University of Dayton
Scarlett Crabson of Rogers and Callaghan Flood of Fayetteville earned a spot on the University of Dayton's spring 2019 dean's list, which honors undergraduate students achieving a minimum 3.5 GPA for the semester.
Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Tyrese D. Smallwood of Bentonville High School has enrolled for the 2019 fall semester at Southwestern Oklahoma State University as part of the first four sessions of the New Student Orientation Program on the Weatherford campus.
Arkansas State University
Students on the chancellor's and dean's lLists for spring 2019 at Arkansas State University have been announced. The chancellor's list (designated as CL) includes students who earned a grade point average of 3.80 to 4.0 for spring classes. The dean's list (DL) includes students with a grade point average of 3.6 to 3.79.
Bella Vista: Mandi Nussbaum, CL, Joshua Rhodes, DL
Bentonville: Haley McCoy, DL
Centerton: Bessie Alexander, CL, Andrew Apple, DL
Lowell: Blake Bowers, CL, Shawna Tyner, DL
Rogers: Scott Mathews, CL
Siloam Springs: Karina Lozano, DL, Joseph Schroeder, DL
Springdale: Fuller Chandler, CL
Diamond City: Sabrina Sturtevant, CL
Harrison: Madison Allgeier, DL, Haley Beaver, CL, Alexxandrea Carter, CL, Kali Carter, CL, Taylor Coy, CL, Shannon Popejoy, CL, Madison Presley, CL, Seth Waters, CL
Lead Hill: Casey Johnson, DL
Omaha: Paige Roberts, CL
Berryville: Erwin Diaz, DL
Eureka Springs: Madison Eastburn, CL
Green Forest: Alonso Sinay, CL
Alma: Ashlen Hill, CL, Brianna Stubbs, CL, Deanna Jones, DL
Van Buren: Madison Arnold-Loris, DL
Magazine: Brenden Scott, DL
New Blaine: Kennady Kremers, CL
Mansfield: Cristy Rogers, CL
Waldron: Zachary Hale, CL
Fort Smith: Matthew Beachy, CL, Gunnar Etzkorn, CL, Allison Garner, CL, Kati Grover, DL, Zachary Ruple, DL, Michael Wiginton, DL
Greenwood: Hayley Wilkinson, DL
Hackett: Kelsey Dickerson, DL
Elkins: Madison Immesote, CL, Tonyia Tannehill, CL
Elm Springs: Abigail Lovell, CL
Farmington: Jack Teague, CL
Fayetteville: Hannah Davis, CL, Jennifer House, CL, Courtney Schaal, CL, Stephanie Bishop, DL, Emily Lynch, DL
Springdale: Clay Patrick, CL
Fort Hays State University
Daryl Pemberton of West Fork, sophomore majoring in computer science, Danial Arthur Ryan of Fayetteville, senior majoring in psychology, and Andrew Pendergraft of Harrison, freshman majoring in political science, were named to the deans honor roll at Fort Hays State University, Kan., for the spring 2019 semester.
To be eligible, students must have completed 12 or more credit hours and have a minimum grade-point average of 3.60 for the semester.
Andrew Rickard of Fort Smith, majoring in marketing, was named to the dean's list at Miami University for the 2019 spring semester.
Miami University students who are ranked in the top 20 percent of undergraduate students within their division for second semester 2018-19 have been named to the dean's list recognizing academic performance.
Ouachita Baptist University
Ouachita Baptist University has named approximately 375 students to its spring 2019 dean's list. The students will be included in the "National Dean's List" for 2018-19.
To be named to the dean's list, a student must compile at least a 3.5 grade point average and be classified as a full-time student, with a minimum of 12 academic hours and have no incomplete or failing grade for the semester.
Alma: Garrison Jensen
Bella Vista: Allison Martin
Bentonville: Emma Pitts, Emily Siemens, Hunter Swoboda
Cedarville: Michaela Finley
Fayetteville: Adeline Boyd, Alyssa Price, Daniel Thomas, Mariel Van Horn
Fort Smith: Lindsay Gills, Lucas Riley, Matthew Ward, Jenna Whitlow
Garfield: Cedar Valdez
Harrison: Natalie Ward
Hartman: Savannah Hart
Holiday Island: Ashlynn Lockhart
Huntsville: Taylor Allen
Lamar: Holly Ritchie
Lavaca: Zack Tomlinson
Lowell: Sarah Vickers
Magazine: Sabreena Alfaro
Rogers: Erica Chapman, Andrew Lockhart, Taylor Lymburner, Sarah Rountree, Shannon Stribling
Springdale: Sarah-Ashley Bryant, David Lundstrum, Kord Offenbacker, Paige Williams, Brooke Woessner
Saint Paul: Hannah Saunders
University of Kansas
More than 5,700 undergraduate students at the University of Kansas earned honor roll distinction for the spring 2019 semester.
