DHS Texas Scholars celebrate success


Denison High School’s 2019 Texas Scholars gathered with school and community leaders at Loy Park’s Mayor Arena in mid-April to celebrate an important academic achievement: the successful completion of the more rigorous high school curriculum as recommended by the State of Texas. Sponsored and hosted annually by the Denison Education Foundation and the Denison Chamber of Commerce, school officials presented the 136 Texas Scholars with medals recognizing their accomplishments. They also commended them for choosing to take the tougher courses, and working hard to complete them.

“We are all tremendously proud of your achievements, we thank you for your hard work, determination and dedication…and we encourage each of you to continue down this path of excellence,” said DHS Principal Dr. Cavin Boettger. “We challenge you to continue to make good choices, to take the high road and the paths less traveled…with the goal of accomplishing great things and reaching your full potential in everything you do. In the end, our communities and the world will be better places because of you.”

The DHS Class of 2019 Texas Scholars are: Michael Abbott, Mackenzie Addington, Quintan Allen, Aubree Anderson, Nathan Ascher, James Barker, III, Emmy Barrett, Juan Barrientos, Omarai Barron, Zachary Bellows, Hannah Bilderback, Alicia Bingham, Grace Blood, Mary Bolen, Jaydynn Branum, Adriana Brown, Baley Brown, Miranda Brown, Kelsi Burkett, Gavin Calhoun, Tyler Capehart, Laryn Casaus, Macey Cheatham, Mackenzie Coffin, Katelyn Coley, Dalton Colopietra, Kerina Colvin, Kinzy Cork, Alexander Courtright, Avery Crawley, William Craze, Christopher Cripe, Zoe Crisler, Kelton Davis, Madison Deen, Haley Earnhart, Caleb England, Alexandra Evans, Cameron Fallon, Madeline Fisher, Shelby Flatt, Brendan Frazier, Stephen Fulenchek, III, Lorin Gann, Ikia Garza, Tristan Gass, Alexis Gomez, Axel Gonzalez, Cade Gordy, Jordan Greenway, Shaylee Gregory, Lauren Griffitt, Ryan Gunter, Zaycia Guthrie, Avery Hall, Taylor Harwell, Tessa Heaton, Sean Heglund, Brittany Hicks, Hannah Hilleman, Cara Hubbard, Chloe Huntoon, Hamza Javed, Lydia Jeter, Juan Jiminez, Jr., Emily Joie, Jessica Juarez, Hannah Kelley, Allan Kinghorn, Mitchell Kisel, Shelby LaRowe, Samantha LaRue, Jenna Lawrence, Jason Lewis, Shayla Love, Jaida Luper, Tylasia Lusane, Moises Mandujano, Jami Maresh, Nathanial Maulsby, Garrett Maxwell, Rhett May, Kaleb McAlester, James McInnis, Maggie McLaren, Christian McNealy, Tristen Medina, Andres Menjivar, Keyla Montes, Mary Ann Moody, Nicholas Moreno, Daniel Moya-Carpio, Andru Myers, William Myers, III, Xavier Nambo, Zya Nugent, Bryan Parnell, Jaden Petty, Alexander Pierce, Sarah Prindle, Daniela Quinones, Robyn Ramsey, Taylor Rathfon, Emory Redwine, Peyton Reed, Jaden Renshaw, Ryan Riddle, Colby Roberts, Logan Roberts, Kyrion Rosser, Taylla Rucker, Christian Ruebeck, Brandon Salado, Ailyn Sanchez, Jaxon Schwichtenberg, Damien Sheppard, Alexis Smith, Zachareia Sommers, Chad Stewart, Christopher Stewart, Bailey Stone, Caitlyn Stowers, Caitlyn Strandlien, Ricxielly Tellez, Casey Thompson, Mollie Thompson, Mary Thornton, Christine Trites, James Turean, Trenton Walker, Cobin Walters, Shelby Walton, Bailey Weda, Chester Wilson, III, Corey Wilson and Rustin Workman.

Dr. Cavin Boettger, DHS Principal, presented Texas Scholars medals to 136 graduating DHS seniors who have successfully completed a more rigorous high school curriculum as recommended by the State of Texas. The occasion: the annual Texas Scholars picnic at Loy Park’s Mayor Arena.

Denison High School’s Texas Scholars honorees line up to receive their Texas Scholars medals from school officials, following a picnic and honor ceremony recognizing them for successfully completing the tougher course schedule recommended by the State of Texas.

Denison ISD’s recent Texas Scholars Picnic at Loy Park’s Mayor Arena, sponsored annually by the Denison Education Foundation and the Denison Chamber of Commerce, honors graduating seniors who have successfully completed a more rigorous high school curriculum recommended by the State of Texas.

A happy group of Texas Scholars honorees enjoyed cookies and a photo-op following a hamburger cookout at the 2019 Texas Scholars picnic at Loy Park’s Mayor Arena. “We are all tremendously proud of your achievements, we thank you for your hard work, determination and dedication…and we encourage each of you to continue down this path of excellence,” said DHS Principal Dr. Cavin Boettger.

Denison High School’s 2019 Texas Scholars eagerly awaited the presentation of medals at this year’s Texas Scholars picnic at Loy Park’s Mayor Arena. The annual event, sponsored by the Denison Chamber of Commerce and the Denison Education, honors graduating seniors who have successfully completed a more rigorous course schedule throughout high school, according to recommendations established by the State of Texas.

#TeamDenison was the theme at this year’s Texas Scholars Picnic at Loy Park’s Mayor Arena in mid-April. The event, sponsored annually by the Denison Education Foundation and the Denison Chamber of Commerce, honors and recognizes graduating seniors who have successfully completed a tougher course schedule recommended by the State of Texas.


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