High School Students Accepted Into Honors Program

TAHLEQUAH –Twenty-two students were recently accepted into the Northeastern State University Honors Program.

The Honors Program was started in 2001 and is under the direction of Karen Carey. The program is a challenging educational option for academically talented students who enjoy learning. Honors students work with distinguished faculty members and peers in enhanced courses, pursue independent research and participate in co-curricular cultural experiences.

The Honors Program was started in 2001 and is under the direction of Karen Carey. The program is a challenging educational option for academically talented students who enjoy learning. Honors students work with distinguished faculty members and peers in enhanced courses, pursue independent research and participate in co-curricular cultural experiences.

Students selected for the Honors Program must have an ACT of 30 or higher with a GPA of 3.5 or higher, ACT of 29 with a GPA of 3.65 or higher, or ACT of 28 with a GPA of 3.8 or higher. Other requirements include high school class ranking within upper 10 percent and an essay for the Honors Program Committee.

The new inductees include:

Arkansas

Lincoln
Maegan Huffman

Oklahoma

Adair
Summer Bingham

Bixby

Christina Lacy

Broken Arrow

Brett James

Broken Bow

Kristin Highful

Claremore

Tara Buck

Coweta

Jacob Poplin

Glenpool

Alex Goode

Mannford

Kyle Ripley

Miami

Roman Bass
Karen Fuhrmeister
Nick Highsmith

Muskogee

Sarah Aukerman
Ryan Smith

Oklahoma City

Karissa Young-Gibson

Oktaha

William Bright

Owasso

Katherine Thompson

Tahlequah

Cassandra Carter
Jonathan Janzen

Vinita

Jennifer Williams

Warner

Stephen Ashmore

Wilberton

Parker Richey

4/11/2008

 
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