Tuba City High School honors top 10 seniors at Academic Awards assembly

Front row from left:  Brianna Loughran, Alexander Nez, Robyn Haskey, Micah Bahe and Titiana Nez. Back row from left:  Allen Joe, Wesley Loughran, Isaac Manrique, Tyler Johnson and Joseph Justice. These Tuba City High School graduating seniors have the highest final grade point averages at the school. Each has earned a full scholarship to varied universities. Rosanda Suetopka/NHO

Front row from left: Brianna Loughran, Alexander Nez, Robyn Haskey, Micah Bahe and Titiana Nez. Back row from left: Allen Joe, Wesley Loughran, Isaac Manrique, Tyler Johnson and Joseph Justice. These Tuba City High School graduating seniors have the highest final grade point averages at the school. Each has earned a full scholarship to varied universities. Rosanda Suetopka/NHO

TUBA CITY, Ariz. - Tuba City High School recognized the school's top 10 graduating academic achievers at an Academic Awards assembly May 15 in Warrior Pavilion.

Brianna Loughran, Alexander Nez, Robyn Haskey, Micah Bahe, Titianna Nez, Isaac Manrique, Wesley Loughran, Allen Joe, Tyler Johnson and Joseph Justice have the highest overall grade point averages. Each earned a full academic scholarship from universities as far away as New York, Massachusetts, Maryland and Southern California for their hard work and dedication.

With a mixed ethnic and cultural environment, accelerated academic programs and online honors programs available to the students as well as seasoned teaching mentors at the school, the top 10 students earned numerous scholastic accolades and honors.

Teachers gave the students academic medals that they wore on graduation day May 24. The students earned academic certificates in math, science, English, physics, mechanical engineering, drawing, calculus, construction and auto technology.

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