Stephanie Michel, Bella Vista, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Maverick Edwards, Bentonville, School of Engineering; Hollyanna Mathews, Bentonville, School of the Arts; Kelsie Collins, Fayetteville, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Claire Kirchner, Fayetteville, School of the Arts; Claire Kirchner, Fayetteville, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Collin Pilkington, Fayetteville, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Lisa Lauschke, Rogers, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Mollie Martin, Rogers, School of Journalism; Holly Schwarz, Rogers, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and School of Business; Anna Siemens, Rogers, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and School of Business; Adriana Pate, Rogers, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Jordan Rodriguez, Rogers, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences; Julianne Dillon, Springdale, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.
Utah Shakespeare Festival
Maggie Clark (BFA Wig and Makeup Design '21), of Bentonville is working as a Wig Runner for the Utah Shakespeare Festival this summer. The Utah Shakespeare Festival is a destination theater that presents life-affirming classical and contemporary plays and musicals, in rotating repertory, and interactive experiences. All of their work is intended to entertain, educate, and enrich regional and national audiences.
Wichita State University
More than 1,850 students completed degrees at Wichita State University in spring 2019.
Nathan Z. Price of Fayetteville earned a bacheclor of science in aerospace engineering, cum laude.
Brian S. Gattis of Ozark earned a master of arts in communication.
Bonnie K. Kragel or Prairie Grove earned a bachelor of arts in exercise science, cum laude.
Undergraduate students who have attained a grade point average of 3.9 out of a possible 4.0 received the summa cum laude award; those with an average of 3.55 received the magna cum laude award; and those with an average of 3.25 received the cum laude.
Wichita State University
Jonathan D. McCarty of Bentonville, Miller H. Pleimann of Fayetteville, Nathan Z. Price of Fayetteville, Bonnie K. Kragel of Prairie Grove and Ryan C. Giesen of Rogers were named to the dean's honor roll for spring 2019 at Wichita State University.
To be included on the dean's honor roll, a student must be enrolled full time (at least 12 credit hours) and earn at least a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale.
Krystal Ramos-Irizarri of Bentonville, Zachary Evers of Centerton, John Moorman of Gravette, Sandra Mondragon of Springdale were named to the spring 2019 dean's list for exemplary performance at Westminster College located in Fulton, Mo.
To be included on the dean's list, a student must have a 3.60 semester grade point average with at least 12 hours completed that semester.
The College of St. Scholastica
Stewart Ong of Bentonville graduated from The College of St. Scholastica with a doctor of physical therapy degree during the spring 2019 commencement ceremony May 12 at Amsoil Arena in Duluth, Minn.
Ryan Meyer of Bentonville was named to the president's list at Drake University, with a GPA of 3.5 or higher during the Spring 2019 semester at Drake.
To be eligible for the president's list students must have earned a perfect 4.0 GPA during the spring 2019 semester.
Rogers State University
Rogers State University has announced its president's and dean's honor rolls for the spring 2019 semester.
To qualify for the president's honor roll, students must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours with a 4.0 grade point average (no grades lower than an "A"). To qualify for the dean's honor roll, students must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours with a 3.5 grade point average (no grades lower than a "B").
Lauren Schuldt of Fayetteville, president's honor roll; Kylie McKeever of Fort Smith, president's honor roll; Sydney King of Gravette, president's honor roll; Erol Banuelos of Rogers president's honor roll; Pedro Garcia of Rogers, dean's honor roll; Audrey Maxwell of Siloam Springs, president's honor roll; Carlye Bohannan of Springdale, dean's honor roll.
Rogers State University
Lauren Elizabeth Schuldt of Fayetteville and Carlye Michelle Bohannan of Springdale earned bachelor's degrees from Rogers State University during the university's commencement ceremonies held in May.
Alexandra Gould of Fayetteville of Teagan Harris of Bentonville were named to the dean's list for the spring 2019 semester at Wheaton College (Illinois).
