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Unformatted text preview: 2010-11 AccoladesOver 40 Years of ExcellenceEight students named National Merit Finalists: Emily Bakaj, William Fishburne, Michael Hobensack, Kaneisha Payton, Tyler Pixley, Brady Russo, Ryland Sundby and Harmony WhiteOne student, Taylor A. Brazell named National Merit Semi-FinalistThree students named National Achievement Finalists: Kaneisha Payton, Jazmin Ricks and Gabrielle WilsonFive students named National Merit Commended: Jacob Baker, Benjamin Fogler, Christian Lattimore, Sarah Long and Rebecca RhymOne student named National Achievement Outstanding Participant: Jamora HamiltonMerritt Cates monotype print selected by College Board to appear on next years AP poster. His print was one of 15 out of 39,000 selectedSpring Valley received a high performance award in the second annual ACT/SAT Performance Improvement Award (ASPI) Program. SVHS students have the highest AP pass rate (84%) in the state on 2010 AP examsThe Girls Basketball Team won the 4A State Championship for 2010The following students had a perfect score on the SAT or ACT: Abhinav Gianey on the Math Section of the SAT, Megan Brovan on the Writing Section of the SAT, Timothy Kim on the World History Area Test of the SAT, Mason Thornley on the Math Section of the SAT, Hudson Tryon on Math Level 2 Area Test and the Chemistry area test, Harmony White on Math Level 2 Area Test and 800 on Critical Reading, Wilton Hobbs on Math Section of the SAT and William Fishburne scored 36 on the ACT. Rebecca Lee on Korean with Listening; Hitomi Saito on Japanese with Listening, Wesley Paulman on Critical Reading, Rohan Sunthanker on the Math Section, and Ming Wong on Math Level 2Spring Valley leads the district in ACT scores and in numbers of students taking the test -- 259 students took the test with a composite score of 21.9. SVHS scores exceeded the state and national scores as well.The Girls Basketball Team won the Crescent Bank Holiday Invitational in Myrtle Beach, SC. Briana Robinson received the Individual Sportsmanship Award, Xylina McDaniel was named All Tournament and Asia Dozier was the Tournament MVPThe Boys Basketball Team placed 2nd in the Bob Cat Classic Holiday Tournament. Jonathan Garrett and Kristofer Acox were named to the All-Tournament Team.The following students scored a perfect 80 on an area test of the PSAT: Abhinav Gianey, Nicolette Hook and Sean Noh in Mathematics; Afia Khan in Critical Reading, Mathematics and Writing; Michael McDonald in Critical Reading and Mathematics; Catherine Pollock in Writing and Chandler Pobis in Critical Reading...
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course HRMN 3420 taught by Professor Kyrasutton during the Spring '10 term at Auburn University.
- Spring '10
- The Land