Richland 2 recognizes Junior Scholars

BLYTHEWOOD – Richland Two eighth grade students were recognized as Junior Scholars during a ceremony May 14 at the Richland Two Institute of Innovation. This group of students performed at the academic top two percent of South Carolina. Identification criteria for eligibility are either the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test or the Duke University Talent Identification Program. The 2018 Junior Scholars are:

Blythewood Middle School

Brayden Allen, Chad Averette, Caroline Barnes, David Barnett, Camrin Bills, Maxwell Bloom, Jordan Brown, Zachary Brown, Jackson Butler, Sophie Carlton, Ellis Chen, Blythe Davis, Payton Davis, Jorge Escobedo, Gyles Gregory, William Gregory, Riley Johnson, Landin Langridge, Abigail Lee, Brandon Marshall, Caroline Nutter, Leigh Reyes, Lauryn Scott, William Sherman, Ava Swindler, Evan Taylor, Genesis Taylor, Lauren Tocci, Noah Valsecchi, Madeline Webster, Isaiah Williams

Kelly Mill Middle School

Kaci Boling, Kylie Boston, Macy Collins, Ian Daugherty, Daylan Isreal, Connor Jackson, Abigail Kaczynski, Turner Lam, Phillip Larkins, Corinne Lunn, Hannah Myers, Tim Nguyen, Oluwatobi Odubena, Peyton Parker-Smith, Ryann Peterson, Ethan Rumpel, Cynthia Schaefer, Nicholas Spencer, Zachary Vereen

Muller Road Middle School

Jaelynn Adams,  Alexander Anelli, Amya Brewer, Katherine Brown, Evan Cox, Katiya Daniel, Jordan Goings, Andrew Grant, Kara Hankinson, John Heath, Caleb Ledley, Drake Lesher, Olijuah McFadden, Austin Meisner, Joshua Meisner, Andrew Moore, Caitlyn Murray, Paul Navis, William O’Cain, Seth Scholl, Kailey Watson

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