Central Methodist University
Over 490 Central Methodist University students graduated in May through CMU's main campus in Fayette, extended locations, and online programs.
Kailee Messersmith from Rogers who studied at CMU's main campus in Fayette earned a bachelor of science in computer science and criminal justice
Andre Wesley from Fayetteville who studied at CMU's main campus in Fayette earned a bachelor of science in interdisciplinary studies
Rockhurst University awarded nearly 700 degrees at its 99th annual commencement ceremony Saturday, May 18, at Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Mo.
Lauren Durst of Fayetteville, master of occupational therapy, occupational therapy
Suzanne Remy of Fayetteville, master of occupational therapy, occupational therapy
Jordan Shy of Fayetteville, master of occupational therapy, occupational therapy
Kimberly Ly of Harrison was recently added to the dean's list at Hamilton College in Clinton, N.Y., for the 2019 spring semester.
To be named to the dean's list, a student must have carried throughout the semester a course load of four or more graded credits with an average of 3.5 or above.
Baylor University has selected nearly 2,800 recent high school graduates as recipients of scholastic awards for the 2019-20 academic year. All of these scholarships are awarded on the basis of class rank and test scores.
Baylor's top award -- the Regents' Gold Scholarship -- provides National Merit finalists, who have indicated Baylor as their university of choice, with a full-tuition academic scholarship to Baylor for up to eight semesters of undergraduate study beginning in fall 2019. This award is augmented by the students' test scores.
Baylor also awarded students with one of four other merit scholarships based on a combination of class rank and test scores:
Reilly Hokanson of Rogers, Bentonville High School, Provost's Gold, Provost's Gold Scholarship, which provides $68,000 to $76,000 for eight semesters.
Madison Phillips of Van Buren, Van Buren High school, President's Gold, President's Gold Scholarship, which provides $80,000 to $88,000 for eight semesters.
Kristina Marie Jones of Fort Smith earned a master of business administration degree during Bethel University's (McKenzie, Tenn.) spring commencement held on May 4 in the Rosemary and Harry Crisp II Arena in McKenzie.
Knights of Columbus
Brynn Hilger, a May honor graduate of Gravette High School, received a $500 scholarship from the Knights of Columbus at St. Bernard Catholic Church in Bella Vista. Hilger also received $500 awards from the Women's Club and the Men's Club at the May 19 award ceremony. She is the daughter of Robyn and Jeremiah Hilger.
Cooper Elliott who graduated from Pea Ridge High School with honors was also presented a $500 scholarship. Elliott received this award from the Knights of Columbus in addition to a $500 award from the Women's Club at the same ceremony. He is the son of Sara and Neal Elliott.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
Elena Dolitsky of Parthenon was named to the honor roll at University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in the spring 2019
To qualify for the honor roll, a student must take at least 12 credits and earn a grade-point average (GPA) of at least 3.3 (out of a possible 4.0).
University of Arkansas
Jenn Mattone, a nurse in Critical Care at Washington Regional, recently earned a doctorate in nursing practice specializing as an adult-gerontology acute care nurse practitioner from the University of Arkansas Eleanor Mann School of Nursing. Since graduation, Mattone has joined the Washington Regional hospitalist team where she will evaluate and treat hospitalized patients.
Mattone, who has been with Washington Regional since 2013, earned a bachelor's degree in nursing from the University of Arkansas. She is a member of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, American Nurses Association and Sigma Theta Tau International.
Maryville University has named Brittney Oakley of Fayetteville to the honors list for the spring 2019 semester, with a minimum grade point average of 3.5 and no single grade below a B-.
Washington University in St. Louis
Anthony Williams of Bentonville and Jessica Wang of Fayetteville have been named to the dean's list for the spring 2019 semester at Washington University in St. Louis.
Williams is enrolled in the university's College of Arts & Sciences. Wang is enrolled in the university's Olin Business School.
To qualify for the dean's list in the Olin Business School, students must earn a semester grade point average of 3.6 or above and complete at least 14 graded units.
Rodrigo Meade of Fort Smith has been named to Oglethorpe University's spring 2019 dean's list, honoring those scholars who achieved at least a 3.50 term grade-point average while earning 12 or more semester hours.
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock announces its spring 2019 graduates. UA Little Rock honored the spring 2019 graduates during a May 11 ceremony at the Jack Stephens Center.
