troy Harmon, Andrew Beck, Jennifer Ohmer, Ryan Carney, all of Lawrenceburg

Nathanial Pelsor, Kenton Zimmerman, Brandi Kater, Christopher Graf, Rachel Joerger, Emily Kraus, all of Sunman; Andrea Freeman, Sarah Gilley, Bryan Cornelius, Meagan Wilson, Kathleen Lillie, all of Guilford; Adam Record, Batesville; Abby Farrell, Andrea Kuntz, Nichole Upchurch, Angela Lyness, Annie Daugherty, all of West Harrison.


Ashley Eiler, Lawrenceburg, valedictorian

Brittany Luloff, Lawrenceburg, salutatorian

Keith Kaffenberger, Lawrenceburg, salutatorian

Jerad Yelland, Lawrenceburg, salutatorian

South Dearborn

Cherylynn Schilling, Morres Hill, valedictorian

Allison Worthington, Aurora, salutatorian

Oldenburg Academy of the Immaculate Conception

Lisa Wettrick, Shelbyville, valedictorian

Abigail Alford, Harrison, salutatorian

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