BJH students academic achievements recognized

More than 160 Brenham Junior High students have been recognized for their academic achievements.

The school recently held its eighth grade academic awards program, with students maintaining a 3.0 grade point average during the seventh grade and first semester of their eighth grade year receiving engraved watches sponsored by a local business, teacher, or family member.

Students recognized were:

Ali Abubaker, Presli Allie, Keaton Ray Altman, Azariah Amerson, Katalina Andrade, Anthony Andrade-Monares, Haley Andrejczak, Jada Armstead, Lauren Baker, Jeb Balakwit, Shelby Barber, Kate Anne Barnes, Travis Bartay, Emily Bean, Jennifer Bejar, Hunter Bender, Landon Benson, Allyson Blackburn, Clayton Carl Boeker, Ben Bosse, Wilbert Brisco Jr., Adam Bugaj, Denny Bustos, and Marcoantonio Bustos.

Also, Ian Cales, Jadan Canales, Cody Cao, Mauricio Chandler, Annie Chen, Elizabeth Chisholm, Derrick Kramer Chovanec, Griffin Chovanec, Abby Clayton, Annie Clepper, Harley Coghlan, Madison Coskey, Jacob Counts, Joshua Paul Cruz, Lidia Cruz, Diana Hernandez, Mason Dallmeyer, Cara L. Davis, Reginald Delaney, Evan Dickinson, Hayden Digregorio, Kara Downs, Mason L. Elledge, Kramer Eschete and Kaytlin Evans.

And, Kristi Evans, Kirbie Faour, Ryann Fatheree, Emali Fernandez, Kaitlin Flisowski, Cole Gaertner, Angel Galvan, Audrey Garcia, Kimberly Garduno, Sam Gaskamp, Lee Graves Jr., Kelsee Green, Raigan Halstead, Clara Hamilton, Jenna Hardy, Colby Hays, Travis Henderson, Leona Mariel Hernandez, Sierra Hill, Dalton Reed Hynes, Brad Jacobs, Dawson Brian Jacobs, Aden Jaster, Colton R. Jaster, Chardae Johnson and Lilly Jones.

Also, Quan R. Jones, Jill Justice, Braylen Kasprowicz, Jaylen Kasprowicz, Maggie Kenjura, Jake Kolkhorst, Kaitlyn Kuehn, Ethan Kuhn, Trey Jacob Lawhun, Ximena Lino, Annie Loomis, Zachary Loza, Grant Mahlmann, Arabella Maitland, Avery Marik, Hope Marrs, Elyssa Martin, Juan Martinez, Parker Mason, Sydney R. Mason, Mackenzie Maurer-McMillan, Jenna Maxwell, Bri’annia McBride, Daven McCracken and Aaliyah McDonald.

And, Haley McKinley, Madyson Meier, Erica A.D. Melton, Isaiah Mercado, Kenia Mercado, Hannah Mertz, Riley Moehlmann, Lindsey Kyle Moye, Lily Nguyen, Tina Nguyen, Traelan Nickerson, Kauy Gregory O’Donnell, Diana G. Padron-Perez, Murti Patel, C’Asia W. Patterson, Alyssa Pauler, Alexandra Perez, Moctezuma E. Perez, Thang Pham, Kayci Pharaon, Dylan Phillips, Nakayla Pickens, Victoria A. Pieper, Rosa Pinon and Amber Pittman.

Also, Tristan Ray Jr., Moriah Renken, John Resendez, Cameron Charles Richardson, Kirsten Riley, Nicole Rivera, Brandin Roberts, Katherine Roberts, Amber Rocha, Steven Alberto Rodriguez, Braden J. Roehling, Samantha Rogers, Sydney Ross, Jessica Salazar, Natalie Marie Salazar, Rocio Sanchez, Kayla Sansom, Harrison Saunders, Rachel Saunders, Caeden Scherer, Clayton Scot Schroeder, Colton Schultz and Madison Schulz.

And, Tom Sengphet, Kalyn Shill, Emma Silvey, Brenson Smith, Collin Smith, Alejandro Alberto Soto-Avalos, Elissa Spry, Erissa Spry, Abby Stolz, Braeden Stork, Aidan Strickland, Alexandria Ann Summerlin, Tia Sweed, Jasmine Tackett, Matthew Taing, Julia Terry, Amanda Kay Thompson, Kayla Tice, Wyatt Trevino, Malachia Tucker-Roach and Mia Eileen Nicole Vasquez,.

Also, Jordan Vega, Cayelin Walker, Colton Walkoviak, Cody Watts, Rowdy Weidemann, Jacob Wade Wellmann, Neeleigh Wellmann, Katherine Werth, Ariel P.J. Williams, Tierson Williams, Shayle Woods, Claire Elizabeth Yackel, Yasmin Yanez, Alexis Zach, Berit Auch and Jared Zwahr.

Recipients of Principal’s Awards were Keyton Curl, Dillon Thomas, Hailey Mertins and Markell Lee.

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