Local graduates include:
Shazeena Ashraf of Fort Smith, bachelor of science in mathematics
Kevin Barton of Bentonville, master of business administration in business administration
Paige Clayborn of Fayetteville, master of science in criminal justice
Zach Coats of Rogers, master of business administration in business administration
Hayden Depriest of Fort Smith, bachelor of science in biology
James Dorney of Hartman, master of science in criminal justice
Ashley Hidalgo of Springdale, bachelor of business administration in international business
Joyce Hunnicutt of Springdale, bachelor of business administration in management
Veronica Jones of Huntsville, bachelor of applied science in bachelor applied science
Audrey Kelley of Rogers, bachelor of business administration in management
Talia Lambert of Springdale, bachelor of business administration in management
Delilah Lawson of Fort Smith, master of social work in social work
Rachel Lee of Waldron, master of arts in counseling
Jessica Ley of Rogers, bachelor of arts in theater arts
Victoria McCartney of Rogers, bachelor of applied science in bachelor applied science
Taylor Meadows of Fayetteville, graduate certificate in special education k-12
Willow Moyer of Rogers, bachelor of arts in web design and development
Adam Ness of Farmington, bachelor of science in systems engineering
Jamie Norris of Ozark, associate of applied science in nursing
Kaye Pafford of Rogers, bachelor of fine arts in dance performance
Kham Phrakousonh of Van Buren, bachelor of science in electronics and computer engineering technology
Travis Plummer of Waldron, juris doctor in law
Taneya Prunty of Fayetteville, bachelor of arts in applied communication studies
Michael Ragsdale of Gentry, associate of arts in general studies
Kelsey Ratcliff of Fayetteville, bachelor of applied science in bachelor applied science
Joseph Richardson of Bella Vista, master of public service in public service
Andrea Ross of Fayetteville, master of social work in social work
Kira Shepard of Fort Smith, bachelor of arts in criminal justice
Terrika Smith of Bethel Heights, master of arts in counseling
Robert Tran of Fort Smith, associate of engineering technology in electronics and computer engineering technology
Eric Turner of Fayetteville, master of business administration in business administration
Chani Wolf of Springdale, bachelor of science in nursing
University of Arkansas at Little Rock
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock honors students who have made the dean's list for the spring 2019 semester
Local students include: Evan Alden of Springdale, Shazeena Ashraf of Fort Smith, Amber Atkinson of Delaware, Samuel Baker of Holiday Island, Dalissa Barentine of Van Buren, Ronald Boyd of Fort Smith, Lindsey Carl of Fayetteville, Pablo Centeno of Fort Smith, Tyler Davis of Fayetteville, David Dawkins of Bella Vista, Benjamin Donahue of Fort Smith, Nicholas Engel of Green Forest, Rebecca Farhat of Barling, Selena Gordon of Fort Smith, Betsy Harvel of Booneville, Dalton Harwell of Pea Ridge, Jessica Higgs of Prairie Grove, Robert Hill of Bella Vista, Sabah Ismail of Fort Smith, Hannah Krehbiel of Fort Smith, Talia Lambert of Springdale, Christopher Lewis of Fort Smith, Jessica Ley of Rogers, Katie Matthews of Bentonville, Victoria McCartney of Rogers, Cindy Monterroza of Van Buren, Willow Moyer of Rogers, Adam Ness of Farmington, Mayra Orozco of Fort Smith, Kaye Pafford of Rogers, Jacob Phelan of Farmington, Taneya Prunty of Fayetteville, Kelsey Ratcliff of Fayetteville, Marsharie Reed of Springdale, Kayle Roberts of Huntsville, Roberta Roberts of Huntsville, Madison Sander of Fayetteville, Kristi Stovall of Huntington, Namtip Thepouthay Savathvongxay of Fort Smith, Nalee Vang of New Blaine, Carrie Wiles of Springdale, Jasmine Wilhelm of Ratcliff
To be on the dean's list, UA Little Rock students must earn at least nine credit hours and maintain at least a 3.5 grade point average. The student must not have any D, F, I, or "No Credit" grades on their semester grade report.
St. Olaf College
Ruby Erickson of Fayetteville has been named to the St. Olaf College dean's list for the spring 2019 semester, with a semester grade point average of 3.75 or higher on a 4-point scale.
Lucia Rossi of Fayetteville has been named to the dean's list for the spring 2019 semester at Millikin University in Decatur, Ill.
Students who attempt 12 graded credits during a fall or spring semester and earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher earn dean's list honors.
Robert Lee of Fayetteville, Harper Whaley of Cave Springs, Madeleine Patten of Rogers, Hannah Lueders of Rogers, Alexandra Lewandowski of Springdale and Christopher Walker of Springdale were named to the dean's list at Samford University in Birmingham, Ala., for the spring 2019 semester.
To qualify for the dean's list, a student must have earned a minimum 3.5 grade point average out of a possible 4.0 while attempting at least 12 credit hours of coursework. Dean's list is the highest academic recognition given by the school at the end of each semester.
Ouachita Baptist University
These local students from Ouachita Baptist University will be included in the latest edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges.
The students were chosen by OBU's faculty, staff and the 2019 senior class based on their academic performance, leadership in extracurricular activities, community service and potential for success.
David Lundstrum, 22, is a finance and business administration/management double major from Springdale, Ark. A graduate of Shiloh Christian School, Lundstrum was named to Ouachita's Dean's List and is a Ouachita Scholars recipient. He is a member of Kappa Chi men's social club where he served as president, treasurer, athletic director and pledge class president. He also was a member of the Enactus presentation team and Ouachita Student Foundation where he served as fundraising and finance chair. Lundstrum served as a Noonday leader for Campus Ministries and as treasurer for Ouachita's Student Senate, and he volunteered with Ouachita's Tiger Serve Day. He also has worked as a management intern for Sam's Club and as a stock research analyst. Lundstrum plans to work as an operation manager trainee for J.B. Hunt Transport Services, Inc., beginning this summer.
Kord Offenbacker, 22, is a Christian studies/Christian ministries and business administration/entrepreneurship double major from Springdale, Ark. A graduate of Shiloh Christian School, Offenbacker is a member of the Ouachita Baseball Team and a beau for EEE women's social club. Offenbacker has served as a Welcome to Ouachita's World leader and as a Refuge speaker for Campus Ministries his senior year. He has volunteered with Ouachita's Tiger Serve Day, with Group Living in Arkadelphia, as a Pruet School of Christian Studies panel speaker and as a tutor at Peake Elementary School in Arkadelphia. He also has interned as a high school pastor for Second Baptist Church of Arkadelphia. Offenbacker plans to attend seminary and pursue pastoral ministry.
Emma Shortes, 22, is an accounting and finance double major from Fort Smith, Ark. A graduate of Greenwood High School, Shortes has been named to Ouachita's President's List. She is a member of EEE women's social club where she served as rush chair, treasurer and spirit leader, as well as a member of the Ary Student Investment Fund team, which earned first place honors at the national Global Asset Management Education (G.A.M.E.) Forum undergraduate competition. She also is a member of Alpha Chi national college honor society and Women in Business. Shortes also placed in the top six teams at the annual Arkansas Governor's Cup Business Plan Competition. She has served as a Welcome to Ouachita's World leader, as the BRIDGES project leader for Enactus and on the Hickingbotham Student Advisory Board. Shortes attended home group at First Baptist Church and Bible study at Second Baptist Church in Arkadelphia. She has worked as a tax intern at Turner, Rodgers, Manning & Plyer, PLLC, and as an assistant coach at Gymnastics Plus. She plans to work as a staff accountant at Hudson, Cisne & Co.
More than 700 Belmont students started their summer off by participating in one of 45 faculty-led Maymester and Summer Study Abroad programs. These short-term programs, lasting anywhere from a week to a month, are led and designed by Belmont faculty to explore one or two certain areas of study, while giving students the opportunity to travel to and discover a new place.
Heather Spradlin of Bentonville studied in Belmont's England, France and Italy program. Madison Weston of Bentonville studied in Belmont's Spain program.
Belmont University Director of Study Abroad Thandi Dinani said Belmont's culturally enriching study abroad programs enhance a student's academic experience. "Classrooms come to life as faculty take students to visit places where history took place," she said. "Whether visiting Nelson Mandela's prison cell in South Africa, walking streets where Jesus walked in Israel or studying chemistry while taking a cooking class in Italy, students see how countries, concepts and cultures have shaped history and impact their world."
National Youth Leadership Forum
Savannah Slinkard, an upcoming senior at Farmington High School, joined outstanding high school students from across the nation in the National Youth Leadership Forum (NYLF): Business Innovation, July 22-26 on the campus of Yale University in New Haven, Conn. The business forum allowed Slinkard and other high school students to kick start their careers as entrepreneurs and innovators at one of the country's premier startup programs.
Slinkard competed against other business-minded high school students in Envision's Entrepreneurial Challenge, a "shark tank" experience. The startup-style Entrepreneurial Challenge took participants along the journey from product idea to launch, tackling challenges and critical decisions.
Slinkard, 16, recently helped launch PigPin, a monthly subscription service for lapel pins. She has played tennis at Farmington High School and is very involved in DECA, an organization focused on preparing future business leaders. She competed in her first Arkansas State DECA Conference earlier this year in Little Rock, placing second in the "independent business plan" category qualifying her for DECAS's International Career Development Conference in Orlando, Fla., in April. She is the daughter of Cliff and Niki Slinkard.
University of Utah
Keegan Stanton of Bentonville graduated from the University of Utah on May 2.
Stanton was among the 8,465 graduates who were honored during the university's 150th general commencement ceremony.
University of Minnesota
Shubhanakar Dharmadhikari of Bentonville, a senior in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, was named to the 2019 spring semester dean's list, with 12 or more letter-graded credits while attaining a 3.66 grade point average.
Katie Weers of Eureka Springs earned a bachelor of music degree in violin music performance from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wis., in a recent commencement ceremony on the Main Hall green.
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Blakely Carlton Mayhall of Lowell received a bachelor of science degree in aerospace engineering, summa cum laude, during commencement ceremonies held May 17-18 at Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla.
The highest honor, summa cum laude, is awarded to students who have earned a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.8 or above on a 4.0 scale for all courses counting toward the degree.
Fort Hays State University
Three area students graduated from Fort Hays State University, Hays, Kan., in the spring 2019 semester.
Molly Elizabeth Berry of Springdale graduated with a master of science in instructional technology.
Rachel Lea McKee of Rogers graduated with a bachelor of business administration in marketing.
Scott Marquis Pendergraft of Harrison graduated with a bachelor of arts in political science.
University of Central Arkansas
The University of Central Arkansas has selected 75 incoming first-year students as Honors Scholars and 30 incoming first-year students as University Scholars for the fall semester.
The students entering the UCA Norbert O. Schedler Honors College in Conway have an average high school grade-point average above 4.0 and an average ACT college-entrance exam score of 29.
The incoming Honors College class includes 68 students from Arkansas and seven students from out of state. Some of them -- about a quarter of the group -- are the first in their families to go to college.
The University Scholars class includes 26 students from 23 Arkansas cities and four students from out of state.
University Scholars, which is in its second year, is an honors program that operates alongside the 37-year-old Norbert O. Schedler Honors College.
UCA received nearly 900 applicants for the two scholars programs. Candidates were considered based on academic performance, service and leadership potential.
The names and hometowns of each student, followed by their high school name, are as follows:
Caden Darby, Bentonville, Life Way Christian School
Brianna Frawley, Fort Smith, Southside High School
Thomas Gray, Springdale, Springdale High School
Ashley Hansen, Bella Vista, Pea Ridge High School
Zachary Humphrey, Alpena, Alpena High School
Vivian Norris, Fayetteville, Fayetteville High School
Kathryn Pearson, Fort Smith, Northside High School
Mikelle Porter, Van Buren, Van Buren High School
Kayla Roat, Bentonville, Bentonville High School
Jennifer Self, Bentonville, Arkansas Arts Academy High School
Allison Shook, Rogers, Rogers Heritage High School
Lauren Sights, Greenwood, Greenwood High School
Cameron Triplett, Fort Smith, Northside High School
Terry Uhm, Fort Smith, Southside High School
Delaney Van Wilpe, Rogers, Rogers Heritage High School
Noah Walker, Hackett, Greenwood High School
McKennah West, Ratcliff, Ozark High School
Makenzie White, Fayetteville, Har-Ber High School
Sarah Withers, Berryville, Berryville High School
Harrison David, Rogers, Rogers Heritage High School
Sian Fox, Bentonville, Bentonville West High School
Haylee Hawbaker, Siloam Springs, Siloam Springs High School
Autumn Kennedy, Springdale, Shiloh Christian School
Delwin Portillo, Berryville, Berryville High School
Stella Radke, Ozark, Ozark High School
James Youngs, Rogers, Rogers Heritage High School
NAN Our Town on 08/08/2019
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